Jeep Wrangler V-8 Drops the Mic with a $101,890 Final Edition

2024 jeep wrangler rubicon 392 final edition
$101K Wrangler V-8 Final Edition Drops the MicJeep
  • Jeep revealed a Final Edition version of the V-8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392.

  • The Final Edition has bronze accents, Mopar accessories, and special commemorative plaques.

  • Only 3700 units will be produced in total and it starts at $101,890.

The V-8 Jeep Wrangler is going out the only way it knows how: with a bang. Jeep has just revealed the 2024 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition, a limited-run sendoff for the beastliest factory Wrangler there ever was. Unsurprisingly, it pulls out all the stops and costs a whopping $101,890 to start; this princely sum gets you all sorts of accessories and visual add-ons, along with the bragging rights of being one of 3700 lucky few to own the last of the V-8 Wranglers.

The treatment starts off with decals for the hood and front fender vents, and the 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels feature a bronze finish. A winch, a Mopar grille guard, and Mopar rock sliders come standard, and Jeep includes an 0.5 inch suspension lift kit that brings ground clearance up to 11.5 inches. Inside, the interior features black Nappa leather and gold stitching, along with a special shifter medallion and plaque commemorating this as a Final Edition model. Jeep also throws in a fold-out table and an 83-piece toolkit