Anyone out there who’s been holding out hope of buying a 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 now knows how much that hope will cost them. As you might expect, the highly anticipated 470 horsepower 392 cubic-inch V8-powered Rubicon is the most expensive Wrangler offered. The Rubicon 392 has a base price of $74,995.
That makes it nearly $20,000 more expensive than the second most expensive Jeep model, the Wrangler High Altitude 4xe hybrid. The hybrid model has a base price of $55,065. For those wondering, a typical four-door Rubicon with a V6 engine under the hood costs $43,710 for starters.
You get more than that big V8 engine for your $75,000 purchase, though. Rubicon 392 models also include a strengthened frame, FOX 2.0 shocks, a two-inch suspension lift, 33-inch tires, beadlock-capable wheels, steel bumpers, body-colored hardtop, fender flares, and LED lights. On the other typical Rubicon amenities like locking differentials and electronic disconnecting anti-roll bars are included as well.
The options list for the Rubicon 392 is very short, including only the Dual Door Group, Dual Top Group, and Sky Power Top. Buyers can also option the Rubicon 392 with the Trailer Tow Package. Add any of those options to the list, and you can bet the price will increase by thousands of dollars. The Wrangler Rubicon 392 lands at dealerships this spring.
Source:: 95 Octane