Exceptionally low-mile, excellent condition top-of-the-line Sahara; original MSRP on this model was 18% higher than the next model. Four brand new tires. Impeccably maintained and always garaged by long-time customer of ours. Available at our wholesale cost is a 5 year/100,000 additional mile powertrain warranty for $1,550.
Mid-year 2000 Jeep re-engineered the 4.0-liter PowerTech inline 6-cylinder; it is more refined and quiet, and has reduced emissions. The ABS system was also upgraded and intermittent windshield wipers were now standard.
This is a great urban vehicle: its petite size and tight turning radius (32.8 feet) make it a blast to maneuver and park. And it's just waiting to perform on snow trips - or take off the hardtop and the doors when the temperature climbs and yahoo! The Wrangler is fun to drive, cheap, and a terrific multipurpose tool. Its performance off-road is unmatchable. The Wrangler's Quadra-Coil suspension allows an additional 7 inches of articulation over the old leaf-spring setup, thus resulting in increased approach and departure angles. And the abundance of aftermarket parts to modify the Wrangler make it enormously popular with the rock-crawling crowd.
Equipped with: Rear Window Defroster, Side Steps, Fog Lights, Hardtop Roof (anybody who's owned a soft top Jeep knows the value of this), Limited Slip Differential, Alloy Wheels, 4-Wheel ABS, Tilt Steering Wheel, Leather Steering Wheel Trim, Air Conditioning, Intermittent Windshield Wipers, Privacy Glass, Rear Window Wiper, and AM/FM/CD 4-speaker Audio System.
Wrangler remains an icon, a symbol of go-anywhere adventure. Although it's been re-engineered at least a half-dozen times over the past 60 years, the Wrangler is still as close as you can get to a direct descendant of the World War II-era Jeep. The TJ model series (1997-2006) is considered by many to be the last real Jeep. TJ values have not declined for about ten years and some low-mile examples like this one have actually appreciated. The straight-6 engine is especially long-lived.
Manheim Dealer Auctions (largest in the world with the largest data base anywhere) says this Jeep has a retail value, based on advertised prices, of $14,650.
Within 8 Western states there are only three 2001 Saharas currently offered for sale: average miles 122,000, average price $14,500. We offer this Jeep at $14,900.
This is a must-see vehicle. You won't likely find one in better condition for anywhere near the price - especially when you factor the in the warranty offered. NOTE: vehicle just arrived and not washed or detailed.
Engine: 4.0L I6 OHV 12V FI Engine, 190 HP, Torque: 235 ft-lbs. torque
Transmission: 3-speed automatic w/overdrive
Colors: Black with Black Hardtop + Black Soft Top, 2-tone Forest Green/Tan cloth interior
Odometer: 64,500 miles
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