No, Moab does not come with the Rubicon rock rail. The performance rock rail on Moab is like an extended version of the Rubi rail, and has a hefty price tag of $900+ if you want to add that to Rubicon.Ok so this conversation has gone so far off the rails I’ve got to wade in. First of all the Rubicon has been and always will be the top of the line most capable Jeep Wrangler. Second the Sahara is an overly expensive wrangler with leather, extra paint, and tech which you can replicate with options on the Rubicon but which the reverse is impossible (sway bar disconnect, front and rear wheel lockers. Ect). The “Moab” sits between. Refinements of the Sahara with some, not all, the capability of the Rubicon. Most noteably no front and rear wheel lockers or sway bar disconnect (and if you don’t no what that means look it up Noob). The side rails that I’ve seen are the same Ruby rock rails l. However lame Sahara step rails are also available (which kill ground clearance). Here is a quote from Jeep. “It’s based on the four-door Wrangler Sahara trim, but it gets a good amount of parts from the higher-range Rubicon trim.”. Higher range being the key point here. Don’t get me wrong. I commend all jeepers. You can buy a sport and build it up to be a Ruby killer but don’t confuse the badge for status.