If you’re looking for an older Jeep Wrangler in pristine condition, look no further. What we have here is a 1994 Jeep Wrangler that’s listed with just 8,300 miles — which surely means this is one of the lowest-mileage 1990s Wrangler models on the planet.
First, a little background. This is one of the “YJ” Wranglers, which were sold from 1989 to 1995. This 1994 example is a very late-production YJ. YJ Wrangler models are getting harder to find in good shape, mainly because many of them have been modified by off-roaders, given how capable the Wrangler is.
But this one is still looking fine. It’s a 4-wheel-drive model, and it’s finished in a very appropriate 1990s turquoise with a gray interior. It also features a 5-speed manual transmission, which is well-suited to the character of these Wrangler models, as they’re surprisingly peppy and enjoyable — and the manual makes them even more spry. This particular example is even equipped with the desirable 4-liter 6-cylinder engine, which is the one to have for both longevity and performance.
So how did a 1994 Wrangler end up with such low mileage? According to the Carfax report, it was likely used as a summer vacation vehicle for many years, sitting at a second home without adding many miles. It’s had several owners, all of whom were probably unsure of what to do with the unusually well-preserved vehicle.