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Not to fuel the speculative fire, but I think we will get all get a pleasant surprise at MSRP when it's made official. I think the base MSRP will definitely be in the mid $60s. They won't sell these things higher than that. Nothing is official until it's official.

For what it's worth, in another thread on this forum, someone stated that the 27X Package (for 392) is a $30,545 option package, and the screenshots in this thread show that the way this was ordered is a Wrangler Sport with 27X Package. The $30,545 option on top of Wrangler Sport Base MSRP ($33,310 including destination) would give the 392 a Base MSRP of $63,855. I think that is where this thing is going to land.

For those comparing the 392 against the EcoDiesel and it's pricing, I think the Rubicon Diesel buyer and 392 buyer are very different buyers, buying their Wranglers for very different reasons.

For the OP and others that have ordered 392s, myself included, I am like a kid on Christmas waiting for official pricing, and crossing my fingers that we will get a nice surprise on the official price.
I've got my 🤞 that you're right. I got a number on mine like the OP here and while I can live with it if it's correct, I'm leaning more and more toward it being high, which would be a pleasant bonus. The wait is definitely tough :LOL:





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I've got my 🤞 that you're right. I got a number on mine like the OP here and while I can live with it if it's correct, I'm leaning more and more toward it being high, which would be a pleasant bonus. The wait is definitely tough :LOL:

I've finally been suckered in... a similarly built Mojave sits at $60K with the V6 - and it has the reinforced frame, suspension, etc - not all the tweaks as the 392, but more than anything else. If the diesel is $4500, maybe say $6K for the Hemi and throw in $4K for miscellany... I'll split the difference and say $70k base (+/- $2K).
 

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You missed the word "built". Stock Wrangler (non 392) vs Stock Wrangler 392 you are probably right. Even then maybe not. You are not getting to get what you paid when you sell it. You have to take that out of the equation as you will have to sell to get the 392. Your $43K Jeep probably sells for $35 plus $35K for the build and you are ahead rather than spending $80K for a 392

When you have a BUILT Wrangler not so much. To sell your non BUILT 392 and then buy a stock 392 and BUILD it back to where your non 392 is you would be much better off just adding the Hemi via the couple of reputable after market places that are offering a warranty on that build.
Didnt miss anything. I was referring to new in each category but even my used rig that price isnt that far off.
My resale on my FACTORY 392 will be higher then any 392 kit'd build and this new 392 will have stuff on it my rub wont. The price factor is a likely distinction without a difference. Besides, one has to stop thinking like a poor person for such purchases. This is the jeep of the century, pony up the cash if you have it or continue to sit down and pee. lol I will continue to sit until they offer a 5.7 that burns regular. ;)
 

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Same here. Paid 42 for ours. doesn't include the 10+ in extras I have tho. So let's say 52+30 for the swap, and you have a lifted hemi...with NO warranty tho. I would think the warranty from FCA would be worth a lot when things start breaking on these.
yup. I have about 20 I think. If I went the 392 route I'd likely pull off a lot of the goodies MAYBE. Or there are or were guys buying already built rigs for big dollars. I say were because with this 392 out they may not be so inclined anymore. Why pay big dollars for a 3.6/2.0 when you have a 392 available.
 

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yup. I have about 20 I think. If I went the 392 route I'd likely pull off a lot of the goodies MAYBE. Or there are or were guys buying already built rigs for big dollars. I say were because with this 392 out they may not be so inclined anymore. Why pay big dollars for a 3.6/2.0 when you have a 392 available.
I had the option to buy the one allocation from my local dealer at msrp. We discussed trading in my 18 JLUR that I bought from them, and swapping everything over to the 392, lift, wheels/tires/bumpers/winch etc. I was on board to do that...and then he called me and said the GM would not take a trade in for the 392. My 18 is almost paid for (have like 10k left on it) so would have essentially been putting quite a bit down on the 392 while keeping all my add ons. I opted out, and said I'll just wait and see what they do on the street and trail.
I just finished our jlur up with everything I want done, including aftermarket stereo, which wasn't even in my 10k. No way do I want to deal with selling private party and starting over on modding at this time.
 

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I had the option to buy the one allocation from my local dealer at msrp. We discussed trading in my 18 JLUR that I bought from them, and swapping everything over to the 392, lift, wheels/tires/bumpers/winch etc. I was on board to do that...and then he called me and said the GM would not take a trade in for the 392. My 18 is almost paid for (have like 10k left on it) so would have essentially been putting quite a bit down on the 392 while keeping all my add ons. I opted out, and said I'll just wait and see what they do on the street and trail.
I just finished our jlur up with everything I want done, including aftermarket stereo, which wasn't even in my 10k. No way do I want to deal with selling private party and starting over on modding at this time.
Honestly, with 488s and 37s my rig is really really fun. Could be I'm used to the old TJ 4.0l Sloth but I am having a blast. Would a 392 be more fun? Duh....

And again your right. Setting up a rig is a lot of work, doing it again isnt something I want to go through anytime soon.

Still, sure would be fun. Might even be a collectors item given cafe standards are most certainly going to change and quick.
 

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Went to check on my order and I noticed there was a price next to it. I also have a VIN, where I didn't last time I checked (before Christmas). Maybe it's a mistake on their site, but I think this is pretty close to where I thought it would be. When I click on the POC, there's nothing listed. Kinda Crazy!

Clarification: it shows in the system as an Unlimited Sport, but the "27X" code is the 392 package.

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did you know how much it was going to cost, when you ordered it ? LOL
 
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did you know how much it was going to cost, when you ordered it ? LOL
None of us did. Pricing wasn't released and still isn't.
 

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I may have to disagree slightly.
Reason I got a Rubicon is because I couldn't get the Raptor dealers to deal. Limited quantity and a cult like following which I could see for this 392 as well. Ford dealers told me sorry Ill sell it soon enough. If this works out it will get a few existing wrangler owners to jump into a new one and could lure others in.
Oh Dude I am lured already but $77k. OMG My first house cost $40k, just to give you my perspective. Give them a couple years to work out the bugs and FCA to figure out what they cover and what they dont. Ha Ha Then I am all in......
 

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I know I'm new here and this might be poorly received, but when someone posts about something new and cool they're psyched about and then the community spends 17 pages explaining why they shouldn't be excited or shouldn't spend that much... Just saying, the salt is strong in this thread.

At the OP and any others who have theirs ordered, have fun. It's certainly a cool thing to see this Jeep coming out soon. It's a strange beast and I look forward to living vicariously thru all of you who'll own one. So keep the threads coming.

Call me crazy, but I'm happy to have a Jeep at all, and I'm happy for the folks who are getting 392's soon, too.
 

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I've finally been suckered in... a similarly built Mojave sits at $60K with the V6 - and it has the reinforced frame, suspension, etc - not all the tweaks as the 392, but more than anything else. If the diesel is $4500, maybe say $6K for the Hemi and throw in $4K for miscellany... I'll split the difference and say $70k base (+/- $2K).
Speaking of the Mojave, Jeep really missed the boat by not adding the shocks, bumpstops, etc from the Mojave. For a large $$, the 392 should have the best goodies..... unless they are saving them for a better version.
 

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Speaking of the Mojave, Jeep really missed the boat by not adding the shocks, bumpstops, etc from the Mojave. For a large $$, the 392 should have the best goodies..... unless they are saving them for a better version.
Trying to keep the price under 80K so none of the best goodies like the Mojave. Probably want to buy one now if you want as the Green New Deal and new Carb standards Congress is likely to enact are going to kill the V8 in the Wrangler line.
 

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Whelp, @Quadratec just posted a YouTube video quoting the OP’s price. 😂
I also told Quadratec, that their MSRP price comparison quote on a fully loaded 3.6 Rubicon was a little on the low side in their video. Rob said $54K. Our '19 Rubi sticked at almost $59k with every option but the turbo 2.0. That brings the price difference down to just under $20K.

Still way too much in my book. After all, you're not getting a 392 in addition to the 3.6. Lol, that would be optioned as the "dual engine group".
 

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