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Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Makes Massive Moves at Moab: Dominating Dunes With Ease

Posted at Sat, Apr 10, 2021 12:00 AM

All of us here at Landmark Dodge of Atlanta have long been watching the arrival date of the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, which is a V-8 powered, rock climbing and dune-drifting master of modern times. It made its expected appearance at the legendary 2021 Easter Jeep Safari at Moab, which is where the infamous red slick rock and picturesque sand dunes that define everything the brand stands for are optimally tucked away. Jeep extended an invitation to the contributors of Yahoo Finance to experience the new vehicle's massive capability and penchant for ruling rocky terrain. 

This is an outdoor lover's ideal “Swiss Army Knife” of capability that adequately saw to the trend of massive power boost: it gets to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds, which is an astounding 40% quicker than the V6 powered Wrangler situated just beneath in engine hierarchy. This 392 runs on a different 4-wheel-drive system than other Wranglers, putting to use the Selec-Trac full-time system with an active transfer case and 2.72 low-range gear ratio. This Selec-Trac runs in a 4WD auto mode that is consistently sending power to the front and rear wheels and also features a revised transmission torque converter lockup control that runs on the same 48:1 crawl ratio as other automatic Rubicons. 

When you are primed and equipped to explore the amazing off-road areas right here in Georgia such as Moccasin Creek and 5313 Offroad Park, this is the vehicle you're gonna want to conquer the mud and mountains with a fully-fledge and prepared arsenal of power! There are upgraded frame rails, cast iron steering knuckles, and upgraded front upper control arms on top of much more powerful upgraded front brakes lifted from the truck-bed inspired Gladiator Mojave. 

The electronic front sway-bar disconnect is one of the ideal ingredients on board here that is always up to the task of boulder crawling in Moab, and if you are planning to embark on a trip that will be not as dry as southeast Utah, this Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 can easily traverse water up to 32.5 inches deep. If the hood scoop suddenly encounters extreme clogging by snow, other debris, or mud, a second air supply comes to the rescue by feeding the powerplant and allowing you to still properly haul ass with a partially or fully-blocked airpath. 

The driver-selectable Off-Road Plus mode allows you to kick the Wrangler into 4WD high and then lock the rear axle at high speed, which allows for the best traction option to accommodate sand dunes. The ability to hone in and adjust transmission shift points, throttle, and traction control are other ways to nail down way-above par performance in the off-road arena that Jeep is so well known for. With just the press of a button, the Sky One-Touch Power top provides for the ultimate in the abundant fresh air and visual perspective, and is one of the best ways to dive right in and enjoy your journey through the wanderer's perfect portal!

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