Goodnight Sweet Price: Jeep Ends Wrangler 392 Production With $100,000 Final Edition

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2020 was a weird time. Not because of Covid-19 or the election or anything that actually mattered. No, it was weird because Jeep decided the best thing to do was shove a 6.4-liter Hemi V8 under the hood of a Wrangler and put it on sale. I have thanked the automaker every day for making this wild decision, but it seems like the good times are about to come to a close. Don’t be too sad, though, because, in typical Stellantis fashion, this vehicle is going out with a bang, and it’s called the 2024 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition.

The final V8 Wrangler is taller and more expensive than any 392 before it. Its starting price is a whopping $101,890 (including $1,895 for destination). You still get the same 6.4-liter Hemi V8 that pushes out the same torque and horsepower numbers (470 for both) through an eight-speed automatic that can be found in other 392s. Don’t worry, though. Jeep added some extra goodies to make the Final Edition a bit more special.

Among other things, there is a half-inch suspension lift, rock sliders, a grille guard, a Warn winch rated for 8,000 pounds and special decals on the hood and fender vents. You also get the Xtreme 35 Tire Package as standard with 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels and 35-inch tires. Beefy.