Used Jeep Wrangler cars for sale

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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 Diesel 2DR - Chelsea Truck Company CJ300 Black Hawk Auto

£54,995
2017(17)
£1,037.51 per month
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  • 50
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Sahara Unlimited Station Wagon 4x4 5dr Auto

£31,994
2014(64)
£595.55 per month
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  • 12,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Ultimate 2dr Auto

£16,995
2010(10)
£335.75 per month
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  • 69,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

CRD SPORT UNLIMITED Automatic 4-Door

 
£19,499
2010(60)
£388.31 per month
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  • 36,668
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Overland 2dr Auto && THE ICONIC 4X4 &&

£23,999
2014(07)
£482.77 per month
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  • 14,071
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

Sahara 2.8 Diesel 2DR - Chelsea Truck Company CJ Auto

£39,995
2017(17)
£749.29 per month
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  • 50
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Sahara Unlimited 4dr Auto

 
£14,500
2008(08)
£283.38 per month
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  • 50,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 Diesel 2DR - Chelsea Truck Company CJ300 Black Hawk Auto

£54,995
2017(17)
£1,037.51 per month
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  • 50
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
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Jeep Wrangler

Sahara 2.8 Diesel 4DR - Chelsea Truck Company Black Hawk Auto

£54,995
2016(16)
£1,037.51 per month
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  • 11,699
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

RAREST CAR IN STOCK !!! Auto

 
£30,995
2015(65)
£576.35 per month
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  • 10,495
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Overland 2dr Auto

£37,798
£707.07 per month
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  • 1
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Sport Unlimited 4dr

£15,000
2009(02)
£293.87 per month
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  • 58,241
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 CRD Sahara Hard Top 4x4 2dr Auto

£35,000
2015(15)
£653.31 per month
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  • 5,000
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

2.8 SAHARA UNLIMITED 4d AUTO 175 BHP 4-Door

£10,990
2008(M)
£209.70 per month
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  • 120,843
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Jeep Wrangler

Sahara 2.8 Diesel 4DR - Chelsea Truck Company CJ Auto

£42,995
2017(17)
£806.93 per month
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  • 50
  • Automatic
  • Diesel
  • 2.8L
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Used Jeep Wrangler

Background

When you say the word Jeep, a Wrangler is what most people will think of. It has a direct ancestry going all the way back to the World War II workhorse by way of John Wayne, Daisy Duke and numerous other TV and movie roles.
Imports of the Jeep Wrangler have been rather hit and miss. Many older cars may well be grey imports brought in by individuals. The car was sold officially in the UK from 1993 as a 2.5-litre, four-cylinder petrol with manual gears and 4.0-litre, six-cylinder petrols which are mainly autos but there are 5-speed manuals. 1997 saw round headlamps replace square ones and coil springs in place of the earlier leafs.
A new and improved version was launched in 2007 with a 2.8-litre diesel in manual and automatic forms and a 3.8 petrol as an auto only. 
 
Bang for your buck
 
Trim levels on the earlier cars were Sport and Sahara, the latter having a removable hard top which makes more sense in the British climate. A special edition Renegade in 2005 had 15-inch alloy wheels and a seven-speaker sound system. All have removable doors and fold down windscreen if you want to pretend you're storming the Normandy beaches.
From 2007 Jeep Wrangler models retain Sport and Sahara trim for the diesels and Rubicon for the one petrol version. There's also a long wheelbase Unlimited version available. These newer cars have the Freedom Top which features removable roof panels over the front seats that can be stored in the vehicle and a rear section that can be unbolted and left at home, you can still take off the doors and fold the screen when you're on manoeuvres.
 
What you'll pay
 
Prices vary depending on spec and mileage so you can find wide variations. A 1997 R plate 4.0-litre Sahara will be around £5000 but you can pick up a 2000 W 2.5 Sport soft top for under £4,000. A 2008 (57) 4.0-litre soft top will be around £9,000, a diesel hard top of similar age will be closer to £12,000. A nearly new hard top diesel auto on a 62 plate will be around £25,000.
 
What to check
 
These are tough cars and serious off-roaders so check for damage to the wheels and suspension. Check the steering for excess play and look for oil leaks. Transmission whine may mean you need a new differential. Inspect soft tops for rips and tears and check the rear window for scratches and fogging. Hard tops can warp if left off the car in the sun so remove and refit it to check. Newer models were recalled in 2010 and 2011 for problems with brakes and air bags.
 
Parts
 
Parts for Jeep Wranglers aren't cheap, a full exhaust will set you back around £700 including cat, a clutch is about £280. A radiator is £360 and an alternator £320. Those retro-look round headlights are about £280 a unit.
 
How it drives
 
There's no middle ground with a Wrangler, it's a car you'll either love or hate. On the road it's noisy with lots of tyre roar and a hard, bouncy ride. Handling isn't great and the steering is vague. Soft tops flap and hard tops set up a resonance at motorway speeds. Fuel consumption is high, you won't do much better than 39 mpg even from a diesel thanks to the brick-like aerodynamics.
 
The interior is spartan and the plastics low quality. It's also high and female drivers and passengers may struggle to make a dignified exit. However, if you buy into the Wrangler's image you won't care about any of these things you'll just revel in its unique style.
If you need a serious off-road car then the Wrangler is a different animal. Nothing other than a Land Rover comes close to its ability – remember the Jeep is an original, the Land Rover was a copy. Live front and rear axles and high ground clearance means that the Wrangler can go places that ought to be impossible on four wheels.
 
Forget about the Wrangler as practical everyday transport. Think of it as a big-boy's toy for use at weekends like a jet-ski or a mountain bike, wear your jeans, buy a cowboy hat and have fun.

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