2690 Crater Lake Hwy Medford, OR 97504 541-973-2070
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  • 4WD 2dr X
  • Black
  • Leather
  • V6 Cylinder Engine
  • 6 Speed
  • 4WD
  • 64,800
  • 6192
  • 1J4FA24167L128543

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2690 Crater Lake Hwy

Medford, OR 97504

541-326-2723

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The Jeep Wrangler is something like a Harley-Davidson. It's an anachronism, and should probably be a dinosaur, but no, it's still popular because it fills a need like no other vehicle. Despite its inherent design limitations (we won't call them flaws), primarily balance and storage, the Wrangler delivers inimitable fun. Challengers have not been able to steal from the allure of the Jeep. The dynasty lives on.

Jeep engineers have kept the momentum rolling by making timely improvements. Model year 2007 brings an all-new Jeep Wrangler that (no surprise) looks just like the old Jeep, whatever “old” Jeep you might be talking about. Can you name one vehicle (besides the Harley) that has changed its looks less, in 60 years?

In 2007, Jeep introduces its first four-door, using the name Unlimited from last year's stretched two-door. You might wonder what took them so long. It's a perfect fit for the times. It doesn't change or pervert the character of Wrangler at all, it just makes the vehicle more attainable, and more desirable for many. It's much more comfortable and convenient, and holds way more stuff, including happy passengers.

Maybe best of all, a lot more content has been added, especially in the areas of comfort, safety and convenience; and there has been an average price reduction of $1200 down the line.

Each of the six models of the Wrangler uses the same new engine, a 3.8-liter V6 making 12 more horsepower than the previous trusty inline-6 that's been around for more than 20 years. It has the same peak torque but at a higher range, and that detracts some from the Wrangler's uphill performance; but gas mileage is about the same, at 16 city and 19 highway for the 4×4. The standard transmission is a six-speed manual, which fits the Wrangler's personality quite well; the optional four-speed automatic overdrive is for those who appreciate convenience more than aesthetics.

Model Lineup

The all-new 2007 Jeep Wrangler is available as the Wrangler X, Sahara and Rubicon. The four-door Wrangler Unlimited also comes as an X, Sahara or Rubicon. All come with the new 3.8-liter V6 engine with 198 horsepower, the six-speed manual transmission and four-wheel disc brakes with ABS. A four-speed automatic transmission ($825) is optional.

The Wrangler X ($18,105) comes with the basic soft top, theft deterrent system, 16-inch steel wheels, rear folding seat, locking glove box, 12-volt auxiliary power outlet, tilt steering wheel, and six-speaker sound system with MP3 input.

Options include the versatile Sunrider soft top ($250), a new three-piece modular hard top ($945), air conditioning, Sirius Satellite Radio, six-disc DVD player with MP3 outlet, 368-watt Infinity sound system, remote entry and power locks and windows, and, for the first time in a Wrangler, power windows and locks with remote entry. There are also a Dana 44 rear axle, Trak-Lok anti-spin differential, 16- or 17-inch aluminum wheels, electronic front sway bar disconnect, trailer tow group, tow hooks, engine block heater, and locking fuel filler cap.

The Sahara ($19,345) is the premium model in the lineup, and adds the Sunrider top, the electronic stability program, electronic roll mitigation, 17-inch aluminum wheels with Goodyear Wrangler tires, body-colored fender flares, tubular side steps, heavy-duty suspension, tinted windows, cruise control, foglamps, tow hooks, and the Infinity sound system. Options include all the X options, 18-inch aluminum wheels, and an infotainment system with navigation, using a 20-gigabyte hard drive and DVD video-audio capability of storing 150 hours of music or probably a zillion photos.

The Rubicon ($26,090) is the model for serious off-roading. To the Sahara, it adds the disconnecting front sway bar, Rock-Trac part-time transfer case with 4:1 low range, Dana 44 front and rear axles, Tru-lok locking front and rear differential, 4.10 axle ratio, rock rails, and 32-inch B.F.Goodrich Mud Terrain tires on 17-inch aluminum rims.

The four-door Unlimited X comes with either two-wheel drive ($19,750) or four-wheel drive ($21,750). Standard equipment includes all that the two-door X offers, plus a Dana 44 rear axle, 23-gallon fuel tank, air conditioning, 60/40 split rear seat, full-length floor console and colored fender flares. It offers all the options as the two-door X and two-door Sahara, plus seat-mounted side air bags.

The Unlimited Sahara two-wheel drive ($24,075) and four-wheel drive ($26,075) is equipped like the two-door Sahara, except its power doors and windows are standard.

The Unlimited Rubicon ($28,235) might be considered the ultimate family 4X4, and for $28,895 it will carry four people where any Land Rover or Hummer can go, for about half the price.

Standard safety features include side impact door beams, anti-lock brakes and an energy-absorbing steering column. The Sahara models offer electronic stability and electronic roll mitigation. Seat-mounted front side air bags are optional with some models.

Walkaround

Naturally, the new Wrangler looks just like a Jeep; the redesign for 2007 didn't mess with the classic round headlamps, seven-slot grille or upright fold-down windshield, although the windshield is slightly curved, for the first time on a Jeep, for better aerodynamics and reduced wind noise. Only a Jeep aficionado will be able to tell the all-new '07 Wrangler from the '06, but there are ways.

Identifying a new Wrangler Unlimited is easy: Just count the doors.

Although the wheelbase of the '07 Wrangler has been stretched by 2 inches, the vehicle is 2.6 inches shorter overall, thanks to reduced overhangs and new bumpers. And it's 5.5 inches wider, with a 3.4-inch wider track. Jeep says it's “dramatically brawnier,” but we'd say that's a dramatic statement. The sheetmetal is new, with a slight crown. The halogen headlamps are brighter, and the new front bumper has integrated fog lamps near its center. For the first time, there are step assists under the doors to make climbing up into the Jeep easier, and the tail lamps are new. The fender flares are bolted on, so they can be easily taken off and replaced with cooler aftermarket flares. The bumpers, step assists and fender flares are all sturdy, flat-black plastic on the X.

The standard soft top is improved for easier removal and installation. The Sunrider soft top slides back half way, like a huge sunroof over the front seats. The new optional three-piece modular hardtop (Freedom Top) has two front panels that easily pop on and off like a T-top, and are stored behind the rear seat. The third panel over the rear seat can be removed separately and stored in the garage. The Freedom Top yields a total of six open-air possibilities.

Under the body, there's a new boxed frame that's 100 percent stiffer in bending and 50 percent stiffer in twisting, with seven cross members. This helps in crash results, and enabled a new suspension: steering geometry, shock absorbers, springs and control arms are all different. Wide spaced frame rails cradle the fuel tank between the wheels. Three skid plates protect the fuel tank, transfer case and automatic transmission oil pan.

Interior Features

The 2007 Jeep Wrangler two-door is a lot roomier inside than pre-2007 models, thanks to its increased width. The comfortable new high-back front seats, using a handsome stain-resistant gray or khaki-colored fabric in the Sahara and Rubicon, offer 5.1 inches more shoulder room and 4.6 inches more hip room. The removable rear seat provides 3.9 inches more shoulder room, 1.6 inches more hip room and 1 inch more leg room for each of the two passengers. There's also 2 more inches behind the rear seat, which now folds to provide nearly twice the cargo capacity as before.

The cabin is 20 percent quieter, thanks to better isolation from new body mounts, extensive use of something called PCL (polymer constraint layer), and new seals at the doors, along the A-pillar, and at the top of the windshield.

As for the larger Unlimited, Jeep claims that its 86.7 cubic feet of cargo space with the rear seat folded flat (the headrests flip back, so they don't need to be removed) is more than the Toyota FJ Cruiser, Hummer H3 or Nissan Xterra. In the rear seat, the Unlimited offers 1.6 more inches of leg room and a whopping 12 inches more hip room. That huge difference is because in the regular Wrangler, the rear passengers sit directly over the axle and between the wheel wells; in the Unlimited, the axle is located behind them. Think about how much that improves the ride for those passengers.

The layout of the clean instrument panel is excellent, against a background of dull (neither flat nor gloss) black plastic. The instruments, including the optional compass and temperature gauges, are easy to read, and the controls are soothingly simple. The solid square buttons look good and are easy to understand and operate. There's a nice leather-wrapped four-spoke steering wheel, with a short cruise-control stalk that's out of the way on the right side.

Our Sahara was equipped with the 368-watt Infinity sound system with Sirius Satellite Radio, and we bought a couple new CDs for the occasion, happily blasting ourselves with the new Bob Dylan. Seven speakers, including subwoofer, is a whole lot of speakers for the cabin of a Jeep, and we think this is a good thing. Located under the sound system controls are big climate control knobs, with buttons for the new power windows above that. (Power windows in a Jeep!)

Between the seats are the shift lever and short four-wheel-drive lever, two cupholders and emergency brake, and a console that's wide and deep, if not long. The locking glove box is about one-third larger than before, and there's a convenient grab handle above it. This is a Jeep, after all, so the grab handle will be used in the bouncy bits.

Our Sahara had the modular Freedom Top, and we tried out all its positions on a gorgeous drive all around Lake Tahoe on a cloudless day, and then for a couple days in San Francisco. The vinyl pieces above each passenger easily lift off after twisting a fastener, and a larger section over the rear seat can also be removed although not stored in the vehicle.

The only problem was that we couldn't store anything else behind the rear seat, with the two roof panels there. Actually, we couldn't get four carry-on-sized bags behind the rear seat, even without the panels. And watch out for the rear glass; it rises on its own, and will whack you on the chin (or forehead, or nose) if you forget to step back.



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Vehicle Options

  • (6) speakers
  • 160-amp alternator
  • 3.21 axle ratio
  • 3.8L OHV 12-valve SMPI V6 engine
  • 4-wheel disc brakes w/hydraulic assist brake boost
  • 600-CCA maintenance free battery
  • Accent color fender flares
  • Aux 12-volt pwr outlet
  • Black front bumper
  • Body-color grille
  • Cargo compartment covered storage
  • Command-Trac shift on the fly 4WD system
  • Driver & front passenger advanced multi-stage airbags
  • Dual sun visors
  • Easy-access passenger seat
  • Front door light tinted glass
  • Front/rear stabilizer bars
  • Fuel tank skid plate
  • Full size spare tire w/matching wheel
  • Glove box w/lock
  • Halogen headlamps
  • Instrumentation-inc: 100 MPH speedometer- tachometer
  • Mini floor console
  • Next generation Dana 30 solid front axle
  • Next generation Dana 44 HD rear axle
  • Occupant classification system
  • Pwr recirculating ball steering
  • Rear folding seat
  • Sentry Key theft deterrent system
  • Sport bar w/full padding
  • Swing-away mirrors
  • Tilt steering column
  • Tinted sunscreen glass
  • Trail Rated badge
  • Transfer case skid plate
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers
  • Condition Report


    Mechanical Condition
    Body: Very Good
    Electrical: Very Good
    Brakes: Very Good
    Tires: Very Good
    Engine: Very Good
    Suspension: Very Good
    Paint: Very Good
    Transmission: Very Good
    Interior: Very Good
    Exhaust: Very Good
    Cosmetic Condition
    Cleanliness: Extra Clean
    Odor: No Odor
    Dings:
    Dents:
    Paint Chips:
    Windshield Chips:
    Vehicle Condition
    Title Status: Clean
    Vehicle Rating: Extra Clean
    Vehicle History: No Accidents

    Warranty


    Type: Bumper-to-Bumper
    Term: 30 Days
    Miles: 1,000
    Warranty Description: Extended comprehensive warranty available upon request

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