2003 Jeep Rubicon

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The 2003 Jeep Rubicon was made for off-roaders who like their all-terrain vehicles right out of the box. Many Jeep owners have spent years clamoring for a Jeep capable of scaling the sheerest embankments, but without the need for modifications. The 2003 Jeep Rubicon offers the "out-of-the-box" performance that these off-road aficionados have been calling for.

Standard on the 2004 issue of the Jeep Rubicon is a four-liter engine with 190 horsepower, and over 235 foot-pounds of torque for better performance than any Jeep to date. Self-cleaning, four-wheel disc brakes come standard as well, and provide better stopping distance and lower brake fade than past models. Both manual and automatic transmission are available, depending on your personal taste and the driving conditions in the city where you live.

More Selling Points of the 2003 Jeep Rubicon

The 2003 Rubicon is specifically built by the manufacturer for off-road challenges and comes with a full warrantee to back it up. So whether you're beach-combing, mountain-climbing, or snow-plowing, you have the assurance that your Jeep Rubicon Wrangler is built to withstand the harshest elements. That's why the Rubicon comes standard with 31" tires with a wrap-around tread for even greater handling.

The 2003 Rubicon also offers its owners locking differentials for better maneuverability. A pneumatic system mechanically locks together the axle shafts so that all four tires rotate at the same speed. These features are joined by diamond plate sill guards to protect rocker panels and puncture-proof tires for the most heavily armored Jeep ever.

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