Jeep JKU Wrangler
|Date of Manufacture:||200901|
|For Sale by:||Private Seller|
|Type of Title:||Clear (most titles)|
|Colour:||Red Rock Crystal|
|Engine Size (litre):||2.8|
|Date of 1st Registration:||20090101|
2009 Jeep Wrangler 4 door. Has been with us since new, we know every little detail about this rig.
All the factory options as listed:Off road group - this was the factory rear diff lock and the side steps. Electronic sway bar disconnect too. Renegade pack - this was the upgraded stereo. Has a pretty decent factory stereo - touch screen, sat nav, HDD (store your songs on the unit), and a sub in the back.
Bits we've added:Colour coded flares - these were black from the factory in 2009, we got ours done at pick up when new.Snorkel2 inch old man emu lift (springs and shocks)Lifted diff breathersOn board compressor (under passenger seat)On board second battery (under back seat passenger side)Front air lockerWinchBull bar - colour codedDP Chip (we didn't go for the GDE tune as too many were getting blown up engines from it)40 channel UHF (has extra channels to program in a few extra frequencies)12v socket in the backTow barAnderson plugBrake controller for trailer brakes33 inch tyres (about 70% tread left)Removed rear muffler to take weight off the back. No this does not make it loud, you can barely notice the difference.
We've serviced this every 10,000 klms. It's been part of the family and we'll be sorry to see it go, but it is no longer being driven and I bought a new bike so need to pay for it. This rig used to pull our camper trailer to camp spots.
Interior is in really good condition, seats are still like new front and back. Stereo is still strong. Air con was regassed about 3 months ago and blows cold.
Bad points:Paint is fading a little on the colour coded guards. it's the clear coat fading.There are some scratches in the side paint from bush work. This car was used for 4wding and camping, pretty sure the list of mods tells you it was set up to do this with confidence.The larger spare on the tailgate makes for a tailgate rattle on some larger bumps but we just turn the stereo up to make it fade out. Electronic sway bar disconnect failed so I went to a manual disconnect.
It's had the timing belt done at 100k.One of the turbo hoses has been replaced, and I have the other hose in case it goes (not sure if I have the upper or lower but I got the pair).We have a spare serpentine belt and some filters.
I've noted I'm selling it without a roadworthy, as it would be easier for the buyer to sort with your preferred Road inspection company I would think. Nothing I'm aware of that's wrong with it however. I can arrange a roadworthy at buyers expense if required.
For a very reliable, very capable vehicle, it represents great value at $21,000.