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Starting with the Rubicon to see the 2020 vs 2021 differences - First major thing I can see is it looks like the 3.6 Etorque Engine is back and the only 3.6 option when paired with the 8-speed auto. 2.0T ETorque engine is no longer an option on the Rubicon. Only the 2.0T ESS.

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ALSO - FULL-TIME 4WD Rock-Trac HD is now an option on the Rubicon. Nice!

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Integrated Off-Road Camera now an option
Heavy Duty Rock Slider w/ Step Assist now an option

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Ocean Blue and Bikini have been removed as options for now.

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Does the Rubicon not come standard with the 4:1 Rock-Trac anymore? Or is the $695 option (page 13 - 2nd option) for a slightly different version of it?
 

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Base price on 2 door Rubicon went down $70. Some options went up $50 - $100. Automatic shows cost of $1,500 versus 2020 $2,750 - doesn't sound right.
edit: But they put a $1,500 charge on the 3.6 engine with the automatic.
 
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The Rock Sliders w/ step assist. Are those retractable like RSE?
 

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Why did they get rid of the regular V6 with Auto option...wth. That's what I wanted. Didn't want to complicate things with the eTorque!!


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Why did they get rid of the regular V6 with Auto option...wth. That's what I wanted. Didn't want to complicate things with the eTorque!!


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They got rid of it on the 2.0 so why burden the 3.6?
 

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Does anyone know what the integrated off road camera is? Front camera?
 

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Woof.....

thats a lot of cool new stuff.

that Full time 4WD on a rubicon would be really interesting to understand.

not liking that the 3.6L can’t be paired with the auto trans.

sliders with step assist? If they are what I think they are, those would have been great too.
 

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Woof.....

thats a lot of cool new stuff.

that Full time 4WD on a rubicon would be really interesting to understand.

not liking that the 3.6L can’t be paired with the auto trans.

sliders with step assist? If they are what I think they are, those would have been great too.
you can get the 3.6 but it has eTorque system.

they are heavy duty steps (narrow) combined with sliders.
 

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