Chrysler recently unveiled the 10th anniversary Jeep JKU Rubicon. Jeep has become notorious for their special edition Wranglers, all of which are differentiated through unique badging. But the 10th anniversary Rubicon stands out from the rest. Unlike the 2013 Wrangler Moab, the 10th anniversary Rubicon comes standard with Dana 44’s, 4.10 axles, electronic lockers, and the heavy duty 4:1 Rock-Trac transfercase.
The differences between the standard 2013 JKU Rubicon and the 10th anniversary edition seem to be aesthetic with the exception of the winch ready front bumper, dual intake hood, and M... Continue Reading