Okay, we get it. You still want a Jeep Wrangler, but are unwilling to pay the minimum $30k for a new one. Totally understandable. Just to be aware in case you aren’t already, Wrangler owners love to modify them for even more wicked outdoor adventures. They often try to earn back some of their investment when they sell, so it’s your call of you’re game for this. Finding a stock Wrangler also is not hard, leaving the option open for you to do your own dream off-road mods. Take this 2010 Wrangler Sport, for example. It’s yours for $17,900. It has less than 75,000 miles, V6 power, and the popular hardtop.