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2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 First Drive Review: Noise And Smiles


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Apr 21, 2018
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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.


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