The Jeep Wrangler Sahara comes as only a two door model, but it can seat up to four people inside. The Sahara trim level does come standard with features such as air conditioning and cruise control. The Sahara comes as a four wheel drive model, making it capable both on and off the road.
The Jeep Sahara weighs 3,951 pounds with a manual transmission and 3,976 pounds with an automatic transmission. The overall length of the Sahara measures 152.8 inches while the vehicle's wheelbase is 95.4 inches long. The Sahara sits wide at 73.7 inches and 70.9 inches tall. The front and rear tracks measure the same width at 61.9 inches. The Sahara's turning diameter measures 34.9 feet wide.
The Sahara seats four passengers with two in front and two in the rear. The front passengers get 41.3 inches of headroom while the rear passengers get 40.3 inches of headroom. The front passengers enjoy 41 inches of legroom and the rear passengers get 35.6 inches of legroom. The rear passengers actually get more shoulder room with 61.6 inches worth versus the front passengers' 55.8 inches of shoulder room. The front seat passengers, however, get more hip room with 55.6 inches worth while the rear seat passengers get 44.7 inches of hip room.
The Sahara comes with one engine option, a 3.8 liter V6 block that produces 202 horsepower at 5200 RPM and 237 lb-ft of torque at 4000 RPM. The engine's bore measures 3.78 inches while the stroke measures 3.43 inches. The Sahara does not come with a turbocharger or supercharger to enhance the engine's performance. Two transmissions are available, either a four speed automatic or a six speed manual transmission. Fuel mileage estimates for the Sahara come in at 15 miles per gallon in the city and 19 miles per gallon on the highway.