2004 Jeep Rubicon

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The 2004 Jeep Rubicon offers all the same benefits as the 2003 Jeep Rubicon with a few additional features. Buyers are assured the same rugged durability and performance that owners of the 2003 Rubicon received, including the Rock-Trac transfer case for better control and handling, the Goodyear 31" high-performance tires, and diamond-plate sill guards for better protection while climbing.

The 2004 Rubicon upholds the model's reputation as Jeep's all-in-one off-road vehicle. Not only can owners ride it roughshod through mountain passes and stream beds, they can also return home safely down the highway with a crew full of friends in the back. Like the 2004 Jeep Wrangler, the Rubicon is meant to accommodate not just the most challenging geography, but everyday errands and trips down the street.

New with the 2004 Jeep Rubicon

So what sets the 2004 model apart from its predecessor? For one thing, there are new body colors available, including solar yellow and electric lime green. A 30" spare tire cover is also on the market for the first time, as is a locking fuel cap for even greater safety.

On the inside, the 2004 model offers standard tilt steering and a CD player for better sound quality while you're blazing through underbrush and cresting over sand dunes. Though the Rubicon is only in its second year of manufacture, fans of the model insist it best approximates the specs of modifications that owners would otherwise make with aftermarket hardware. If you're serious about exploring new terrain, the 2004 Jeep Rubicon represents one of the best values in the compact SUV market.


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