I want to get a Jeep Wrangler but I'm not sure what year I should get. I like the looks of the older ones, but the features of the newer ones. What was the first year they started making leather seats

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2011 was the first year, but, I would be very careful, these vehicles have a checkered record, see attached.

27,505

get a 2013 it all most new..and priced ok

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Get at least a 07 or newer, since the suspension after 06 is night & day difference.

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we love our 2014 Wrangler Sahara Limited. Great on and off road : )

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The Wrangler has been made since 1986. It all depends on how much you want to spend and if you want an old school Jeep or the new more cushy ones.

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