2014 Jeep Wrangler
2014 Jeep Wrangler Custom
- 3.6L Turbocharged 6 Cylinder
- 58k Miles
- White Over Black Interior
- Black 20" Fuel Wheels
- Magna Flow Exhaust
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“…the Wrangler remains the most maneuverable and trail-capable vehicle from a showroom, and will go places most owners don't dare drive.” -NewCarTestDrive internet magazine, February 2014
The NewCarTestDrive writers went on to make a suggestion to potential Wrangler purchasers “…if you buy a Wrangler for highway cruising, you've missed the point. Indeed, they will travel the Interstate with a modicum of comfort and civility, but that's not what they're built for. Wranglers are better suited to all-weather urban runabouts, for folks living on a beach or off the grid or beaten path, or for those whose idea of a freeway is a fast section of dry wash or graded dirt run.” The 2014 Wrangler Sahara's list of equipment included embroidered cloth seats, Alpine sound system with SiriusXM radio, keyless entry, power windows and door locks, 115-volt power outlet, cruise control, security system, fender flares, upgraded suspension, Sunrider top, tubular side steps, heated power mirrors and P255/70R18 tires on painted aluminum wheels.
The white-on-black 2014 Wrangler Sara offered here is no “base Wrangler.” Hardly. This even more off-road-capable adventure vehicle includes a host of highly desirable (and high quality) enhancements--all installed within the past 12 months--including: 20-inch Fuel Wheels w/ 37x12.50r20 Mickey Thompson ATZ Tires • Poison Spyder front bumper with integrated fog lights, push bar, and winch mount, front skid plate • Poison Spyder rear bumper with auxiliary lights • Poison Spyder heavy-duty spare tire mount • Poison Spyder mesh front fender liners • Poison Spyder flat fenders front and • Warn SRv8 Winch with Remote • Power running boards • ARB air compressor • trunk- mounted subwoofer • Ultimate dana 44 front with e- • Prodigy turbo system • Magnaflow exhaust system • Bestop 54723-35 • Supertop NX Soft Top with Tinted Windows (uninstalled in box) • Teraflex long arm suspension • Fox reservoir shocks • Custom paint to match armor • Amp power steps • Rigid Industries led off-road lights • S-Pod wiring • Brand New Turbo - adds 150HP • Brand New Front Axle
Driven just over 58,000 miles since new—roughly 8,300 per-year on average, or about half of what's considered normal mileage—the 4-door Wrangler has been well-maintained, as verified by Carfax, and never damaged or involved in an accident. The vehicle's exterior—with all its added equipment—has an aggressive, but not wildly over-the-top look. The white body paint retains its factory shine, free of scrapes or dents (even parking-lot dents perhaps because its don't-mess-with-me look causes the drivers of cars parked nearby to be extra-careful). Much of the added equipment—notably the off-road tires and black wheels, light bar, front bumper guard, and raised suspension—adds to the “serious off-roader” vibe. Who else would mount a 20-inch spare tire on the back swing-out carrier?
The Wrangler's interior shows off all the features mentioned earlier. Interior surfaces—including the black, leather-upholstered seating, dashboard, switchgear, and door trim—all retain a nearly new condition. Handsome black cabin carpeting is protected with WeatherTech-type floor trays in front and back (this addition speaks to the meticulous care given the vehicle by both its prior owners). The cabin also features roll-over protection.
Under the hood, the 4-valve 3.6-liter V6 (rated at 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque), added auxiliary air compressor, and high-flow turbo air intake all fit nicely in a very clean and well-organized engine bay. Viewed from below, the undercarriage is not only extremely clean, it also nicely showcases the impressive upgraded suspension geometry and related equipment upgrades.
The Wrangler's factory data tags all remain in place. All the original owner literature (including the canvas Jeep-branded keeper pouch) is included in the sale. Documentation for the more than $40,000 worth of added equipment is also available.
While the more than 180 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this '14 Jeep Wrangler 4-door in great detail, we encourage in-person inspections by interested parties or their representatives at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance, or get in touch by phone or email if you have any questions. Our showroom is not open to the public.
It can be difficult to find a well-kept Wrangler. To find one with anywhere near the number of added features and capabilities seen here is extremely rare. And to find all that in such pristine condition? Well, think “unicorn.” The next owner of this off-road master-stroke is in for the ride of their life.