The Wrangler remains one of the most popular vehicles for overlanding thanks to its proven reliability and class-leading capability. It’s, therefore, a regular sight on our forum with recent adventure-ready examples, including this 2016 Unlimited Sport, a 2016 w/ Ursa Minor camper, and a 2015 expedition build. Today’s 2007 offering has covered 165,000 miles and features premium modifications, and is topped with the Maggiolina Grand Tour 360 tent. The 2007 Rubicon showcases a plethora of all-terrain highlights from the factory, such as a New Venture 2-speed transfer case, disconnecting front anti-roll bar, heavy-duty Dana axles, front and rear lockers, and more. These rugged credentials ensure excellent backcountry performance, as demonstrated by the adventures of Trail Recon, Aussie Four Wheelers, and The Outfit. In addition, thanks to excellent aftermarket support, the Wrangler is often chosen for micro-camper conversions with drool-worthy builds from the likes of Drew Simms, Joshav, and The Road Chose Me.
From the Seller:
“This well-maintained, tow-ready Jeep will take you wherever you want to go, shade you and all your friends when the sun is making everyone else miserable, and give you a quick and comfy place to sleep—pretty much anywhere you can get level. I’ve had this Jeep for about 3 years and 10,000 miles and have repaired, outfitted, and maintained it.”
2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon
The Wrangler is fitted with a V6 motor that produces 205 horsepower, 240 pound-feet of torque, and returns a combined 16 mpg. A dependable motor is matched with excellent capability thanks to 4WD, front and rear lockers, high and low range, factory rock sliders, and more. Inside, the Wrangler is not especially luxurious but does include the following driver comforts:
- Air conditioning
- Cruise control
- Power steering, locks, and windows
- Center console
- Front Runner roof rack
- Viair compressor
- Overland Vehicle Systems Nomadic 270 awning
- Maggiolina Grand Tour 360 tent
- Atlas front bumper with winch and EVO low-profile rear bumper
- Terraflex springs, shocks, front and rear end links, bump stops, and 2.5-inch lift
- Alu-Cab camp kitchen
This 2007 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is listed for $18,000 OBO and is currently located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.
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