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The 2005 Jeep Wrangler TJ SE comes with world-class off-road capability at affordable prices. Jeep Wrangler remains an icon, a symbol of go-anywhere adventure. Although it's been re-engineered at least a half-dozen times over the past 60 years, the Wrangler is still as close as you can get to a direct descendent of the World War II-era Jeep. Today's Wrangler is far more civilized than those early models, though it still resembles them The 2005 Wrangler SE features a new six-speed manual gearbox. It comes with a padded roll bar, steel half-doors with side curtains, tilt steering column, a mini-console with cupholders, skid plates for the fuel tank and transfer case, gas-charged shock absorbers and P215/75R15, Rear seating (a fold-and-tumble bench) and carpeting are now standard, as is a four-speaker, AM/FM/CD stereo. This TJ include’s a fold-down windshield, removable doors and top, and a weatherproof interior. With a soft top The Wrangler SE with the four-cylinder engine is an appealing vehicle. There's something poetic about its simplicity, right down to the skinny tires. The low-cut doors and soft top are cool. The SE's 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine is rated 147 horsepower at 5200 rpm and 165 pound-feet of torque at 4000 rpm. It works best with the manual gearbox. The SE is a good vehicle for fishing, hunting, exploring. Having one attached to the back of your motor home comes in handy when tooling around small towns in rural Alberta. We drove one at Jeep's proving grounds in Michigan where it performed flawlessly.
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