2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Owner's Manual
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon features a high level of interior trim and an impressive off-road kit. For example, 33-inch, all-terrain BF Goodrich tires, dual differential locking system, rugged axles and massive tires. The front bumper is made of steel and can withstand a winch. The doors are removable and the roof can be quickly folded down, making the Rubicon particularly handy when driving off-road.
A special package is available with additional lighting – fog lights and taillights. The interior accommodates four people, the seats are fabric, the materials of manufacture are durable and of high quality. The base version has a “simplified” look to the interior, but luxury enthusiasts can purchase leather upholstery, a steering wheel and heated seats.
The Wrangler Rubicon 2021 lineup includes three engines: 285-horsepower V6, 270-horsepower four-cylinder, and a new 375-horsepower hybrid engine with two electric motors. As written above, the front and rear differential locks improve off-road mobility and overcome high difficulty obstacles. The True-Lok system evenly distributes power to all wheels, allowing the SUV to move confidently over rocks.
The optional Safety Group package adds blind spot monitoring, cross-traffic alert and parking assistant. The Advanced Safety Group package includes Adaptive Cruise Control, Collision Avoidance and Lane Departure Warning.
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