470-HP Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Launch Edition Costs $75K

  • The 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is arriving in the spring as a fully loaded launch edition model.
  • It’ll start at $74,995 and includes a hood scoop, body-colored fenders and hardtop, leather seats, and lots of standard equipment.
  • The Wrangler Rubicon 392 is powered by a 470-hp V-8, and it’s only available as a four-door model.

    The V-8–powered Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 will go on sale by the end of the spring, initially available as a fully loaded launch edition (pictured above). This 470-hp version of the Wrangler is only available with four doors, and the launch edition will start at $74,995. Cheaper models should follow soon after. (If you were wondering, Ford said that the 2021 Ford Bronco, the Wrangler’s new competitor, won’t offer a V-8.)

    The Wrangler Rubicon 392 sits 2.0 inches taller than the standard Rubicon, and the launch edition is equipped with a hood scoop, body-colored

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    Jeep Wrangler Half-Door Option Available to Order, Starts at $2350

    • If you’re a Jeep Wrangler shopper and you want the openness of a half-door, with a lower opening and removable windows, it’s time to head over to the 2021 Wrangler configurator.
    • The cost for the half doors depends on how many you need (two or four) as well as whether you choose the base or premium upper half. Not all paint colors are available with the half door, either.
    • The Dual-Door Group option has been available to order since the fall, but deliveries are just now starting, as Jeep forum users are quick to point out.

      If you’re shopping for a 2021 Jeep Wrangler, you can now pay more to get less. Less door, anyway, which some people think means more fun.

      Jeep has added half doors to the configurator for the new Jeep Wrangler JL. True to form, Jeep has kept the names for these options as byzantine

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      Lexus IS500, Wrangler 392, the New Post Mobile

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      Jeep says it will launch a 470-hp Wrangler variant called the 392

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      Ford Bronco vs. Jeep Wrangler: The War Begins

      • In case you’ve been under a rock, the all-new 2021 Ford Bronco is here.
      • Though the Bronco spec panels leave a few voids, we know now the hard basics about Ford’s highly anticipated off-roader.
      • Naturally, we scanned the Bronco technical specifications and compared the data with its innate and long uncontested competitor, the Jeep Wrangler.

        Forget about these so-called truck wars. The Toledo War is about to pop off again. You’ve never heard of the territorial dispute in 1835 between the bordering states of Michigan and Ohio? That’s okay, neither had we. But now that the new Ford Bronco is here, the Michigan-built off-roader is set to encroach on the Ohio-built Jeep Wrangler and its well-earned seat on the off-road throne. It’ll be some time before we can settle this score on the battlefield, so here’s how the two stack up on paper.


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        Jeep Teases Video of Quiet Plug-In-Hybrid Wrangler 4xe

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        Joey CapparellaCar and Driver

        • Jeep has shared a video with a nearly silent plug-in-hybrid Wrangler 4xe on the same day it showed off a Hemi-powered Wrangler Rubicon.
        • The automaker had been expected to share more details at auto shows that were canceled this year.
        • Jeep says that the electrified Wrangler is coming soon but offers up no other details.

          While the world was focused on the Bronco, yesterday Jeep tried to disrupt the hype with its V-8 Hemi-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 concept. It did turn some heads, because who wouldn’t want 450 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque in something that crawls over rocks and blasts down dirt roads? The automaker also went in a completely different direction via social media, teasing its upcoming plug-in-hybrid Wrangler 4xe.

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