Jeep is firing again on the Ford Bronco with one more Wrangler variant. Promising even higher off-road functionality than the Rubicon, the 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Xtreme Recon bundle is scheduled to debut on the 2021 Chicago Auto Present on July 14, however clients can order it now.
The Xtreme Recon bundle provides 35-inch tires, Jeep confirmed in a press launch, matching the Ford Bronco Sasquatch bundle. The BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain rubber is wrapped round 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, and the bundle additionally features a 4.56:1 axle ratio and 1.5-inch suspension carry with uniquely tuned shocks.
These modifications permits for a 47.4-degree method angle, 26.7-degree breakover angle, 40.4-degree departure angle, 12.9 inches of floor clearance, and the flexibility to ford as much as 33.6 inches of water. All of these numbers lead the category of two that consists of the Wrangler and the brand new Bronco.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 with Xtreme Recon bundle
The Xtreme Recon bundle is barely accessible on four-door Wrangler Limitless Rubicon fashions, giving the Jeep higher numbers than the four-door Bronco in all areas. Granted, the four-door Wrangler Rubicon already had a barely higher method angle than the Bronco, and the distinction in water-fording means between the 2 SUVs is simply 0.1 inch, in line with manufacturer-supplied specs.
Jeep hasn’t confirmed pricing, however stated clients can now order the Xtreme Recon bundle for the usual Wrangler Rubicon four-door or the V-8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392. Manufacturing is scheduled to start out in August.
Along with the Xtreme Recon bundle, Jeep is including a brand new 4.88:1 axle ratio for the Wrangler Rubicon. When paired with the 6-speed guide transmission, this can give the Rubicon a 100:1 crawl ratio, in line with Jeep. Will probably be accessible to order later this 12 months, the automaker stated.
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