The idea behind the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, was to have a factory vehicle that could handle the most difficult trails, such as the Rubicon Path near Lake Tahoe. The 10th Anniversary Jeep Wrangler Rubicon ($36,000-$40,000) lives up to that standard. The Rubicon comes with a 285 horsepower Pentastar 3.6 liter V6. The first gear has a ratio reduction of 73:1. Which means you can drive this thing over pretty much anything. An additional .5″ of height and the BF Goodrich KM2 265/70-17 tires add to the Rubicons abilities.
Oh no! the Mercedes-Benz G-Class Cabriolet Final Edition ($260,000) has already been sold out through pre-orders but it is still worthy of great send off. Mercedes has been producing the Cabriolet for 30 years and after the last limited run of 200 units they will be killing it off. The latest run features a 388 […]