Jeep Debuts 20th Anninversary Rubicon Models, 4xe and Wrangler 392 Add Performance Flair, AEV Level 2 Package Ups The Insanity

The Jeep Rubicon was the product of the shadows, with the engineers behind the model being dubbed “The Lunatic Fringe.” When The Rubicon made its debut in 2003, it proved to be a surprise hit for Jeep, and it has risen to be responsible for 25 percent of overall Wrangler sales. The 10th-anniversary model in 2013 turned up the heat on performance. Still, for the 20th anniversary, Jeep has managed to one-up itself with even more performance and off-road capability for buyers looking to possess the ultimate interpretation of the Rubicon, the 2024 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 20th Anniversary Edition.   …

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Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4xe

2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4xe Review

The Plug In Hybrid Wrangler With the market moving away from fossil fuels, Jeep has brought us the Wrangler Rubicon 4xe as an excellent stepping stone to an electric future. Be sure to scroll to the bottom to check out the videos. Outside Outside of the Rubicon 4xe we find all of the features on a standard Rubicon. However, many of those features come in a different accent. Starting from the front, we can see blue colored accents on the recovery points and on the hood decal. While the headlights are a traditional round shape, they are modern LED’s that …

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Jeep unveils V8 powered 2021 Wrangler Rubicon 392, rewrites the off-road benchmarks

It has been awhile since a V8 engine found its way into the Jeep Wrangler. For the past several decades, the most potent engine that you could get in a Wrangler was the venerable albeit wimpy 285 horsepower 3.6 liter V6. But we always knew that the Wrangler had a hidden potential for more power, and Jeep has finally delivered on the promise of a V8 powered factory Wrangler, with the unveiling of the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Jeep claims that it’s the perfect blend of both worlds, but is it? Here’s 4 key things to know about the fastest Wrangler …

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