The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392 is available as is or in the 20th Anniversary Edition guise. A 6.4-liter Hemi V8 does duty and an eight-speed automatic transmission transmits outputs of 470 hp and 470 lb-ft. It's equipped with all the off-road goodies, such as a two-speed transfer case and lockable differentials on both axles. The 20th Anniversary Edition gets a half-inch lift, steel bumpers, larger wheels, and the Xtreme Recon package as standard.
There are some concessions to modernity and comfort in the cabin, however, with dual-zone automatic climate control including rear-seat air vents, remote start and keyless entry, power windows all around, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and seats, heated front seats, adaptive cruise control with stop & go, a nine-speaker Alpine audio system, and manual tilting/telescoping steering-wheel adjustment included as standard.
Safety equipment is reasonable, but there are only four airbags - frontal and side-impact airbags for the front seats. Due to the removable doors and roof, there are no curtain airbags, while there are no rear-seat side airbags either. Additionally, the 392 has ABS with electronic brake-force distribution, stability and traction control with anti-roll functionality, blind-spot monitoring, forward-collision mitigation, and rear parking sensors included as standard.
Jeep adds most of the packages as standard, so there are only three left on the menu. The Smoker's package costs $30 and adds a cigar lighter and a removable ashtray. The Trailer-Tow package retails for $350. We reckon Jeep did not include the latter as standard for a good reason. With a 3,500 lbs tow rating, this is far from the best Jeep model for this specific application. Far more worthwhile is the Xtreme Recon 35-inch Tire package with its 4.56 rear axle ratio, 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels, wheel-flare extensions, and hinge-gate reinforcement by Mopar for $3,995.