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Jeep Wranlger Rubicon 392 Final Edition: Confirmation​

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition Plaque also showcases the car’s wheelbase and overall length, along with details regarding the Hemi V8 engine under the hood and exactly where the SUV was built. We imagine this will be located on or within each of the Final Edition cars, among other noticeable features that help the Final Edition stand out from the other 392 Rubicons on the road.
 
I guess we will have to settle for the 3.6 V6 from here on out.
 
I had a ‘21 sting gray that I loved but I had a strong feeling ‘24 would be the last year, even though it’s the first year of the refresh. I traded and picked up a ‘24 hydro blue, which is the color I originally wanted to begin with (let the wife talk me out of that the first time around). Anyway, I couldn’t be happier. I love the technology updates. I thought I’d hate the red seats and new grille, but honestly I love those too. I know I’m in the minority but I think the new wheel design is way better.
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I had a ‘21 sting gray that I loved but I had a strong feeling ‘24 would be the last year, even though it’s the first year of the refresh. I traded and picked up a ‘24 hydro blue, which is the color I originally wanted to begin with (let the wife talk me out of that the first time around). Anyway, I couldn’t be happier. I love the technology updates. I thought I’d hate the red seats and new grille, but honestly I love those too. I know I’m in the minority but I think the new wheel design is way better.View attachment 30885
Sometimes you can't put a price on being happy. Glad you found the one for you.
 
My wife talked me out of Hydro Blue as well. I went with sarge green in the ‘23 and LOVED it. But we know how that ended. Then a whole bunch of people in town started copying me (or so I tell myself😏). So when it came time to replace the ‘23 with a ‘24 order, I went with Anvil. It’s definitely more subtle than Hydro but I love the color and in my personal opinion, is the best match with the Napa red seats. Earl goes well too, but I don’t like the Earl in bright sunlight. I too like the updates. Glad yours finally arrived

In relation to the final call. It tore me up for a bit. I bought the Jeep to drive it, not as a collector! I was afraid to drive it. I’ve come to my senses. I can’t remember the original poster, but Thank you to whoever made the analogy “it’s like holding off on making love to your wife so she’s more appealing to her next husband.” Or something to that effect. My friend said “it’s like one of those barn finds stowed away for 30 years. It was never enjoyed”. No politics just reality; Who know how long we’ll be able to drive these things? So yeah, I live in a salt state…I have a car wash membership and am going to try LineX It’s too fun not to drive! Last call, last model year last V8 JEEP? Who cares, it’s mine now and I’m happy doing donuts in the snow and I’ll enjoy taking the top off for the first time this summer!
 
Pretty narrow window to get my Punkn’ with the right options. So glad I puled the trigger when I did. Couldn’t be happier with the 20th Anniversary.
 
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I’m in Corpus Cristi, TX for the week for work and rented a Wagoneer. It seemed pretty quick for its size / weight on the ride to the hotel so thought it may have had the 5.7 in it. When I got to the hotel I popped the hood and I was surprised to be greeted by the Hurricane engine. I must say I’m pretty impressed with the power it puts out. The Wagoneer is a heavy vehicle and it was whipping around like a small sedan. Not sure if the next generation of Wranglers will see the Hurricane or not but this engine seems to have a lot of potential.

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I’m in Corpus Cristi, TX for the week for work and rented a Wagoneer. It seemed pretty quick for its size / weight on the ride to the hotel so thought it may have had the 5.7 in it. When I got to the hotel I popped the hood and I was surprised to be greeted by the Hurricane engine. I must say I’m pretty impressed with the power it puts out. The Wagoneer is a heavy vehicle and it was whipping around like a small sedan. Not sure if the next generation of Wranglers will see the Hurricane or not but this engine seems to have a lot of potential.

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I was there for the weekend, but I had some Buick road orb.
I think someone before said the Hurricane doesn’t fit in the wrangler engine bay. Unsure about that though.

Bonus sunrise on Padre Island.
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I was there for the weekend, but I had some Buick road orb.
I think someone before said the Hurricane doesn’t fit in the wrangler engine bay. Unsure about that though.
Lots of rumours, but like I said before Jeep claimed for years that the V8 wouldn't fit in the Wrangler too so... regardless, now that Stellantis has realized how much money they can make from souped up Jeeps, they'd be foolish not to put a new I6TT "SRT" Wrangler back out and miss out on all that profit.
 
Same, I was always disappointed I didn't get a Rubi 10A. I also always thought about sending a jeep to AEV. I just like the look of what they do. Ended up with a 20A with AEV upfit and on a V8 dying breed platform to boot. Couldn't be happier with how things worked out.
 

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