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2004 Jeep Wrangler Sahara [TJ]

2004 Jeep Wrangler [TJ] in Mr. Bean's Holiday, Movie, 2007 IMDB

Class: Cars, Off-road / SUV — Model origin: US — Made for: EU

2004 Jeep Wrangler Sahara [TJ]

Position 00:39:11 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Ralph DE

2007-04-01 16:47

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Ddey65 US

2007-04-01 16:55

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Wrangler.

Neptune US

2007-04-01 19:07

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It’s at least a 2003 model (the Auto Dimming Rearview Mirror is visible) The Jeep Wrangler is a "Sahara Edition", (Sahara Edition for the USA, I don’t know if it’s called the same elsewhere)

nubby US

2007-08-23 22:24

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Import, probably. How common are American cars in the UK?

-- Last edit: 2007-08-23 22:33:10

antp BE

2007-08-23 23:09

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This is in France actually.
Wrangler Sahara is sold there: http://www.jeep.fr/A_gamme/wrangler/tarifs/default.asp (either 3.8 V6 or 2.8 CRD engine)

nubby US

2007-09-29 04:10

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Just curious, how common are American cars on the road in Europe?

-- Last edit: 2007-09-29 04:10:46

garco NL

2007-09-29 05:51

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Not really common. Exepts for Chryslers (in Holland)
(Grand) Voyager is/was in the list of top-selling big MPV's, Jeep Cherokee is doing well also.
I had a Chrysler Neon but it seems that I was the only one... ;)

chris40 UK

2007-09-29 09:24

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garco wrote Not really common. Exepts for Chryslers (in Holland)
(Grand) Voyager is/was in the list of top-selling big MPV's, Jeep Cherokee is doing well also.
I had a Chrysler Neon but it seems that I was the only one... ;)


Much the same in the UK.
Chryslers - and I think Cherokees - are built by Steyr at Graz, Austria, although with the Mercedes/Chrysler divorce this may change. The 300C is selling in small numbers to people who like American cars, or like their cars showy ...
Garco, that's what you get for thinking outside the box: the Neon never caught on here either :/

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-09-29 11:28

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nubby wrote Just curious, how common are American cars on the road in Europe?


At least for Spain the most common ones are the ones that has been here with us for decades now, such as Chrysler, or Ford (well, it is Ford Europe so it doesnt count i guess), now you see more Cadillacs ( :love: ) but not many unfortunately, we also have Chevrolets, but once again it doesnt count as the majority of them are Daewoos with the chevrolet badge on, if we had the real ones here as well... anyway, also Dodge is seen a lot in here, i have already seen now few Caliber and Nitro, and next year ( i think it is next year, im not sure) we will have Infiniti between us :D , so more american cars, oh and a minivan ive seen few tmes as well, not many but few of them which is quite a lot for an american vehicles was the Pontiac Trans Sport, though that one was offically sold here i think, this also deopends if you go to a bigger capital like Madrid, you see far more american vehicles than in a small region like mine can be :) .

tonkatracker US

2011-10-12 22:11

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Ugly oversized bumpers = Made for EU

Gomselmash11

2011-10-12 22:23

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The USA bumpers are WORST

tonkatracker US

2011-10-12 22:30

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^ this is the second time you have said this on a Jeep Wrangler page, are you saying that you don't like the original (US-Spec) bumpers on this particular model or are you still whining about the US changing the bumpers on cars imported from Europe? (which they no longer do)

-- Last edit: 2011-10-12 22:31:20

Gomselmash11

2011-10-12 22:36

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Because i'm correct ;)
I dislike all the USA-bumpers. Okay? but you deffend the USA bumpers (ridicoulus and biggers).

atom SE

2011-10-12 22:37

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From what I understand it's the EU-spec bumpers that are the bigger ones...

tonkatracker US

2011-10-12 22:43

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Gomselmash11 wrote Because i'm correct ;)
I dislike all the USA-bumpers. Okay? but you deffend the USA bumpers (ridicoulus and biggers).


That comment makes no sense whatsoever. I haven't defended any US bumpers and nowadays most vehicles have the same bumpers whether they are sold in the USA or not. In the case of the Jeeps however the bumpers are bigger in Europe because of laws to protect pedestrians in case they get hit. Because of this all of the added plastic on these bumpers takes away from the utilitarian look of these Jeeps IMO. Like most people I hate the bumpers that European cars got for the US market in the 70s/80s but that has no bearing on my remarks here.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-12 22:55:52

rtsbusman1997 US

2011-10-12 23:26

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Gomselmash11 wrote Because i'm correct ;)
I dislike all the USA-bumpers. Okay? but you deffend the USA bumpers (ridicoulus and biggers).


Well, tonkatracker's comment was both truthful AND informative, so you are incorrect.

tonkatracker wrote Ugly oversized bumpers = Made for EU


I thought that the bumpers were the same size on all models.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-12 23:27:55

tonkatracker US

2011-10-12 23:35

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The Wranglers sold outside of the US had plastic bumper cover with filler panels added to the bumpers to fill the gap between the bumper and the fender flare also to lengthen the bumper so that it comes out level with the flare.

Compare the above picture to this US spec one: /i324146.jpg

The next generation JK Wranglers had even more plastic added when in EU form:

US Spec- /vehicle_342630-Jeep-Wrangler-JK-2007.html

EU Spec- /vehicle_109938-Jeep-Wrangler-JK-2007.html

jacklb EN

2012-06-30 08:29

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if anybody's wondering the music playing in this part is by matt willis and the song is called "crash"

130rapid PL

2012-11-30 21:22

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2004+ interior mirror.

kudos SX

2014-07-07 17:11

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-- Last edit: 2014-07-07 17:11:45

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