2007 4-door, 2WD, manual transmission, Wrangler Unlimited: Secondhand, but makes every trip feel new. Simple and stripped down, devoid not of comfort, but only of the superfluities of the modern driving machine. No power windows, no power door locks, no GPS, no bluetooth, no USB jack, no LoJack, no active noise cancellation, and most definitely no autopilot.
Instead you get a 3.8L V6 engine, *manual* 6-speed transmission, mopar premium JK unlimited soft top, bikini top (if you prefer a bit more breeze but still want sun protection), full frame removable doors, room for 5 adults (5 seatbelts) plus gear (including rear hidden storage bin), 60/40 split 3-passenger rear seat that folds & squats and has anchors for child car seats (this Jeep carried a newborn home safe, snug and sound), dual stage driver- and passenger-side air bags, CD player, aux input for iPhone/iPod, standard Wrangler sound system with 2 front and 2 roll-bar speakers, A/C and heat, and of course the roar of the wind (it's loud, baby), plus character and panache to spare.
Note: This is the 2WD model, unmodified: No stock suspension, no skid plates, no tow points, no winch, no CB radio; i.e., unless you like to gamble, it's not for serious offroading, although it will handle fire trails, most mountain roads, etc. just fine.
Additional Note: This Jeep also features manual transmission. The driver must be comfortable driving stick (6-speed).
This is probably neither the way to transport your date to the LA Philharmonic, nor the way to hit the Rubicon Trail for the 2016 Jeep Jamboree.
It is, however, most assuredly the way to Newport Beach, San Diego, the OC Fair, Trestles, The Links at Terranea, West Hollywood, Big Sur, the PCH, Yosemite in the spring and summer, Joshua Tree, Burning Man, desert, mountain, coast, and all points in between...and beyond.