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 â€œ27Xâ€� and the MSRP at $77,055.
Apparently, this Wrangler also has the dual-top and towing packages. Itâ€™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, itâ€™s not all that surprising. Wranglers arenâ€™t cheap, especially when laden with options, and a Hemi-fied (Jeep wonâ€™t use the word â€œHemiâ€� for corporate reasons, but itâ€™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. Itâ€™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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