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The Xtreme Recon package deal is an possibility for the four-door Wrangler Rubicon and Rubicon 392 that provides a 1.5-inch elevate equipment, 35-inch tires on 17-inch wheels and a 4.56:1 axle ratio. The Rubicons presently come commonplace with 33-inch tires and a 4.10:1 axle ratio.
The results of the adjustments is an SUV with a 47.4-degree method angle, 26.7-degree breakover angle, 40.4-degree departure angle, 12.9 inches of floor clearance and the power to ford by means of 33.6 inches of water.
The final of these figures is .1 inch greater than the four-door Bronco’s most, which additionally has up to 11.6 inches of floor clearance and method, breakover and departure angles of 43.2, 26.3 and 37.0 levels, respectively.
Jeep hasn’t introduced pricing for the package deal but, however the order books are open for deliveries starting in August.
Jeep can even supply a new optionally available 4.88:1 axle ratio for the Wrangler Rubicon later this yr that mixes with the six-speed guide transmission to ship a 100:1 crawl ratio to maximize torque on the wheels for low-speed driving on the hardest terrain.
The Bronco’s finest ratio is 94.75:1, which is achieved with a seven-speed guide transmission that has an ultra-low crawler first gear, which might have simply trumped the present Rubicon’s determine of 84.2:1. It’s obtainable on fashions geared up with the $4,995 Sasquatch package deal, which comes with 35-inch tires and is both optionally available or commonplace on all two-door or four-door fashions together with the $31,490 base trim, whereas the four-door Rubicon begins at $44,295.
This is not the primary time Jeep has tried to rain on Ford’s parade. Last July, Jeep selected the day of the Bronco’s reveal to announce the V8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392, which is the first-ever V8 Wrangler and much more highly effective than the highest Bronco … at the very least for now.