Unlimited Sahara 4dr 4x2
2007 Jeep Wrangler

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Engine Engine 3.8LV-6
MPG MPG 18 City / 22 Hwy
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2007 Wrangler Overview

The Jeep Wrangler is something like a Harley-Davidson.It's an anachronism, and should probably be a dinosaur, but no, it's still popular because it fills a need like no other vehicle.Despite its inherent design limitations (we won't call them flaws), primarily balance and storage, the Wrangler delivers inimitable fun.Challengers have not been able to steal from the allure of the Jeep.The dynasty lives on.

Jeep engineers have kept the momentum rolling by making timely improvements.Model year 2007 brings an all-new Jeep Wrangler that (no surprise) looks just like the old Jeep, whatever 'old' Jeep you might be talking about.Can you name one vehicle (besides the Harley) that has changed its looks less, in 60 years?

In 2007, Jeep introduces its first four-door, using the name Unlimited from last year's stretched two-door.You might wonder what took them so long.It's a perfect fit for the times.It doesn't change or pervert the character of Wrangler at all, it just makes the vehicle more attainable, and more desirable for many.It's much more comfortable and convenient, and holds way more stuff, including happy passengers.

Maybe best of all, a lot more content has been added, especially in the areas of comfort, safety and convenience; and there has been an average price reduction of $1200 down the line.

Each of the six models of the Wrangler uses the same new engine, a 3.8-liter V6 making 12 more horsepower than the previous trusty inline-6 that's been around for more than 20 years.It has the same peak torque but at a higher range, and that detracts some from the Wrangler's uphill performance; but gas mileage is about the same, at 16 city and 19 highway for the 4x4.The standard transmission is a six-speed manual, which fits the Wrangler's personality quite well; the optional four-speed automatic overdrive is for those who appreciate convenience more than aesthetics.
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2007 Wrangler Overview

The Jeep Wrangler is something like a Harley-Davidson.It's an anachronism, and should probably be a dinosaur, but no, it's still popular because it fills a need like no other vehicle.Despite its inherent design limitations (we won't call them flaws), primarily balance and storage, the Wrangler delivers inimitable fun.Challengers have not been able to steal from the allure of the Jeep.The dynasty lives on.

Jeep engineers have kept the momentum rolling by making timely improvements.Model year 2007 brings an all-new Jeep Wrangler that (no surprise) looks just like the old Jeep, whatever 'old' Jeep you might be talking about.Can you name one vehicle (besides the Harley) that has changed its looks less, in 60 years?

In 2007, Jeep introduces its first four-door, using the name Unlimited from last year's stretched two-door.You might wonder what took them so long.It's a perfect fit for the times.It doesn't change or pervert the character of Wrangler at all, it just makes the vehicle more attainable, and more desirable for many.It's much more comfortable and convenient, and holds way more stuff, including happy passengers.

Maybe best of all, a lot more content has been added, especially in the areas of comfort, safety and convenience; and there has been an average price reduction of $1200 down the line.

Each of the six models of the Wrangler uses the same new engine, a 3.8-liter V6 making 12 more horsepower than the previous trusty inline-6 that's been around for more than 20 years.It has the same peak torque but at a higher range, and that detracts some from the Wrangler's uphill performance; but gas mileage is about the same, at 16 city and 19 highway for the 4x4.The standard transmission is a six-speed manual, which fits the Wrangler's personality quite well; the optional four-speed automatic overdrive is for those who appreciate convenience more than aesthetics.Hide Full Review