|02-09-2011 11:58 AM|
|Ageless Stranger||Welcome to WF.|
|02-07-2011 06:36 AM|
Gas mileage depends on a lot of factors. My 2011 Sport averages about 16.5 in the city and about 20.5-21 on the highway.
You're the only one that can tell you if you need a Rubicon. If you asked the entire board, 50% would probably say to spend the money now and get the Rubicon, and the other 50% would say to buy a Sport and use the extra money to upgrade as you see fit (so you don't pay for what you don't need, etc.). Personally, I belong to the latter group.
|02-07-2011 04:49 AM|
|blkrubi88||Welcome to the forum! I would say if you want a Rubicon and it's in your budget, then go for it. I have a Rubicon and it's my daily driver, it gets about 15 miles to the gallon on the highway.|
|02-07-2011 12:22 AM|
New transmission for 2012
Has anybody heard or know with some certainty if Jeep / Chrysler is going to offer their new 8 speed automatic in the rubicon? If not can you give me some real feedback on the current 4 speed automatic as far as reliability and the magic 70K mile issue with the Chrysler cars were the transmission goes away. Also what are you getting for fuel mileage. Here is where I am coming from. I just bought a house in Nevada and I want to buy a vehicle to run around on the desert and the Jeep trails that are all around me. Do I need a Rubicon? Any information will help.