Used Car of the Day: 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon
Sometimes, when new cars are too expensive, you can buy lightly used for a little bit less money. This 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon might qualify.
For $43K, you can get into a Wrangler with a manual transmission and the Recon package.
Other features include power locks and windows, keyless entry, remote start, leather seats, heated front seats, automatic climate control, the usual Rubicon off-road features (front sway-bar disconnect, front and rear locking differentials), LED headlights, black hardtop, and steel bumpers.
The Recon package adds things like 35-inch tires, a winch mounting plate, aftermarket skid plates, a four-inch lift kit, premium audio, new springs, and 4:10 axles.
Our seller is in Ohio. Check out this Jeep here.
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