Wrangler Rubicon 4xe
Jeep Chat has been telling me that all the materials have been received and that it has been in this stage since the day after the order was placed. I chatted with them again yesterday and they...
You may want to check out the 4xe forum to look more into the fuel economy. You could definitely exceed 49mpg if you’re charging daily and taking shorter trips, but it only averages 20mpg when the battery is empty.
What kind of driving do you do? The 4xe may be good if you're driving under 100 miles a day because you can charge the battery. In addition you get much more HP and torque. If you're eligible for the $7,500 tax credit that also is a plus. Can't go wrong either way from what I have found in my...
Everyone has their own way of looking at it, but for me, once I was able to get a local dealership to agree on 5% below invoice pricing it just made sense for me to order exactly what I wanted. I’m not paying for anything extra and I’m getting exactly what I want. I’m willing to wait a few extra...
It probably was a Sahara, and it’s fair to say that the Rubicon probably won’t have the same numbers “real world” as a Sahara. That being said, the EPA doesn’t always distinguish between trims. It’s likely that what’s listed will be the only EPA numbers we get for the Wrangler 4xe for 2021.
The EPA states, “After the first 22 miles, the vehicle will function like a regular hybrid and consume only gasoline...”. It makes it sound like you don’t have the option of running in hybrid mode from the start, or that hybrid mode uses all of the battery first then just uses gas.