What’s New: 2013 10th Anniversary Wrangler JK

2013 10th Anniversary Edition Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon has been all over trails and streets since 2003. Now, in 2013 Jeep is honoring the successful Wrangler with an amazing 10th Anniversary Edition Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. This 2013 Rubicon will most definitely go down in history as an iconic Jeep.

Shortly after the first 2013 Rubicon’s rolled out the Jeep Wrangler took 2013’s KBB Best Resale Value Award. Now, Jeep has put this 2013 Rubicon out there as “the most off-road capable Wrangler in history” because of the new additions for the 10th anniversary model.

2013 10th Anniversary Edition Jeep Wrangler

A newly redesigned bumper allows the Wrangler to take on rocks, ruts, divots and other obstacles with a head on approach. The bumper is also winch capable with removable end caps which are part of the reason why they Rubicon can get over tougher terrain. The package also allows for taller tires with sizes up to 265/70R17. The new Wrangler Rubicon also sits about ½” taller than the previous models.

The Jeep design team has also taken special steps to the exterior of the 10th Anniversary Rubicon to insure that it is a very distinguishable model. The new bumpers in both the front and the rear coupled with the black accented wheels make this 4×4 vehicle look much beefier than previous versions.

Features and Colors
Jeep is offering up the new Wrangler Rubicon special edition in three colors. The vehicle comes in Anvil (blue/gray), Billet Silver and White. Each color tone will have red hot color accents to the front and rear tow hooks, shocks and also a full red interior. Jeep will be offering the 2013 Rubicon in both a two-door model and a four-door model.

Under the hood drivers will be delighted to find a stock Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 engine that produces 285 horses with 260 ft-lbs of torque, more than enough power to nearly move mountains. The part-time four-wheel-drive system has electronic locking front and rear Dana 44 axles that get their power from a Rock-Trac transfer case with a ratio of 4:1. A six-speed manual is also stock on all 2012 Rubicons.

2013 10th Anniversary Edition Jeep Wrangler

Rubicon was name after one of the toughest off-road trails in the world and this Jeep Wrangler is one of the most powerful off-road vehicles on the market. As with all Wranglers on the roads and off-roads it is made to be used and abused. This new 10th anniversary edition will not only get through the tough terrain it will also look tough as nails cruising on the highways and byways.

With the new Rubicon’s starting at just under $40K MSRP, what are your thoughts on purchasing one?

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Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I bought one fully loaded with almost every option. I bought the 2door model. This is the 5th Jeep Wrangler I have owned. (First 2 were CJ-7’s) The last one I owned was an 2008
    Rubicon. The 10th anniversary Rubicon is better in every way. The Best Jeep I have ever owned. I think they hit a home run with this one. If there is any downside it would be that this Jeep is so nice I almost don’t want to take it off road. Almost. Other then a winch and slightly larger tires, this Jeep would need very little in aftermarket upgrades.
    My biggest issue with my 08 was it was a “dog’. So nice to see a decent motor in one.
    This has the best motor, in my opinion, since the 304ci V-8’s years ago.
    I had to order this one and wait 3 months to get it but it was well worth the wait!


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