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2020 Jeep Wrangler JL


Listed 10 months ago
New Haven, Connecticut

Seller's Description

I am parting ways with my 2020 Jeep Wrangler JL with an Ursa Minor Pop-top and a custom build out in the back. This jeep has served me well, taking my wife, my dog, and I cross country for 3 months and on numerous road trips. Sadly, it is time for it to go, and for me to upgrade to a different vehicle. I will be getting a professional detail prior to selling, in order to remove all dog hair from the vehicle. If you have any questions please reach out! [contact info removed] Price: 37,500, OBO Miles: 87xxx, I will be continuing to use this as my daily driver. I bought this Jeep new off of the lot in May of 2020, and have put all miles on since then. The Good: The Build was done by myself in May - December 2020 during Covid. Parts have been upgraded since as needed. - Cascade 4x4 85watt hood mounted solar panel - Genesis Off-road dual battery kit with battery isolator - JL Trailgator Table - ARB 47Q Fridge Freezer - ARB Awnings on drivers side and rear of vehicle. Great Place to hang out when it is raining, and also covers the cooking area. The Bad - half of the LED Light on the Side awning no longer works. - Ursa Minor JL Pop Top, complete with headliner. - Thule Wing Bars - Garvin Trail Rack Spare tire Rack - we carried a tough box ratchet strapped to this for our cross country trip. Worked great for extra storage. The interior Build. - I did a full rear seat delete. This delete has two independent trap doors that can be raised and lowered to access the space beneath. This is bolted into the same holes used for the rear seats. - The back of the Jeep is built onto a wooden frame that is bolted into the floor of the Jeep. - Back consists of: - Sliding tray for the ARB Fridge - Upper left cabinet is the pantry - Middle left Cabinet we used as a spice tray/paper towel tray - Bottom left Cabinet is a dual slide, which features the top covered in a cutting board, and the bottom tray holding the propane stove. I added the legs onto the build on the road, in order to support the tray and allow for better balancing of it. - Right Cabinet is the pots and pan holder, as shown in photos. - Far right side of build was left open to store backpacks, etc. I can fit a 168 snowboard in this space to the back of the passenger seat. - Trash Can is located behind the center console. - Additional Storage: - Hanging from the back of the passenger seat is a rigged up tray for two pairs of shoes - Between the passenger and drivers seat is a basket that is convenient to hold books, knickknacks, etc - On the Drivers side, beside the build there is a hanging bag that is accessed from the back door. - On the rear right of the jeep is a hanging bag that can be accessed from the back - Lastly, the Jeep comes with a stock well underneath of the rack cargo area. This well is accessed by removing the right cabinet, and then lifting the trap door that I built underneath. THE BAD: - One panel on the front right, above the bumper and below the wheel well, is bent. I will be removing this piece entirely on both sides as it is not on later models of Wranglers, and frankly is not needed - The smart start/stop, that turns your engine off at stop lights, does not work all of the time. I believe that this is due to the installation of the dual battery kit. This has never posed an issue to me, and I have never had an issue with the car not starting. However, it will occasionally just ping to let you know that that feature is no longer working. This is something that you can also turn off with a button on the center console. - Finally, there is a small crack on the Ursa Minor, right were you would jump into it from the drivers side. This crack was made in early 2021, and has not propagated since. I have continued to use this top for ~50+ nights since with no issues. I have contacted Ursa Minor about it, but they could do little. I did construct a brace that is attached to the cabinets that supports that section. As stated, I am 260lbs, and this has been essentially a non-issue. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments, or concerns. Thank you!


  • make: Jeep
  • model: Wrangler
  • year: 2020
  • fuel: Gasoline
  • odometer: 87,000 miles
  • sleeps: 2
  • seats: 2
  • type: Other
  • roof: Popup


  • ac_unit
    Air conditioner
  • health_and_safety
  • Solar panels
  • electrical_services
    Power inverter
  • Heater
  • Ceiling fan
  • Backup camera
  • shower
  • Extra storage
  • Toilet
  • accessible_forward
    Wheelchair accessible
  • AWD
  • 4WD
  • electric_rickshaw
  • Tow hitch
  • tv
  • Water tank
  • Leveling jacks
  • pedal_bike
    Bike rack


  • kitchen
  • Stove
  • Sink
  • dining
  • microwave
  • Oven

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