2023 Jeep Wrangler 392

If you’re a Jeep enthusiast, you should be happy that in 2023 you’ll still be able to buy a V8-powered Wrangler with extreme off-road capabilities. There have been rumours that it will be the last year for Wrangler 393, but that’s not official (as far as we know). Either way, if you want a Wrangler with a V8, you’d better act fast because these vehicles are always in high demand. This is now the third year of production for the Wrangler 392. As with every new model, there are always some slight changes that are made to the latest version. In this article, we’ll check out some of those new details and talk about what’s to come with the Hydro-Blue 392 Wrangler you see here today.

What changed in 2023?

No more unlimited

No more Unlimited One of the biggest changes for 2023 is that Jeep is no longer using Unlimited to refer to the four-door Wranglers. Where the Unlimited sticker used to be, it simply says Wrangler. So if you’re shopping for a new Wrangler, you’ll simply ask your salesperson for a four-door or two-door model.

More Safety Features

More safety features Manufacturers are always looking for ways to make their vehicles safer. So it’s no surprise that new safety features are constantly being added to existing models. For 2023, the Wrangler now has a frame-mounted bracket that you’ll find just behind the front passenger tire. We’ve heard that some late 2022 models have this as well, but we now know that it is standard equipment. This feature is designed to prevent the tire from digging into the body in the event of an accident.

Why should you buy the 2023 Wrangler 392?

The Wrangler 392 is a testament to the brand’s identity as it conquers seven continents. And with years of expertise, we’d say no one does off-roading better than Jeep. With a fuel-guzzling V8, the appeal of the Wrangler has reached new heights. The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, now entering the 2023 model year, is a very special model in this day and age, one that may not live to see another year.

The Wrangler 392 is a testament to the brand’s identity as it conquers seven continents. And with years of expertise, we’d say no one does off-roading better than Jeep. With a fuel-guzzling V8, the appeal of the Wrangler has reached new heights. The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, now entering the 2023 model year, is a very special model in this day and age, one that may not live to see another year.

The Wrangler 392 takes that idea and expands it, but with a slightly modern approach. Under the hood of this muscular 4x4 is a naturally aspirated 6.4-liter V8 that produces a robust 470 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. The powertrain includes an 8-speed torque converter that sends power to all four wheels.

The Wrangler 392 takes that idea and expands it, but with a slightly modern approach. Under the hood of this muscular 4x4 is a naturally aspirated 6.4-liter V8 that produces a robust 470 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. The powertrain includes an 8-speed torque converter that sends power to all four wheels.