Sahara - body colored fender flares and most of the comfort stuff. Rubicon - heavy duty axles, air lockers, low range transfer case, larger tires. best suited for off-road use
Taller springs and shocks
i was wondering what the difference is between the Jeep Wrangler and the Jeep Rubicon A: Sahara is a wrangler trim package (it's the same vehicle) A:Rubicon is a wrangler with significant upgrades. air locking differentials, suspension lift, tires and wheels, etc.
The difference between them is about $5,000.00 and some bling they are both wranglers. Captain911
The unlimited x is the 4 door version, you would want the Wrangler Sahara or Rubicon.
Not much difference between the two, the year between them pretty much equals the difference out. If there is a difference in motors it may make a difference but I would say they are even.
A TJ is a Wrangler they just say Wrangler because they've changed the designation from CJ to YJ to TJ. The difference for example is a YJ is 1996 and older and a TJ is newer than 1996. The model differences come when they say TJ Sport or Sahara or Rubicon (for instance)
In 2004 Jeep came out with the two door Wrangler Unlimited, it was 10 inches longer than the standard wrangler. In 2005 Jeep released the Rubicon Unlimited. Later in 2005 they released the "Sahara Edition" Rubicon Unlimited in response to the movie "Sahara" which featured a Jeep Wrangler. They continued producing all three models until 2007 when the four-door Wrangler Unlimited was released.
2005 and 2006 Wrangler Unlimited LJ 2 doors were available in Rubicon and Sahara models...
The Jeep Wrangler 2011 models start at a price of $22,045.00 for a Jeep Wrangler Sport. A Jeep Wrangler Sport S starts at $24,245, Jeep Wrangler Sahara starts at $27,745.00, Jeep Wrangler Sahara 70th Anniversary starts at $29,055.00, a Jeep Wrangler Mojave starts around $29,775.00, and the most expensive Jeep is the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon that starts at around $29,820.00.
There is no difference. The Sahara is a desert.
The Wrangler X is a trim model below the Sport. Wrangler, X, Sport, Sahara, <insert specialty trim package here> i.e. Golden Eagle The Sport typically came with both soft and hard top, some Sahara available options and other minor trim differences.
Jeep has a Wrangler Sahara.
Be more specific TJ Rubicon wheels will fit on any TJ model X, Sahara, SE, RME, Apex, Willys, ect. TJ WHEELS WILL NOT FIT ON A JK AND JK WHEELS WILL NOT FIT ON A TJ JK Rubicon wheels will fit on any JK
Curb Weight Wrangler X, Man. / Auto Trans. 3760 lbs. / 3785 lbs. Wrangler Sahara, Man. / Auto Trans. 3951 lbs. / 3976 lbs. Wrangler Rubicon, Man. / Auto Trans. 4104 lbs. / 4129 lbs.
No. A 2009 Wrangler and a 1989 Wrangler have a different bolt pattern.
Yes, they should be the same motor.
Jeep CJs and Jeep Wranglers came in all sorts of "trim packages." The list includes Laredo, Sport, Renegade, Levi Edition, Sahara, Rubicon, Golden Eagle, etc, etc. The 1994 Jeep Wrangler (YJ) was available in a few different packages including the Sahara Edition trim package. So, in answer to your question, BOTH are Wranglers but one has the Sahara p[ackage. It included fancier stuff, like bigger tires and wheels, nicer interior, better suspension - things like that. The Sahara had either a round or a type-only "Sahara" sticker on each side of the vehicle too. Usually had a palm tree in the graphic. Also, the Sahara version came in a select few paint color schemes, like Tan, Olive Drab, etc. For instance, there were no red or yellow Sahara models.
The Sahara is a desert and gets no rain. Rainforest has rain everyday.
The Jeep Wrangler Sahara was introduced 1997. The Sahara came with exclusive decals, seats and trim. It also had full steel doors and body colored rocker sills.
The paint code for a 1988 Jeep Wrangler Sahara is PJ5 it is also called yellowish green.
the difference is the Sahara desert is the most desert that is next to the equater and its the hottest desert in the world
No, it needs to be 97-06 wranglers.