Overland Classifieds :: 2014 Jeep Wrangler JKU with a Plethora of AEV Components

If you’re a Jeep fan, this 2014 Wrangler JKU with a host of American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) and Yeti upgrades might have caught your eye on the Expedition Portal forum. With 105,000 miles, this build has been used by The Adventure Portal as a support vehicle and daily driver—not a mall cruiser, the seller notes. This vehicle seeks a new owner who desires a blend of off-pavement capability and camp comfort.

From the Seller:

“Built by renowned Jeep technician Chris Johnson of Rock Tech Off-Road, it is in solid condition and has been well maintained and serviced throughout its life.”

2014 Jeep Wrangler JKU

Larger in size and heavier in weight than the JK, enthusiasts will argue that JKU has several other things going for it, including a longer wheelbase, double the seating, increased towing capacity, and more legroom.

Distinguishing Features

AEV is well represented in this build, with aftermarket modifications including a 3.5-inch DualSport SC lift, a variety of armor, a tire carrier, snorkel, roof rack, and more. The build also features a Goose Gear 60 percent rear seat delete, Autohome Maggiolina Extreme rooftop tent, and a set of Falken Wildpeak AT3 tires. Finally, various Yeti steering components round out this overland machine.

This 2014 Jeep Wrangler JKU is listed for $37,999 OBO and is currently located in Vista, California. The seller is also open to selling the vehicle without the rooftop tent for $35,499 OBO. Check the full vehicle specifications via the original Expedition Portal forum post here.

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Ashley Giordano completed a 48,800-kilometer overland journey from Canada to Argentina with her husband, Richard, in their well-loved but antiquated Toyota pickup. On the zig-zag route south, she hiked craggy peaks in the Andes, discovered diverse cultures in 15 different countries, and filled her tummy with spicy ceviche, Baja fish tacos, and Argentinian Malbec. You can usually find Ashley buried in a pile of travel books, poring over maps, or researching wild medicinal plants. Ashley is a co-founder of Women Overlanding the World and crew member of Expedition Overland. You’ll find this Canadian-born couple exploring a different continent in 2021, and sharing their trip every step of the way at Desk to Glory.