Watch the TRL and the trailrecon test drive the new 392 hands down the best Wrangler out there with one exception 10 miles a gallon is what they were claiming while off-roading on stock 33 tires. Anyone that could afford a 72 $80,000 392 Wrangler will definitely put 35 if not 37's which you'll probably equate to 5 to 8 miles a gallon this will be a factor unless they squeezed a 30-gallon tank under the Beast. The stock Rubicon comes one inch higher than all other rubicon'sokay...I need a re-rack on the “bad” mpg. I’m a child of the 70’s and no stranger to 12-15 mpg in our station wagon on family vacations. Also, recall the ’90’s in 27-30’s in my Honda. I’m getting 20-ish, mostly city, mpg’s with the 3.6 manual transmission. Is that bad? please tell me if I should be outraged. Because as of now, I’m not...except that I’m no longer sitting “tail gunner” on family vacations.