2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Preview

January 13th, 2021 by

Take a previewed look at the new Jeep Rubicon with the powerful V8 engine today with Cross Chrysler Jeep FIAT. The new Jeep Rubicon 392 in Louisville will combine legendary ruggedness and impressive power for your Louisville adventures. Today at Cross Chrysler Jeep FIAT, we will take a sneak speak at the performance and interior the Rubicon 392 will offer when it is released. Then after you’ve previewed the Jeep Rubicon 392, take a sneak peek at the 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee L and learn more about this elevated model!

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2021 Jeep Rubicon 392 Performance and Capabilities

When the new Jeep Rubicon 392 is released in Louisville, the impressive performance will be elevated from the already capable new Jeep Wrangler. It will feature engine and suspension upgrades to take you further off the beaten path around Louisville. Explore some of the performance upgrades of the new Jeep Rubicon 392 below:

  • Introducing the most powerful Wrangler ever with the 6.4L HEMI® V8 producing 470 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. This gives the new Jeep Rubicon 392 a blazing 4.5 second 0-60 mph.
  • Not only will the Rubicon 392 be fast, but it will also feature outstanding suspension travel. It will feature an electronic sway bar disconnect and a ramp travel index of 730.
  • When traveling at high speeds, you will be impressed by the increased handling the FOX aluminum-bodied 2-inch diameter shocks provide. They present a comfortable on-road ride while still being capable of off-road conditions.

 

The new Jeep Rubicon 392 will offer Louisville drivers many more performance and capability features to explore anywhere you take it near Lexington.

2021 Jeep Rubicon 392 Interior & Exterior Features

The new Jeep Rubicon 392 will offer an elevated interior with stunning exterior features to impress you and everyone else on La Grange roads. Some of these features will stand out versus the current Wrangler models so let’s take a closer look at what makes the Rubicon 392 stand out: 

Exterior Features

  • 17-inch bead-lock-capable wheels with 33-inch mud-terrain tires
  • Hydro-guide air induction system
  • Dual-mode exhaust system
  • Available half doors

Interior Features

  • Black leather-trimmed seats with bronze interior stitching and embroidered “392” logo
  • Steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters
  • UConnect® 4C NAV and Alpine® Premium audio system
  • 7-inch full-color instrument cluster

Learn More About the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Today!

We can’t wait for you to experience the new 2021 Jeep Rubicon 392 in Louisville when it is released. Stay connected and learn more about the new Jeep Rubicon 392 by contacting us today at Cross Chrysler Jeep FIAT. In the meantime, feel free to learn more about Jeep Wrangler accessories, browse our new vehicle offers, or learn how to purchase a vehicle from home. We look forward to working with you!

 

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