Leaked: 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 Pricing May Be Around $77,000

We knew it would be pricey, but...

Leaked: 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 Pricing May Be Around $77,000
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We knew the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 would be pricy – but is over $77K worth it?

Our friends from JLWranglerForums.com sent us a screen shot and explanation of FCA’s 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 pricing. If the image is correct, the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 is priced in the same bracket as the current Ford Raptor. That is to say, it’s not exactly inexpensive.

Check out this screen grab – it shows the codes and the price:

Here’s what the folks at JLWranglerForums.com said:

Went to check on my order and I noticed there was a price next to it. I also have a VIN, where I didn’t last time I checked (before Christmas). Maybe it’s a mistake on their site, but I think this is pretty close to where I thought it would be. When I click on the POC, there’s nothing listed. Kinda Crazy! Clarification: it shows in the system as an Unlimited Sport, but the “27X” code is the 392 package.

Leaked: 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 Pricing May Be Around $77,000

No longer just a concept, the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 will head to showrooms shortly after the PHEV Jeep Wrangler 4xe.

The 2021 Jeep Wrangler 392 comes with a stokin’ 470 horsepower Hemi V8 that makes 470 lb-ft of torque, mated solely to an 8-speed automatic transmission. FCA rates its 0-60 times at 4.5 seconds and it was timed at 13.0 seconds in the quarter mile. While it is technically a Rubicon, there are a lot of changes, mainly with the powertrain and axles.

The final drive ratio has decreased to 3.73 (from the 4.10s you get in the Rock-Trac-equipped Rubicon). Here, you get the Selec-Trac four-wheel drive system like you’d normally find on the Sahara trim, with a low-range ratio of 2.72:1 (instead of 4.0:1). The lower gearing does mean a 48:1 crawl ratio in the Wrangler Rubicon 392, though the big Hemi’s low-down torque will likely still help when it comes to low-speed off-roading.


There is a lot more going on with this Jeep – dimensions, lift and equipment have all been tweaked. Interestingly, Jeep had to tweak the Wrangler diesel a bit as well, but that model has a base price of less than $50,000. Still, considering how many up fitters and garage aces have shoved a Hemi inside a Wrangler – the price might make sense. Some of the Hemi modified Jeeps we’ve driven were worth over $100K.

Keep in mind: despite the leak, we have yet to receive confirmation on the pricing from FCA. Although, it looks pretty legit.

What do you think?

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