Ladies and gentlemen, meet the TFL 1995 Jeep Wrangler YJ. Why this particular generation? The YJ featured square-shaped headlights which upset Jeep loyalists, as this defied the longstanding round-shaped headlight tradition (which would return in 1996).
Check out this snowy and muddy Colorado off-road debut for our project Jeep Wrangler YJ, which has already received a three-inch lift and beefier tires.
This particular Jeep Wrangler is the Sahara edition, replete with Emerald Green Metallic paint and a spice beige interior. Power comes courtesy of the tried-and-true 4.0-L inline 6, which funnels 180 HP through an available three-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission.
While ride quality and refinement aren’t the YJ’s strong suits, it’s still a perfectly livable daily driver. One simply must appreciate this as a purpose-built, no excuses, go-anywhere, do-anything machine.
Stay tuned to TFLcar.com for regular updates to our project Jeep Wrangler YJ, as it serves daily driver duty alongside being an occasional off-road brute.
In the interim, check out this TFLcar snowy & muddy Colorado off-road review on the 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock. It may have leather and heated seats, but at the end of the day, it’s still a rugged, purpose-built Wrangler.