The X model is available for 2 doors versions. It is the "bare bones" wrangler that can be customized to a buyers specifications adding such options as air conditioning and other accessories.It was renamed "Sport Base" in 2010
So in other words, it can have all kinds of options added, but most probably were bare bones with very little upgraded.
I have an "X", it was cheap and fun to customize it to how I wanted it. Did I mention it was cheap, all the stuff I wanted in it was much cheaper to buy on my own and install compared to what the dealer would have charged me for stuff that was not as good by comparison.
2002 TJ, 3" RCD coil springs, 1" body lift, 32" BFG AT KO's, 15X10 Cragar Soft 8's, Rocky Mount Discos, Skyjacker Nitro 8000's, new Rugged Ridge soft top (VERY LOUD!!!!). PowerAid throttle body spacer, AIRAID CAI, DYNOMAX Super Turbo CATBACK.
Rocking the country music through a Sony Xplod head unit (iPod/iPhone compatible) 300W Dual amp, 10" Pioneer sub in the back.
I have an 07 X. nowadays they're called Sports. like others said, it's the bottom line base model. mine has nothing fancy except stock 4.10 gears (the X got it with the tow package in those days) and TracLock. that's it. no power windows, doors, painted fenders, fancy lockers, U-Connect, NOTHING. seats and a steering wheel
love it best bang for the buck jeep you can get. the stock tires are fine for most causual offroaders if you air down offroad. for any serious offroader some new tires will be a must but those can come pretty cheap if you look.
2008 Wrangler X. K and N drop in filter and BFG Mud Terrains.