With a trail-ready look and the right chassis upgrades to back it
up, this 1995 Jeep Wrangler is a truly useful 4x4. So look over the
full package that has everything from LED light bars to a newer
motor to make sure this is a classic Jeep with proper
You know this off-roader means business the moment you lay eyes on
it. The Smittybilt XRC 9500 winch puts a versatile face forward.
And there's also a lifted suspension, hood-mounted high-lift jack,
Jerrycan side, and tubular steel rear bumper with tow hooks and a
tow hitch. Plus, there are enough LEDs up front to turn night into
day. And speaking of night, the appearance is a full midnight
package. The paint is glossy black with a matte black hood insert;
The black wheels are an attractive set of Cragar 16-inch units; and
even the black convertible top gets darker thanks to tinted side
plastic. The overall impression you're going to get from this one
is an adventurous 4x4. So the finish and details are attractive but
certainly don't look perfect, but for those who want to hit the
trail on a whim, this is the perfect appearance.
The YJ Wranglers are true classics, but they also have features
that you just couldn't get on the older CJs. This includes useful
features like a more comprehensive roll bar and a better design for
the half-doors. These Wranglers arguably had the best dash layout
of any generation. The speedo and tach are laid out directly in
front of the driver for proper ergonomics. Then the rest of the
gauges spread wide across the center to remind everyone that this
was a serious machine. There are worthwhile driver updates, like
the bucket seats and a locking center console. Plus, everyone can
enjoy additions like the cup holders and AM/FM/CD stereo.
Under the hood is the 2.5-liter engine. This was derived from the
tough-as-nails AMC line of motors, and we were even told it was
replaced about 40k miles ago. It makes for a good combination of
durability and economy. Plus, with fuel injection and the control
of the five-speed manual transmission, this is always a lively
machine. The two-speed 4x4 transfer case works with the four-inch
lift kit and meaty BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/As to deliver a true
off-road ability. And power brakes with front discs mean confident
stopping on the street or trail.
Complete with the factory buildsheet, this is the competent and
capable off-road Wrangler that's offered for quite an affordable
price. So if you're looking to start your adventure tomorrow, you
need to call today!