- Apr 21, 2018
- Reaction score
- Metro Detroit
2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 First Drive Review: Noise And Smiles
The infamous off-road haven of Moab, Utah, is near and dear to the hearts of off-road enthusiasts. For years, the picturesque backdrop has challenged drivers and their four-wheel-drive SUVs like few other places can. For Jeep, though, Moab is home to the annual Easter Jeep Safari and serves as the perfect opportunity for the now 80-year-old company to interact with its customers and show off concepts that hint at future production.
Case in point: Last year, Jeep unveiled a Wrangler concept packing a Hemi V8 to tantalize its loyal evangelists. One year later, I'm here in Moab driving the production-ready Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392. And after just a few jam-packed hours behind the wheel, I can share that this Wrangler has a bigger personality than any other JL available today, at least until the plug-in 4xe hits the market in the coming months.
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is the loudest, fastest version of the car to date and can handle itself both on and off-road.