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Old 07-15-2011, 12:24 AM   #1
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Advice on 2010 Unlimited Rubicon

Was looking at JKU's (2008+). Originally, I was indifferent about the Rubicon package. I plan to take it on the trails, but I don't see doing anything too extreme (for now). However, i came across this 2010 JKU rubicon deep water blue pearl that really caught my attention, and I was able to negotiate the price down to $27,495. It has the following options - hard top, navigation and it only has 4600 miles, so pretty much brand new with not a scratch on it. I just wanted to see what you all thought of this price. From my research, it seems fair to me, but I wanted to ask you all for advice given the extensive knowledge on the forum. Thanks!

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Old 07-15-2011, 08:57 AM   #2
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Seems like a good price. Jeeps hold their
value well. Well maintained Rubicons with low miles are a hot ticket IMO.
I just bought my 2 door 07 with 35,000 miles. I absolutely love it.

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Old 07-15-2011, 09:11 AM   #3
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My advice is that that is a good price, I paid around 34K for mine from the factory last August. As far as the rubicon model goes, if you plan on going off roading at all but you don't plan on changing gears, adding lockers or building it up right away then go for the Rubi. I wheel with semi-modded(lift, tires) X's and Sahara's all the time, and it makes a big difference going up a steep hill with loose rocks and you can just push a button to lock up. The same goes for the sway bar, while all the X's and Sahara's are disconnecting, I just push a button. The 4 10 gears are OK for 35's depending on where you live. The x-fer case is better depending on what you want to do, rocks good mud not so good. Here's a pic of my DWB Rubicon.



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Old 07-16-2011, 04:31 PM   #4
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I appreciate the knowledge and insight guys! thanks! I decided to go for it. We love it so far!
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