Wrangler Rubicon sales numbers?

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Does anyone have any idea what percentage of Wrangler sales are Rubicons?





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For orders registered on Crypto it is about 65%. I don't think FCA publicly reports numbers by model.
 
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For orders registered on Crypto it is about 65%. I don't think FCA publicly reports numbers by model.
Wow, so the majority of Wranglers are Rubicons. Never would have guessed that. Thanks.
 

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Wow, so the majority of Wranglers are Rubicons. Never would have guessed that. Thanks.
That's for those registered in crypto which means they are on forums which means they are more hard (harder) core than many owners.
 

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For orders registered on Crypto it is about 65%. I don't think FCA publicly reports numbers by model.
I believe I have seen the sales numbers for various trims on this forum, but it was early in the JL lifespan.
 
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That's for those registered in crypto which means they are on forums which means they are more hard (harder) core than many owners.
Ah, thanks for the clarification. I didn't know what Crypto was.
 

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I have seen official sales numbers for various trims on this forum, but it was early in the JL lifespan.
There is a stat function in crypto that shows that, based on what people registered to crypto enter. Guess that would be where quotes came from. FCA doesn't even report their car sales by brand monthly anymore, just quarterly.
 

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Does anyone have any idea what percentage of Wrangler sales are Rubicons?
This was one of my curiosity questions that I had asked many different salespeople, before finally placing a factory order. I test drove near 50 different wranglers at dealers all over long Island, mostly Rubicons, before deciding on a 2.0.

They never have exact percentages of the different trims sold, but all said the vast majority of wranglers sold in at least the tri-state area were Sports and Saharas.
 

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