Final Edition of V-8 Jeep Wrangler Priced Above $100,000

Enhanced Rubicon 392: Added height, slick decals, and the ultimate V-8 Wrangler.

In 2020, Jeep caused some confusion with the addition of a 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 to the Wrangler family. The impressive speed of reaching 60 mph in approximately 4.5 seconds and conquering a quarter-mile track in just 13 seconds are not typically concerns for traditional Wrangler buyers. However, the introduction of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 was never about conforming to tradition. Four years have passed since its release, and it remains the champion of the Wrangler lineup. But soon, its reign will come to a close.

Jeep enthusiasts will soon say goodbye to the beloved V-8-engine powered Wrangler, as production will end with the 2024 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition. This fittingly named model will have a limited run of 3,700 units, with the majority (3,600) staying in North America. The United States will receive 3,300 vehicles while Canada will get 300, leaving only 100 Hemi-powered Wranglers for the rest of the globe.

For those willing to shell out a substantial $101,890 initial cost (which includes a $1,895 destination fee), they will receive the identical 6.4-liter, 470-horsepower V-8 that was found in previous Rubicon 392 editions. The eight-speed automatic gearbox remains unchanged as well, and Jeep emphasizes that the formidable 470 pound-feet of maximum torque is available at low RPMs, making it an ideal choice for brave individuals who wish to test their expensive Wrangler on challenging off-road trails.

The Final Edition of this vehicle offers some distinct enhancements, such as a suspension lift of half an inch. It also comes equipped with additional features, including rock sliders, a grille guard, and an 8,000-pound winch. The Xtreme 35 Tire Package is also standard, featuring 17-inch wheels that can accommodate beadlocks and 35-inch tires. On the outside, the Rubicon 392 Final Edition can be recognized by its unique decals on the hood and fender vents. Moving inside, the seats are adorned with black Nappa leather and accents in gold, giving it a luxurious feel. A special badge further denotes this model as the Final Edition trim.

If you decide to purchase a regular 2024 Rubicon 392, Jeep guarantees that you will receive the Xtreme 35 Tire Package as part of the standard package. This includes 12-way power heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a front off-road camera. A brief examination on Jeep’s configurator reveals that a 2024 Wrangler Rubicon 392 starts at $93,440, which is slightly lower than the Final Edition but still a considerably expensive option for off-roading enthusiasts.

The manufacture of the final V-8 Jeep is scheduled to commence in the spring of 2024. Customers can place their orders now, although there is no set date for when these vehicles will be available for delivery. However, this does not mark the end of Hemi-powered vehicles. The honor of being the ultimate model with a Hemi engine will most likely go to the Dodge Durango, as it is currently reaching the end of its V-8 production and will conclude with a final batch of Last Call versions by the end of this year.

Source: Jeep

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