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In the United States, we drive left-hand-drive vehicles on the right side of the road, unless you buy a new Jeep Wrangler.Currently, there are more than 400 new Jeep Wranglers featuring right-hand drive (RHD) for sale in the U.S.
While the majority of demand for right hand vehicles comes from the postal and shipping sectors, vintage and collectible right hand drive cars are also appealing to auto enthusiasts. For Jeep lovers, the RHD Wrangler is an irresistibly unique sport utility vehicle capable of taking you and your gear wherever the road leads and beyond.
Find the best Jeep Wrangler Sport RHD for sale near you. Every used car for sale comes with a free CARFAX Report. We have 15 Jeep Wrangler Sport RHD vehicles for sale that are reported accident free, 16 1-Owner cars, and 24 personal use cars.
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You are bidding on a 94 Jeep Cherokee 2dr. Right Hand Drive Postal edition. It has the 6 cylinder 4.0 engine which is bulletproof. I bought it for my wife when she started working as a Rural Postal Carrier, but she now moved on, so the USPS loss is your gain.
Prior to the 2003 Jeep Wrangler right-hand-drive announcement, the last Jeep to be sold in the postal segment was the 2001 Jeep Cherokee, which is now discontinued. Jeep 4X4 vehicles are favored by rural letter carriers throughout the country.
Grey import vehicles are new or used motor vehicles and motorcycles legally imported from another country through channels other than the maker's official distribution system. The synonymous term parallel import is sometimes substituted. Car makers frequently arbitrage markets, setting the price according to local market conditions so the same vehicle will have different real prices in different territories. Grey import vehicles circumvent this profit maximization strategy. Car makers and local distributors sometimes regard grey imports as a threat to their network of franchised dealerships, but independent distributors don't mind since more cars of an odd brand bring in money from service and spare parts. In order for the arbitrage to work, there must be some means to reduce, eliminate, or reverse whatever savings could be achieved by purchasing the car in the lower priced territory. Examples of such barriers include regulations preventing import or requiring costly vehicle modifications. In some countries, such as Vietnam, the import of grey-market vehicles has largely been banned.
The Nissan Figaro is a front-engine, front-wheel drive, retro-styled two-door, fixed-profile 2+2 convertible manufactured by Nissan for model year 1991, and marketed in Japan — at Nissan Cherry Stores. With its design variously attributed to Naoki Sakai and/or Shoji Takahashi, twenty thousand examples were marketed by Nissan in the convertible's single year of production — all with right hand drive. Because of its origins at Pike Factory, Nissan's special project group, the Figaro — along with the Nissan Pao, Be-1 and S-Cargo — are known as Nissan's "Pike cars." In 2011, noted design critic Phil Patton, writing for the New York Times, called the Pike cars "the height of postmodernism" and "unabashedly retro, promiscuously combining elements of the Citroën 2CV, Renault 4, Mini and Fiat 500."
1965 Surrey Gala 1964 Surrey Gala The Jeep DJ (also known as the Dispatcher) was a two-wheel-drive variant of the four-wheel drive CJ series. Production started in 1955 by Willys, which was renamed Kaiser Jeep in 1963. In 1970, American Motors (AMC) purchased Kaiser’s money-losing Jeep operations and established AM General, a wholly owned subsidiary that built the DJ through 1983.