2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara | 3.6L Engine | Edmonton, AB
Be ready to break your own path in this 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara from Redwater Dodge. As one of the latest pre-owned units, this Jeep has what you’re looking for when you want more adventure in your life.
Fully-equipped with everything you need for off-roading, the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara features front and rear tow hooks, running boards and a hitch receiver. This model comes with both a hardtop and soft top and runs on 17-inch factory Jeep rims with Bridgestone all-terrain tires. A full-size spare is included but has never been used. Wrangler fans will appreciate the classic styling which features the bold round headlamps and seven-slot grille. Fog lamps light up dark conditions while the bug deflector keeps your vehicle clean.
Inside the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, you have premium cloth with heated seats. A touchscreen and hands-free Bluetooth add convenience to keep you entertained and connected. Power windows are standard on this four-door model along with remote keyless entry. Ample storage in the back with fold flat rear seats allows you take luggage or your outdoor toys with you.
Powered by the 3.6L Pentastar engine, the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara will get you where you need to go. This engine features variable valve timing for optimal performance and fuel efficiency. As a Trail Rated vehicle, you know this 4×4 can take on the tough terrain to put more fun into your day. With only 61,000 km on the Jeep, you have plenty of Powertrain Warranty left.
2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Engine:
- 285 horsepower with 260 lb-ft of torque
This Jeep comes with a clean CarProof and an AMVIC inspection to give you peace of mind about buying pre-owned. Loaded with safety features to make you feel safe, you can trust this Jeep wherever you go. Count on the traction control, brake assist and integrated roll-over protection to keep you moving along.
Stop by Redwater Dodge and take the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara for a spin. See how well it handles and drive it home today. Check it out right away; a deal this good won’t last long.
Good afternoon, Internetland. It’s Travis with Redwater Dodge. Today, we’re going to be going over some more of our pre-owned inventory. We just took this Jeep Wrangler in on trade a short time ago. It is a 2012 Jeep Wrangler Sahara, four-door, fully-equipped with the running boards, 17-inch from factory Jeep rims with the Bridgestone all-terrain tires. Plenty of tread life left there. Perfect for our Alberta winters.
Come around to the front with me, guys. A Jeep is a Jeep is a Jeep. I can’t say it enough. Wranglers will never change. You’ll forever recognize a Wrangler from the front because of the custom Jeep grille, I say custom because where else can you identify a Wrangler? Big fishbowl headlamps as well as the fog lamps in the front. You have these heavy-duty tow hooks as well for pulling yourself out and pulling your friends out. You’ve got the bug deflector on the front here. Easy open hood latches here. You’re looking at a 3.6L Pentastar motor with the variable valve timing. That just means the computer controls how fast or how slow the valves open and close, giving you optimal performance and fuel mileage as well. Everything you’re going to need to have access to is marked in a bright yellow cap, windshield washer fluid, coolant, stuff like that. Your battery is clearly marked over here. You’ll see a positive and negative terminal for if a time should prevent itself from being needed, i.e. giving a boost to your friends or to yourself, etc. etc, testing your battery’s required for your purposes. Who knows? When I say easy latching, I mean easy latching really. Brilliant Black colour, Sahara badge, it has a Trail Rated badge. All of the original produced Jeeps that have the Trail Rated badge, their prototypes were tested on the Rubicon trail in the states, putting them through a variety of tests, a full battery of tests. They have been subjected to all kinds of terrains and climates to make sure they are the optimal all-wheel drive. All-wheel drive, off-roading vehicle. Whatever
Full-size four-door, premium cloth package on this one. You do have the touchscreen there as well. Sirius satellite radio capable. You do have the power windows, hands-free Bluetooth, that means your telephone calls as well as playing your music. It does have heated seats as well. 4×4 on the floor, which is how it should be for an aggressive off-road vehicle. Not even 61,000 km. You’re looking a 60,921 km. Plenty of powertrain warranty left. You’re probably wondering “where is the soft top?” Well, ladies and gentlemen, the soft top is back here. The perfect display of the amount of storage you get with a four-door Jeep Wrangler. The seats do fold completely flat down. The headrests fold up so they are in the back of the seats there, and you can actually fit the entire soft top there in the back. Gas tank here, full-size spare tire here. It’s still got the little rubber niblets on the top, hasn’t ever been used. You have a tow hook here, as well as a hitch receiver here. Take a look at this side. You can tell this Jeep was meticulously kept aside from a few blemishes on the hardtop, which could be from anything. Actual paint on the Jeep itself is in pristine condition.
I do have some paperwork for you here, guys. I’ve got the actual CarProof here. No damage records were found. It was a British Columbia registered vehicle, which means it will have to go through another battery of examinations, also known as an out-of-province inspection. There are no damage records as I’ve mentioned. No estimates for insurance or anything like that. Never been on fire, never been stolen,
I’ve got our AMVIC inspection here as well. Everything has been listed as compliant and that was 19 km ago when this inspection was done. Now, an out-of-province inspection and an AMVIC inspection are very close in terms of the depth they have to go to actually pass the vehicle. So you can bet there are only a few extra things we have to do to pass that out-of-province inspection.
I do have a shop record here. An AMVIC inspection was completed. They did have to do an oil change, they did a detail on it for you. I’m sure you can see some condensation on the vehicle from outside. There was a previous recall that had been taken care of, a couple of them. They did a wheel alignment. There was a trim panel installed on the front bumper. A couple of minor things like that, some wiring harnesses replaced. Nothing over the top, to be expected of a vehicle that’s coming up on three years old. Very minor changes, very little labor was done. Guys, you have full access to the CarProof report on our website, RedwaterDodge.com. There’s probably going to be a little more technical information in regards to the Wrangler there as well. Feel free to browse through that. Feel free to give us a call to ask us any questions about the servicing or AMVIC inspection or anything like that 780-942-3629. Before you do anything, we know how important customer service is to the buyers out there, take a look at our blog and past experiences to see what people have been saying about us. Our blog is AskRedwaterDodge.com. Ask as in ask us a question. Anyway, guys, that’s it for today. We look forward to seeing you next time.