This Is our Jeep Rudolph, He got his name because of his bright red shine. Low Miles App 34k
Rudolph had been to the Rubicon one time and doesn't want to go back, he didn't like it. So I ask that you respect his wishes .
THE JEEP WILL BE RENTED IN IMMACULATE CLEAN AND FRESH CONDITION . PLEASE EXPECT A CAR WASH FEE IF YOU BRING BACK DIRTY . MAX FEE 30.00
Here is some details about Rudolph .
4X4 on paved roads in snow for example (Going To Tahoe in the winter) Perfectly acceptable , That's what its for !
Go to Tahoe in the Snow with confidence and wave at the people putting chains on in the blizzard as you simple pull a lever and engage 4X4 !
4X4 Is not authorized without permission from John or Britney .
4x4 off road trips with Jeeps run about 350-500 a day . You're paying about 100 and that cost for driving around town.
Here is the following cost for Jeep rentals from a company in Tahoe for 4x4 off road use !
Rubicon Trail Adventure - 4 days $1,750
Rubicon Trail Tour - 3 days $1,150
You're Paying about 60.00 a day. Keep that in mind in regards to what your doing with my Jeep.
I use Rudolph for UBER frequently and every rider I have Compliments me on how "NICE" the Jeep is inside !
Every Day I get A compliment ! You will love it !
Other Jeeps will wave to you as you see them . Wave To other Jeeps and they will wave back. It's a Jeep Thing !
Model: 2015 Jeep Wrangler
MSRP: From $32,795
Curb weight: 4,269 to 4,294 lbs
MPG: Up to 16 city / 21 highway
Horsepower: 285 hp
Towing capacity: 2,000 lbs
Warranty: 3 yr/36,000 mi basic, 5 yr/100,000 mi powertrain
The Jeep Wrangler is a compact and mid-size (Wrangler Unlimited models) four-wheel drive off-road and sport utility vehicle (SUV), manufactured by Jeep, and is currently in its third generation. The Wrangler is not a direct descendant of the World War II Willys MB or Willys civilian Jeeps (Jeep CJ) of the mid-1940s through 1980s, later produced by Kaiser-Jeep and by American Motors (AMC), despite this common misconception, and as illustrated by the factory dash plaques affixed to the last Jeeps (CJ-7) produced, that read "Last of a Great Breed – This collectors edition CJ ends an era that began with the legendary Jeep of World War II".
Outwardly resembling the Jeep CJ-7, the Wrangler, which was formally announced in February 1986 at the 1986 Chicago Auto Show, was based on a new set of design parameters. "The product philosophy behind the two vehicles" François Castaing (AMC VP of Product Engineering) explained, "is completely different". Just like the Willys MB and the Jeep CJ, Wranglers continue to use a separate body and frame, rigid solid axles both front and rear, a fold-flat windshield, and can be driven without doors. But its suspension, drivetrain, and interior were borrowed from the new Cherokee (XJ) model. The Wrangler debuted in 1986 as a new model to fill the void left by the discontinuance of the famous Jeep model (CJ), was revised in 1996, and completely redesigned in 2006. In addition to the model name Wrangler, each model received a designation corresponding to its generation: YJ (1986–1995), TJ (1997–2006), TJU's (commonly known as LJ's- 2004–2006 Unlimited models, or YJL, in the Egyptian owners manual.), JKU (2007–present Unlimited models) and JK (2007–present). Foreign military versions of the Wrangler have carried the J8 designation which was initially dubbed TJL when first produced at Arab American Vehicle's Egyptian plant.
Jeep YJ models were manufactured between 1986 and 1992 at Brampton Assembly, and subsequently at the Toledo South Assembly plant. A major difference in the 1987–1995 models were the rectangular headlights, which reverted to rounded ones in the TJ and then JK versions. In 2006, Wrangler production was moved to Toledo Complex. Post-2006 Wranglers were set apart from their predecessors by the angle of the grille. In all previous models, the grille was flat and even with the front fenders. The newer Wrangler was constructed with a grille which angled out from the top, and then continued in a straight line from the midway point, toward the bottom. This decreased the hood length, while increasing the length of the fenders. In more recent models, this angle has been lowered more toward the bottom of the grille.
In Egypt, the YJ was produced as well as a long wheel-base version, dubbed LJ (or labeled as YJL in Egypt's Owners Manual), and which has retained the 2-door design. The YJL is considered as the first predecessor of the JK's long wheel-base by continuing as TJL (aka J8) which has directly inspired the JK's 4-door.
There is a Jeep Wrangler Pickup coming into production in 2017.