We know the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 Rubicon and its 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque is on its way to market. Now we have an inkling on price.
The gang over at Jalopnik has screenshots of a forum post showing an order sheet that lists the order code as “27X” and the MSRP at $77,055.
Apparently, this Wrangler also has the dual-top and towing packages. It’s unclear if this price is a base price or just for this particular unit as configured.
If that pricing turns out to be accurate, it’s not all that surprising. Wranglers aren’t cheap, especially when laden with options, and a Hemi-fied (Jeep won’t use the word “Hemi” for corporate reasons, but it’s a Hemi) Wrangler will fetch a pretty penny.
People will pay for muscle, especially if they also think the vehicle has future collectible value. It’s not a direct comparison, obviously, but the last Hellcat Charger I drove cost around $80K.
If you want power, it will cost you.
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