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It’s Now Easier than Ever to Sell Your Jeep in Boston, MA.

Ashwini is currently the owner of a new luxurious Lexus LS 560. Before he moved to his new sedan, he owned and drove this 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sahara that you see above. His transition was smooth and shocking at the same time. Hardly do you ever expect to get a check quickly when you decide to sell your Jeep Wrangler in Boston, MA.

This was Ashwini’s experience when he first reached out to us. While sitting at the comfort of his home in Malden, he received a quote from Boston Car Buyers after filling out his details on our website.

He then reached out to us and set up an appointment to come to our office in Cambridge. Ashwini was shocked that in less than 5 minutes, we had offered him a price higher than the quote he had received online by $500. We then got into the office and prepared all the paperwork. Once everything was done, he left with a check and a complimentary Uber ride home.

The current used car market in the USA for quality Jeep Wranglers is strong. This is thanks to the ability of this off-road SUV to retain its value. If you’re looking to sell your Jeep in MA like Ashwini, don’t shy away from reaching out to us. Our company takes away the hassle of finding a reliable buyer.

Market Condition

Ashwini’s Jeep Wrangler comes with the Sahara trim package. When he first bought it, he picked the following options:

1. An $895 Cold Weather Group option that adds heated front seats, heated steering wheel, and remote-start system.

2. A $2,000 8-speed automatic transmission package that adds the 3rd Generation Dana® Solid Rear Axle, Hill Descent Control, and Tip Start.

3. A $1,095 Black Freedom Top® 3-Piece Hard Top package that includes a rear window wiper/washer and defroster as well as a Freedom Panel Storage Bag.

The MSRP on the car was $43,280. This included a 5-year or 60,000-mile powertrain limited warranty. Ashwini had only put 9,000 miles on his Jeep before deciding to sell it to us in Boston, MA.


This rugged and rough SUV maintains its exceptional performance both on-road and off-road. It’s designed specifically for the beaten paths of Massachusetts and comes equipped to take on anything you throw at it.

A Sahara and Trail Rated badge are two of the features that distinguish the Wrangler Sahara from other SUVs. The exterior is as appealing as ever and boasts of everything a Jeep is supposed to have. Ashwini got his model with 18-inch polished wheels, a full-size spare tire, tubular side steps, black fender flares, front fog lamps, and power heated mirrors.


Powerful Engine

The Sahara is propelled forward by a 3.6-liter V6 engine that churns 285 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 260 lb-ft of torque at 4,800 rpm. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is also available as an option. In both cases, you get a motivated power unit that’s ready to climb mountains and knock out some debris.

The V6 engine is paired with an optional eight-speed automatic transmission built to improve the vehicle’s overall drivability. It’s able to get from 0-60 mph in 7.6 seconds. This is neither fast nor slow. But, it’s enough to climb steep hills, pass other vehicles, and accelerate adequately onto the freeway.

Enhanced Comfort


The Wrangler isn’t the most comfortable SUV you’ll ever drive. Its rugged exterior nature is also transmitted into the cabin. The ride can get shaky on lumpy and cracked roads. While this will not upset your stomach, it will send shivers into the cabin when you hit a pothole or sharp edge.

People say it’s a Jeep thing. It’s the perfect set up for an adventure-loving owner. The front seats are supportive and comfortable for long drives. They are also well-shaped, upright, and boast a proper lower cushion. Their setup makes it easy to stay attentive while driving.

Reduced Road Noise and Better Driving

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sahara is a lot quieter than its predecessors. While it may not be completely silent, it comes with a well-sealed cabin that prevents substantial wind flow into its boxy body. The noise is still there, but there’s a reason why.

The SUV is a five-star machine when it comes to maneuvering uneven surfaces. It’s well-coordinated and more than willing to do the difficult work that other cars can’t. Its focus on tackling unchartered territories means that you get a sturdy build that isn’t common with most vehicles.


The Sahara utilizes its power and interior space efficiently. The cabin features a decent glovebox and a center console of reasonable size. Four cup holders are provided for your beverages while the doors have enough space for small items and maps.

The vehicle also comes with 31.7 cubic feet of cargo space. Its tall and squared design is useable and large enough for luggage of average size. More than 72.4 cubic feet of space can be achieved once you fold the seats and access the underfloor compartment.

In addition to this, the three rear seats have child safety seat accommodation as standard. While your kids may need a bit of help climbing in, once they are settled, the auto-locking belts and top tethers will keep them safe throughout the trip.


The Wrangler has previously been accused of staying behind the technological curve. The 2018 Sahara makes substantial strides to break this notion. It comes with smartphone integration and touchscreen navigation.

An 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen system is available as an option. It’s quick to respond and provides sharp and decent graphics. Jeep included a mixture of touchscreen controls, knobs, and buttons to make it easy to switch between navigation, AM/FM/HD radio, and XM satellite.

Smartphone integration is at its best. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay provide an opportunity to change from Bluetooth when listening to your music. You also get two USB ports at the front and two more at the back. These are provided alongside three dependable and seamless USB-C ports.

Driver Assist Features

Safety is paramount when it comes to driving. As such, the Wrangler Sahara provides driver aids that make sure you get to your destination safe. Such aids include cross-traffic alerts, parking lot proximity warnings, and blind-spot monitoring. These work seamlessly and are easy to access.

Jeep took things up a notch and included Advanced Multistage front air bags, supplemental front-seat side air bags, electronic stability control, remote keyless entry, security alarm, and electronic roll mitigation.

If you wish to sell your Jeep in MA, we are buying

Ashwini’s experience with us is not unique. When you choose to sell your car to Boston Car Buyers, you can expect the best customer service.  The process is smooth and stress-free.

Whether you want to sell a car, SUV, or truck; it will take less than 30 minutes to get your check and have everything done for you. Our buying agents will meet you wherever you are and whenever you’re available for a quick transaction that is hassle-free. If you’re looking to sell your Jeep in Boston, MA like Ashwini, you can reach out to us to make arrangements.