Used Jeep for Sale in Tucson


THE SMART SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO BUYING USED JEEPS FOR SALE IN TUCSON

Jeeps are some of the toughest used SUVs for sale in Tucson, with the ability to master mile after mile of difficult terrain with incredible ease. It’s much the same way that Goliath Auto Sales helps eliminate the bumps on the road to used-car ownership. We do everything we can to ensure you have an outstanding experience at Goliath regardless of whether you’re shopping for a used Jeep or just about any other used car. And we have the awards to prove it, including multiple Top Rated Dealer trophies from real customers as reported by the CarGurus platform.

We’re here for the long haul at Goliath Auto Sales!


WHY BUY USED JEEPS FROM GOLIATH AUTO SALES?

First off, we’ve fully adapted to the modern realities of buying a used car in two ways: We have a clean and conveniently located showroom N. La Cholla Blvd., where the health and well-being of our customers, community, and staff are at the top of our priority list. Goliath Auto Sales then supports complete online buying with a virtual showroom, vehicle-walkaround videos, Facetime interactions. We’re also available for shopping by appointment, either at our location or yours.

Goliath Auto Sales can even deliver vehicles. In fact, our shipping expertise, combined with our superior all-around shopping experience, has earned us customers from across the country.

In addition, while we’re talking about geography, keep in mind that even though our address is in Tucson, Goliath Auto Sales is technically located in Pima County where they don’t charge the city’s 2.6% sales tax. It’s a small but noticeable savings that, for example, adds up to $260 off on one of our $10,000 used cars — which already reflect Goliath’s commitment to fair-market pricing. Needless to say, those are savings you won’t find with the used cars for sale in Tucson’s taxable areas.

The finishing touch comes from easy financing that we make available for drivers with all kinds of credit histories. Get pre-approved in just a few minutes with our secure online applications and then get shopping!


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EQUIPMENT HIGHLIGHTS WITH USED JEEPS FOR SALE IN TUCSON

If you’re like most people, the first thing you think of when you think of a Jeep is its amazing off-road performance. But it’s important to remember that today’s Jeeps can also be some of the most comfortable and well-equipped used SUVs for sale in Tucson. Even Jeep’s iconic rock crawler — the Wrangler — can showcase its share of high-end cues. As for the lineup as a whole, the current crop of used Jeeps can reward you with flagship levels of luxury, fantastic infotainment resources, and intelligent assistance technologies for semi-autonomous driving. Please keep in mind, however, that exact features may vary by model and model year.

  • For premium performance in extreme conditions, complete with Trail Rated certification, used Jeep SUVs and trucks rely on multiple four-wheel-drive systems with Quadra-Lift air suspensions, semi-active damping, robust Dana axles, two-speed transfer cases, locking differentials, protective skid plates, dedicated crawl control functionality, and more.
  • High-tech functionality is at your service with help from trail-focused camera systems for better views of upcoming terrain, camera-based hitch guidance to simplify trailering, and Jeep’s exclusive Off-Road infotainment screens to monitor off-pavement telemetry.
  • As mentioned, a select number of used Jeeps is available with semi-autonomous driving from the brand’s Highway Assist System (which is not meant to be a substitute for the driver’s active attention to the road).
  • Individual driver-assistance systems for used Jeeps include automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision warning, automatic parking assistance, rear cross-traffic alert, driver attention monitors, intersection collision assistance, night vision, head-up displays, and digital rearview mirrors.
  • The most screen-friendly used Jeeps can carry some 75 inches of total screen display area that blends digital instrument panels, huge central touchscreens, and even touchscreens for the front passenger. Infotainment tech like that is further supported by full-color navigation, wireless charging, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, WiFi compatibility, voice recognition, and Amazon Fire TV.
  • Turning to the most luxurious used Jeeps, those can be lavishly equipped with Nappa leather upholstery, heated/ventilated seating, front-row massage functionality, real open-pore wood trim, signature LED lighting, panoramic sunroofs, hands-free access, head-up displays, huge alloy wheels, and Harman Kardon and McIntosh sound systems.
  • Many used Jeeps make excellent choices for open-air driving, thanks to their fully removable tops, detachable doors, and fold-down front windshields.
  • An electrifying selection of pluggable used Jeeps is surging towards the marketplace as well for modern adventures with off-road EV capability.

POPULAR USED JEEPS FOR SALE IN TUCSON

Goliath Auto Sales is locally owned and operated by real Tucsonians who also have decades of automotive experience. As a result, we’re right in tune with the city’s unique lifestyles and know just which of the used cars for sale in Tucson are preferred by area drivers. It’s a major advantage when it comes to stocking our inventory with in-demand Jeeps. The brand’s best-known models include:

  • The Jeep Wrangler still rocks an immediately recognizable design and is raring to go just about wherever — and whenever — you want. Choose between used Wranglers with two or four doors, removable hard or soft tops, and a wide range of powertrains that include award-winning V6s, HEMI V8s, plug-in hybrid setups, efficient and energetic diesels, and high-torque, high-efficiency turbos.
  • Taking the Wrangler’s ready-for-anything attitude and adding an open cargo bed and mighty towing capability, the Jeep Gladiator truck also shares its sibling’s commitment to complete open-air excitement.
  • The full-size Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer wrap the brand’s hallmark capability and toughness in three-row packages with the sort of incredible deluxe details you’d more likely expect from the industry’s most prestigious auto brands.
  • A midsize SUV with masterful engineering, the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Grand Cherokee L are available with two- and three-row cabins and can supply superior advantages on the road, on the trail, and even on the track: The dynamic Trackhawk edition serves up a supercharged HEMI for 707 hp, 0-60 runs in only 3.5 seconds, and a top speed of 180 mph.
  • The Jeep Renegade, Compass, and Cherokee are the easy entry points to the brand’s lineup, but rest assured: There’s no shortage of capability in these compact used Jeeps, especially in their Trail Rated Trailhawk trim levels.
  • Special- and limited-edition used Jeeps can enhance the brand’s do-it-all spirit with dramatic appearance and performance upgrades — many tailored to recognize the contributions of U.S. military members.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF JEEP

Of course, there’s a very good reason why so many Jeeps show off military-related themes: The original Jeep vehicles were specifically built for the U.S. armed forces and were a key to the country’s winning efforts in World War II. Now, although three different automakers submitted plans for the vehicle program — and the final version incorporated design touches from all three — it was a company called Willys-Overland that won the first manufacturing contract. Willys then capitalized on its head start to continue Jeep production after the war. By the end of the 1940s, Willys had already expanded the lineup with the country’s first all-steel station wagon and the brand’s first truck.

The Jeep brand continued to explore different vehicle segments as the years went by, and many of the brand’s recent SUVs reflect this history in their names: The original Jeep Wagoneer helped invent luxury SUVs in the early 1960s, with the Cherokee coming in the 1970s, the Wrangler in the 1980s, and the Grand Cherokee in the 1990s. In the 2000s, and now under the ownership of the international Stellantis Group, Jeep is a global SUV icon with plenty of fans here in Tucson, too.

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