Jeep Rubicon for Sale

When you need a car that obliterates limitations and can take you anywhere your adventurous spirit wanders, then you need a Jeep Rubicon. We at The Faricy Boys know that there are simply no other vehicles with the outstanding off-roading capabilities and rugged performance of a Jeep, and that’s why we are proud to offer the Jeep Rubicon for sale on our lot. This trim for the Wrangler and Gladiator offers best-in-class off-roading capabilities and goes beyond what you already know a Jeep can do. This truck is for the serious thrill-seeker who wants to explore as far off the beaten path as their vehicle will let them.

The Faricy Boys is excited to share this trim with drivers and walk you through its many features. Our dealership is warm and welcoming, and our team is professional and honest. They’ll gladly show you all there is to love about the Jeep Rubicon so you can see why this vehicle is what legends are made of. We know just how many gorgeous landscapes there are to explore around Colorado Springs and throughout the great state of Colorado. The Jeep Rubicon was made for this place, and it was made for the rebels and thrill seekers. Come visit us today and test drive this exciting trim of the Wrangler and Gladiator. It has everything you already love about two of Jeep’s most iconic models, plus unbeatable capabilities that will take your breath away.

A red 2022 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is shown from the front while fording through a river.

What Is The Rubicon?

The Rubicon trim has slightly different features on the Wrangler and Gladiator. However, you can expect off-roading capabilities that exceed those of other Jeeps. The idea behind the Rubicon trim is that it is designed with systems that empower you to cross roads other vehicles cannot and explore any terrain with confidence. The Rubicon name comes from the Rubicon Trail in California. This location is home to the Jeep Jamboree, and the brand has long used it as a proving ground for the most capable Jeep models.

A blue 2022 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is shown from the side while parked in a desert.

A Look at the Wrangler Rubicon

The Wrangler Rubicon is something of a rock star in the off-road world. When paired with the standard manual transmission, its unique Rock-Trac 4x4 system boasts a best-in-class 100:1 crawl ratio that makes it ready for climbing over seriously rough terrain. The standard 33-inch all-terrain tires add to its capability, and you can even choose to add 35-inch tires straight from the factory for even more ground clearance. The Wrangler Rubicon also enjoys an electronic front sway bar disconnect, giving you enhanced articulation to tackle the most uneven trails.

When you are rock crawling, the front and rear Tru-Lok electronic locking differentials will balance out traction between your wheels to improve traction. Add to that the advanced traction systems, and the Wrangler Rubicon is ready to tackle all kinds of surfaces. Your rocker panels and underbody will remain safe from damage when you push the Rubicon to its limits, thanks to steel bumpers and rock rails that protect the rocker panels when you crawl over boulders.

A Look at the Wrangler Rubicon 392

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is designed to transcend what you know about off-roading vehicles. First, there’s the 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine boasting 470 hp and 470 lb-ft of torque. The roar of this engine is unmistakable, but thanks to the dual-mode exhaust, you can run it in quiet or performance modes and adapt to different settings.

The Wrangler Rubicon 392 also has heavy-duty braking that will keep you in control even when the terrain takes you by surprise and obstacles come seemingly out of nowhere. With its massive articulation in front and a ramp travel index of 730, this Jeep can seriously flex its suspension and crawl over large objects while maintaining full traction on all four wheels.

Sometimes strong cars aren’t fast cars, but that is not the case with the Wrangler Rubicon. This beast can go from zero to 60 in 4.5 seconds and travel the quarter-mile in 13 seconds flat. You can certainly feed your need for speed in this Jeep. Beadlock-capable wheels wear 33-inch all-terrain tires, but you can opt for the available 35-inch tires on the Xtreme Recon package.

Inside, you’ll find stunning leather-trimmed performance seats with attractive Rubicon 392 embroidered logos that hold and support you through every turn and bump in the road. Then there are the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters that let you control the gears without removing your hands from the wheel and a beautiful infotainment system. This Wrangler is as beautiful inside as it is tough on the outside.

A person is shown driving a ATV into the bed of a white 2022 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon.

A Look at the Gladiator Rubicon

The Wrangler Gladiator Rubicon is a truly one-of-a-kind vehicle. It’s an open-air pickup truck with Jeep capabilities. It boasts the towing and hauling powers of a midsize pickup, paired with the off-road flare of a Jeep Rubicon, making it one of the most fun cars to drive. If you need the versatility of a pickup truck for overlanding or exploring, this is the option for you.

The Gladiator Rubicon will have everything you love about the Gladiator, with the same off-road performance features as the Wrangler Rubicon. It can tow thousands of pounds, so you can visit that remote campsite and bring your small camper along. Plus, it has a considerable payload rating, meaning you can load up its five-foot bed with your adventure gear without issue.

The Gladiator Rubicon has plenty of clearance for smooth off-roading and boasts excellent approach and departure angles for those times you have to climb a hill to get where you’re going. It also has steel bumpers and underbody skid plates to keep important components safe when the road beneath gets rough. It additionally gets stunning and useful red tow hooks.

On the inside, you’ll find comfortable seats with Rubicon badging, keyless entry, and a large touchscreen for the Uconnect infotainment system. Smartphone compatibility lets you handle things like checking your fuel levels, starting your engine, and sending directions to the navigation system remotely. This chameleon of a truck is ready for work or adventure.

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