About The JEEP® Wrangler Rubicon Trim Level


Are there any other off-road dominating vehicles more iconic than a Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon? We don't think so, and that's for a reason. Since their birth in the fires of WWII, the Jeep® brand has represented a pure-spirited drive toward true go-anywhere capabilities, with some of the toughest 4x4 engineering backing that goal up. They've come a long way, and the Jeep® Wrangler lineup has come to stand for this trailblazing spirit in modern times. Within the Jeep® Wrangler range, the Rubicon trim stands out with off-road-ready features that are impossible not to be impressed by.

2021 JEEP® Wrangler Rubicon Off-Road Capabilities

Speaking of which, when you find one in our new Jeep® inventory, you'll be leaving other 4x4s in your dust when the going gets tough. To begin with, any Wrangler is incredibly capable, but a Wrangler Rubicon takes things further, starting with the addition of 33-inch all-terrain tires. Great, but traction in tough spots won't protect your Wrangler; however, 10.8-inches of ground clearance, steel skid plates, rock rails, and winch-capable steel bumpers will do the job — and that's what the Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon trim offers. It also offers an Off-Road+ button, adjusting throttle response, transmission shift points, and the traction control system for peak performance in the toughest of terrain — whether sand, rock, or mud.

But that's just the start, and with the part-time Rock-Trac® 4x4 system standard, traversing rock formations is easy with an 84:1 crawl ratio offered when equipped with a manual transmission. Serious articulation is a must in such scenarios, and an Electronic Sway Bar Disconnect system allows for just that at the push of a button. Even then, you won't get far without locking your diffs. That's why both new and recent used Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon models offer Tru-Lok® electronic locking differentials front and rear for proper power distribution.

2021 JEEP® Wrangler Rubicon Towing Capacity and Practicality

So the Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon is properly optimized for off-road adventures, but you probably knew that already. You may also know that trims like the Jeep® Wrangler Sahara and Rubicon can bring toys like side-by-sides and ATVs along with them to the trails. Choose a two-door Wrangler Rubicon, and, when properly equipped, you'll get a 2,000-lb tow rating, or opt for four-doors and get up to 3,500-lbs of tow capacity when properly equipped.

Any new or recent model-year used Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon also offers up to 72.4 cubic feet of cargo room and 104 cubic feet of passenger volume with seating for five in four-door form. So bring along all your friends and their belongings to those trail sessions too.

2021 JEEP® Wrangler Rubicon Price

We'll start by letting you know that we have competitive Jeep® Wrangler lease deals waiting for you. That said, when looking at a Wrangler Rubicon, excluding fees, taxes, and further costs, the starting MSRP for a two-door model is $39,765, while the four-door carries a starting MSRP of $43,265.1

Frequently Asked Questions:

What Is the Difference Between the JEEP® Wrangler Sport and the Rubicon?

In a nutshell, the Wrangler Sport is the base model Wrangler. That means iconic off-road abilities, practicality, and signature Jeep® looks in an affordable package. On the other side, there are steps up in the creature-comforts department like the 2021 Jeep® Wrangler Unlimited. Rubicon Wrangler models, on the other hand, are among the top-of-the-line trim levels, packing huge amounts of off-road-optimized features, interior niceties, stand-out aesthetic elements, and much more. You can't go wrong with either, but think of the Wrangler Sport as the affordable way to experience legendary Jeep® capabilities, while the Wrangler Rubicon is a no-compromise beast.

What Is the Towing Capacity of a JEEP® Wrangler Rubicon?

Whether it's a 2021 Jeep® Wrangler Sahara for sale or a Wrangler Rubicon you're looking at, towing capacity in the Wrangler lineup is fairly similar across the board and is split by one major factor. That factor is how many doors you configure your Wrangler with. On two-door Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon models, you're looking at a towing capacity of 2,000 lbs when properly equipped. Meanwhile, when you opt for a four-door Wrangler Rubicon, this tow rating becomes 3,500 lbs when properly equipped — enough to bring toys like an ATV to your next weekend out on the trails.

1MSRP excludes destination, taxes, title and registration fees. Starting at price refers to the base model, optional equipment not included. A more expensive model may be shown. Pricing and offers may change at any time without notification. To get full pricing details, see your dealer.

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