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The Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition SUV, priced at almost $100,000, will be sold in the US, Canada and other countries, but its circulation will be limited to 3,700 copies. The main difference from the regular Wrangler Rubicon 392 is a suspension lift, enhanced sill protection, a guardrail and a Warn winch with a traction force of 3.6 tons. As standard, the Rubicon 392 Final Edition is also equipped with the Xtreme 35 package, which is standard on all cars of the 2024 model year.

The Jeep brand, like other brands of the Stellantis concern, says goodbye to the HEMI eights. The last car with this engine will be the Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition. The SUV will be produced in quantities of 3,700 units (3,300 for the States, 300 for Canada, 100 for the rest of the world) and will be sold in the United States for $99,995, which corresponds to 9.15 million rubles. Like all 2024 392 Rubicons, it will receive the Xtreme 35 package with 35-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires and an expanded equipment list.

In addition to exclusive stickers, the final SUVs will receive increased ground clearance to 295 millimeters, a Warn winch, enhanced sill protection and a guardrail. The interior will feature Nappa leather trim, Mayan gold stitching and Tupelo accents reserved for the special edition. A medallion on the gear lever, as well as a special plate on the tailgate will tell you that it belongs to a special series. A Mopar folding table and an 83-piece tool kit will also be standard. But the on-board compressor will remain an option.


Under the hood of the Wrangler Rubicon 392 is a naturally aspirated HEMI 6.4 engine, developing 481 horsepower and 637 Nm of torque. The transmission is an eight-speed TorqueFlite 8HP75 automatic and a two-speed transfer case. The Rubicon 392 also has a functional Tri-Level Hydro-Guide air intake, a Torque Reserve function that creates a reserve of torque when starting from two pedals, and an AMax gear shift algorithm that matches the shift strategy to the available traction. All together allows it to accelerate to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.5 seconds and cover the standard drag distance (402 meters) in 13 seconds.

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