Jeep 2014

  • stock # 3504
Car Details
Body 4x4
Km\'s 95000 km\'s
Fuel type Unleaded
Engine N/A
Year 2014
Transmission Manual
Drive 4WD
Exterior Color Grey
Interior Color Black
Registered 01/11/2022
History N/A
Stock id 3504
  • A/C: Front
  • A/C: Rear
  • Backup Camera
  • Navigation
  • Power Locks
  • Power Steering
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • CD Player
  • Airbag: Driver
  • Airbag: Passenger
  • Antilock Brakes
  • Bluetooth
  • Hands-Free
  • Fog Lights
  • Security System
  • Power Windows
Seller Note

This vehicle is for a specific market. Whilst many people won't understand what's gone into this, genuine buyers looking for this class of vehicle will appreciate the value of quality components and high quality build.  I've spent over $50K mods on this vehicle to make sure it's built right with VSCCS (engineering) certificate.  Conquering difficult tracks is what this Jeep was built for. The transformation from road-legal mall crawler to bush beast is quick and painless thanks to front sway bar disconnects freeing the front axle for maximum articulation, an iDrive adjustable throttle controller for reducing throttle sensitivity, and custom removable mud-flaps. There is very very little this Jeep can't do.  The Atlas 4 speed transfer case is custom built with individual controls for front and rear wheels.  Normal low range is 2:1 - perfect for the easier tracks. Once you get to the interesting stuff, engage the secondary 2.72:1 planetary gear and you’re crawling at 5.44:1. With 35" tyres, 3.5" lift and dual lockers, this thing can almost drive itself up obstacles.  When it’s time to go home for the day, the quality Synergy lift with adjustable front control arms combine to give a comfortable, predictable ride. Australian Murchison progressive springs, rebound-adjustable Fox remote reservoir shocks and Yokohama X-AT tyres iron out those nasty potholes. With the iDrive delivering a sporty throttle response, a custom exhaust, and 4.56 diff ratios, you’ll enjoy the drive home too. But this Jeep is more than just fun at the beach, conquering hard tracks and mall-wheeling. For those longer trips or extended camping expeditions the secondary Long Ranger fuel tank keeps you moving with an additional 68 litres of fuel.  The rear-mounted second battery with REDARC BCDC charger keeps your fridge running for days. This second battery also connects to a custom power box with dual 2.1 USB outlets, two 50A Anderson outlets and additional LED lighting inside the cab.  Whilst not a long term tourer, it's well set up for a few nights camping or adventure touring in places like the Vic High Country (once we can get back there).