Used 1992 JeepWrangler Sport SUV

  • VIN: 2J4FY19P8NJ512846
  • Stock: 313610
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112,099 miles
Exterior Color
Flame Red
Interior Color
5-Speed Manual
2.5L I-4 cyl
Jeep Wrangler
  • Carfax Free

Detailed Specifications

  • Front anti-roll bar
  • Front seats: bucket
  • Cylinder configuration: I-4
  • Drive type: four-wheel
  • Engine liters: 2.5
  • Engine location: front
  • Horsepower: 123hp @ RPM
  • Number of valves: 8
  • Recommended fuel: Regular Unleaded
  • Transmission: 5 speed manual
  • Skid plates
  • Engine displacement: 2.5 L
  • Engine horsepower: 123hp @ RPM
  • Exterior body width: 1,676mm (66.0")
  • Exterior height: 1,829mm (72.0")
  • Exterior length: 3,876mm (152.6")
  • Wheelbase: 2,372mm (93.4")
  • Brake assist
  • Integrated roll-over protection

Dealer Notes

* 1992 Jeep Wrangler S
* Clean CARFAX.l
* Maintained in time capsule show condition since new !
* One Of a Kind ! Gorgeous !
* Alloy Wheels,
* 4x4/4-wheel drive,
***LIFT KIT***,
* 2D Sport Utility,
* 5-Speed Manual,
* 4WD, Brake assist ,
* Front & Rear Carpeting,
* Front anti-roll bar,
* Front Bucket Seats,
* Integrated roll-over protection,
* Off-Road Group,
* Power Steering,
* Right Hand Mirror,
* Spoke Aluminum Wheels,
* Tachometer,
* Voltmeter.
5-Speed Manual

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Kelley Blue Book -
Overall4.5Out of 5
  • I love this vehicle, but Im in my 70s.

    By Grunt on Sunday, June 18, 2017

    This 94 Jeep is the last of the real Jeep Wranglers. It has leaf springs (Jeep started putting car shocks/struts on in 1996), last of the square head lamps, new alternator and serpentine belt, bikini top, rear tire cover, chrome plated aluminum wheels with wide 15 tires (plus 4 extra standard tires on rims), spare tire cover with new spare, rear mount ski rack/bike rack, canoe/small boat swivel pole with mount and roof crossbar, front mounted bike carrier and much more.
  • Dependable Jeep

    By unkqty on Tuesday, February 19, 2008

    Very happy with my small utilities before family grew and they had to go. Got 110k on '95 and 120k on '87. Purchased new in '95 and had a few assembly issues (cracked injector line, heater fan bearing, defog relay, oil leak) but got all fixed. Mostly hiway miles in northwest, southwest, and Hawaii. Replaced tires at 65k, muffler/ converter at 85k, fan belt at 85k, and brakes at 100k. Nothing else needed but alignments, rotations, fluids and filters. Had similar luck with '87 (also hiway miles) (replaced belts and water pump at 105k). Can attest that, taken car of, the '87-'95 models CAN (not WILL) get at least 120-140k miles before requiring significant repairs. Kept track of both after sold and they continued to serve well (although '87 started requiring more significant repairs around 140k). Chrysler/ Jeep made significant improvements in transmission, engine, and brakes '93-95 likely best bets for the square-headlight models.
  • Rough Rider

    By Noob on Friday, November 12, 2010

    I have had a 1995 Jeep Wrangler for only a matter of months, but there are some things that I can say for certain. The first is that you should not buy an older jeep wrangler if you are looking for a smooth, quiet, comfortable ride. The vehicle has leaf springs in the front and back so you feel every bump in the road and there is little to no sound proofing so it can be quite noisy. While the wrangler is a less than ideal on-road vehicle and impractical for use as a commuter car (gets roughly 16mpg city, 19mpg highway) it is definitely a lot of fun to take off-road and is a blast with the top down in the summer. It is also quite useful in the snow if you are from New England like I am or if you live in the snowy Mid-west. The bottom line is that you should not buy a 1995 Wrangler as a primary vehicle since it can be uncomfortable to ride in and gets poor gas mileage, but it makes a great secondary vehicle for weekend fun.

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