Rumors and leaks about the new Wrangler have been appearing since late summer. We even spotted some test mules while conducting PickupTrucks.com testing near the Arizona-Nevada border.
I only get one day behind the wheel of the JL Wrangler, which is definitely not enough time to dismantle the off-roader bolt by bolt like I had originally planned. So I guess I’ll have to make do with just driving on a road course and on some off-road trails.
As you can see, the Rubicon’s base price crosses the Rubicon of $40,000 for the first time. And these prices seem to allay some confusion and concern among forum members regarding a recent forum post in which a Sahara test vehicle was photographed in the FCA HQ parking lot with a window sticker showing a “base price” of $45K.