Used Jeep Wrangler For Sale

Are you here because you’re looking for a used Jeep Wrangler for sale? At Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth, we’re the dealership of choice for residents in the greater area of Atlanta, GA. Across our massive lot of pre-owned vehicles, the Wrangler is a popular choice for many drivers. Why is this? The Wrangler is one of Jeep’s most beloved models that the manufacturer has ever released, and unlike a majority of vehicles on the market, these hold up their value quite well.

To find the right Wrangler model, you need to find the right dealership, and Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth is that dealership. Our facility stands out amongst the crowd because our shopping experience is more streamlined and hassle-free, and the employees you interact with will share your excitement as you browse through our selection of used Wrangler models. Our expertise, coupled with our lively staff of Jeep enthusiasts, is only part of why you should come to visit Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth. You’ll be enamored by our used lot, and Jeep Wrangler models are here and ready for purchase, but they’re undoubtedly one of Jeep’s most popular options – so act quickly!

A green 2021 Jeep Wrangler Willys is shown from the front after searching for used Jeep Wranglers for sale.

Wrangler History

The history of the Jeep Wrangler is perhaps the most interesting out of 99% of currently available automobiles, but why is that? The Wrangler has an origin story that goes beyond itself – sharing DNA with one of history’s most recognizable automobiles. Come 1940, the Willys Quad was introduced to the world, but more recognizable was the Willy MB in 1941.

In the early to mid-1940s, the world was facing a lot of stress, and the United States needed vehicles that could help soldiers overseas. This was a time of turmoil that caused manufacturers to hastily build vehicles for their respective countries’ militaries, leaving no stone unturned. The United States Army put out the call for a "go anywhere, do anything" type of vehicle, and the Willy MB was born – assisting soldiers with transportation during one of history’s worst wars. Because it utilized 4x4, it allowed soldiers to cross tough terrains in times of emergency when there were no roads to travel on.

With an incredible amount of versatility combined with its recognition as an official US Army vehicle, Jeep knew it couldn’t let the technology rest after World War II. How could it lend this potential to others in the world? The answer was the Jeep CJ, which was a Willy MB at heart, but marketed towards civilians, hence the name ‘Civilian Jeep.’ The first ideology of the Jeep CJ was to make the lives of farmers easier, but the CJ would become the vehicle that defined Jeep’s prominence in the 20th century and would continue production until 1986.

Once the Jeep CJ ceased production, the Wrangler came into the scene to take its place. The Wrangler was the logical next step for the brand, and over thirty years later, the Wrangler continues to garner praise – even making the list of the best selling cars of 2020 by Car and Driver. The YJ shares many similarities with its CJ roots. The first-generation Wrangler looks more like the CJ-10, which was the last model of the CJ before the Wrangler was released, albeit this was a pickup truck. This is most evident by its rectangular headlamps, but ultimately, the Wrangler is known for the rounded headlamps found on later models – the same ones you’d find on the Willy MB all of those years ago.

For nine years, the Jeep Wrangler YJ was on the market until the TJ was released in 1996. The first immediate change was the return to the rounded headlamps, leaving the squared-off ones in the 1980s. The new Jeep TJ models boasted better performance and greater stability for off-roading. This generation is often regarded as one of the most popular Wrangler generations by a majority of its fanbase, primarily due to a large number of fans being drawn to the 4.0L V6 engine, which hasn’t been available since 2006.

This brings us directly to the JK, and these are plenty on the used market. There’s a strong chance you’ll find more JK than JL models when shopping on the used market, but this is because the JL generation hasn’t been around nearly as long yet. Speaking of the JL, it remains the most current Wrangler generation to date, and it’s exactly where Jeep and its fans want it to be, which is both performance and durable.

A close up of a tire and rim is shown on a blue 2019 Jeep Wrangler.

Popular Years for the Wrangler

There’s no shortage of Wrangler models to select from when you’re shopping for a used vehicle. However, there are a few key examples of where you should start looking. For example, the 2012 version of this pre-owned SUV is a fantastic place to start because the 3.6L V6 engine received a performance increase, which is identical to the amount of performance the base level V6 offers Wrangler drivers in the current day. As far as relevancy goes, the 2012 Wrangler performs admirably well, but with the age of the vehicle, you shouldn’t expect a modern-day set of entertainment and connectivity features, such as an infotainment center. The same could be said for the entirety of the JK line, however.

If modern-day amenities such as an infotainment center don’t interest you, and you’re looking for a genuine Wrangler experience, the 2006 model remains a strong option for drivers looking to encapsulate on the popular but long discontinued 4.0L V6 engine. But, if modern tech features are of interest to you, then the 2018 Wrangler, which was the first JL model, offers an available 8.4-inch infotainment center. Starting in 2021, smaller media centers were implemented into the base models, but it’s far less feature-packed than the available UConnect infotainment center.

Why Choose Us?

If given the option, why would you opt for second best? At Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth, we’ve been in the business for many years, and we’ve seen the industry grow before our very eyes. We’ve established a long-running history within the greater area of Atlanta, GA, and we’ve become the go-to choice for many of its residents. The Jeep Wrangler is one such model you’ll find at our dealership, and we’re the best place to purchase your Wrangler from if you want the best prices, the easiest shopping experience, and a visit to remember to cap it all off. We’ll not only sell you a Wrangler, but our certified mechanics know the vehicle inside and out, and we’ll be first-in-line to help you if anything goes wrong.

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The Right Financing for Your Wrangler

Shopping for a Jeep Wrangler can be a lot of fun, especially once you reach the point where you take one for a test drive and discover just how good it feels to experience the unlimited potential of a Wrangler. Looking at different used Wrangler models can add an extra element of enjoyment to the process since you get to see how this Jeep has changed and evolved, even in recent years. Along with this fun aspect of shopping for a vehicle, there are also some important things to consider that might not be quite as thrilling but are vital to ensure you get the right Jeep and that you can enjoy it for many years to come.

Figuring out financing for your used Jeep Wrangler is something that a lot of people do not want to think about, but it is incredibly important. For some people, the idea of looking at credit scores, talking about loans, and facing any difficulties they might have can be pretty overwhelming—and this is exactly why we are here to help. Our financing experts are friendly, helpful, and compassionate, so no matter what your situation looks like, we will do everything we can to get you the financing you need. Figuring out the best way to pay for your next vehicle does not have to be headache-inducing or stressful—not with the right person by your side.

The most important aspect of financing is understanding your budget and what it looks like, and then sticking to it. Budgeting lets you fit a fantastic Jeep Wrangler into your life and can help you avoid sleepless nights due to worrying about payments. Whether you have a clear sense of what your budget looks like or you feel lost trying to understand the best way to afford your Jeep, we are ready to assist you. We can help you look at your financial situation, discuss options you have for trade-ins or other ways to lower your payments, and get you the best deal on a used Wrangler.

Even if you already have a loan offer from your bank or another lender, we can take a look at your situation to ensure you are getting the best terms possible. The most important thing to us is that you find a vehicle you love, and that perfectly meets your needs, with a financing solution that works for you. Our financing experts are just as committed to providing you with unbeatable customer service as everyone else here at Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth, so you can expect the same level of care and help throughout your time with us. You are not alone in figuring out the financing for your next vehicle—we can help.

Trade or Sell Your Wrangler Today

Enjoying and getting the most from a Jeep Wrangler is incredibly fun, but at a certain point the time comes when you are ready to get a new vehicle or experience what a more-recent Wrangler has to offer. When that happens, we are here to help you find the perfect vehicle, and we are more than happy to buy your current vehicle from you or to discuss your options for using it as a trade-in toward your next ride. If you have a Jeep Wrangler that you are ready to part with, we can assist you by making the process simple and providing you with the best deal possible.

For starters, it is important to get your Jeep Wrangler looking its best, so be sure to clean it inside and out before you bring it to us to sell or trade in. This is also a great time to remove all your items from the vehicle, including phone chargers, emergency supplies, clothing, and anything else that might have found its way into your Wrangler. You should then get together all of the paperwork you have for your vehicle, including the original owner's manual and other documentation, your service and repair records, the title for your Wrangler, and any information you have regarding a car loan or lien on it.

Once all that is done, just bring your Wrangler to us and we can take it from there. Our service experts will quickly inspect your ride and we'll make you an offer for your Jeep—either as a trade-in or to buy it outright from you. There is no obligation on your part. Best of all, you can get started right now on our website with a quick, hassle-free trade estimate to get a sense of what your Wrangler is worth. When you are ready to sell your vehicle, simply bring it to us and we'll handle everything else.

A red 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is shown from the rear off-roading on a rocky trail.

Keeping Your Jeep Wrangler in Great Shape

Jeep Wranglers are some of the most rugged and hardest-working vehicles on the planet, able to take you anywhere you want to go and tackle anything you throw at it. The level of engineering that goes into making a Jeep Wrangler is exceptional, and that becomes evident the first moment you get behind the wheel and feel what it can do. With powerful engines, incredible suspension designs, and 4x4 systems that deliver unbelievable traction in even the most challenging conditions, a Wrangler is designed to go where other vehicles simply cannot. But taking your Wrangler out on the trail and getting the most from it takes its toll.

Driving a vehicle around town results in some natural wear and tear, but it is nothing compared to the kind of abuse that a Jeep Wrangler can put up with while out on the trail. We certainly love going off-road, but we also know that the realities of leaving civilization behind are rough on a vehicle. Even if you are careful and stick to trails that you and your Wrangler can handle with ease, simply driving on uneven dirt roads can beat up your suspension, wear your tires and brakes, and pump a lot of dust and dirt toward your engine. This is why you must properly maintain and service your Wrangler, so you can keep getting the most from it for many years.

Proper maintenance starts with following a set service schedule to get ahead of future problems; this is true for any vehicle, but it is even more important with an off-road-ready Jeep Wrangler. If you like to hit the trail as much as we do, then it is vital you stick to a more proactive service schedule than someone who goes through a simple daily commute or just enjoys their vehicle around town. Your engine works hard, your filters get dirty and clogged up faster, and your suspension deals with a lot more up-and-down than someone driving on the highway daily.

Fortunately, we here at Rick Hendrick Buick GMC Duluth are ready to provide you with fantastic service and maintenance for your Jeep Wrangler. Our certified service center and parts department have a tremendous amount of experience working on Wrangler models, so we know them inside and out. Whether you need routine service after a weekend out on the trail or you have started hearing a strange noise coming from under the hood, we can help. Our experts will get the work done quickly and properly, so you can get back out there in no time and keep enjoying everything your Wrangler has to offer.

Hendrick Vehicle Disclaimer:
$949.00 Dealer Administrative Charge included in advertised price.

All prices exclude all taxes, tag, title, registration fees and government fees. Out of state buyers are responsible for all taxes and government fees and title/registration fees in the state where the vehicle will be registered. All prices include all manufacturer to dealer incentives, which the dealer retains unless otherwise specifically provided. Dealer not responsible for errors and omissions; all offers subject to change without notice; please confirm listings with dealer.

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*Length of contract limited. Some customers may not qualify. Deferred monthly payments for 90 days. Excludes residents of PA. Must finance with GM Financial. Some customers may not qualify. Down payment required at signing, if applicable. Finance charges accrue from date of financing. Not available with lease and some other offers. Take new retail delivery by 3/4/24. *Length of contract limited. Some customers may not qualify. Deferred monthly payments for 90 days. Excludes residents of PA. Must finance with GM Financial. Some customers may not qualify. Down payment required at signing, if applicable. Finance charges accrue from date of financing. Not available with lease and some other offers. Take new retail delivery by 3/4/24.

*Length of contract limited. Some customers may not qualify. Deferred monthly payments for 90 days. Excludes residents of PA. Must finance with GM Financial. Some customers may not qualify. Down payment required at signing, if applicable. Finance charges accrue from date of financing. Not available with lease and some other offers. Take new retail delivery by 3/4/24.


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