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post #1 of 6 Old 12-12-2018, 07:32 PM Thread Starter
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2013 Wrangler unlimited Rubicon, should I buy?

Hey everyone it's my first post here. I'm looking at a 2013 Wrangler unlimited Rubicon 10th anniversary edition. It's going for sale around $26,000 and has 64 thousand miles on it. What are the pros and cons on this model? I'm thinking it's worth the buy, what do you think? Thanks in advance!

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post #2 of 6 Old 12-13-2018, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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I'm looking at a 2013ish Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, but have seen a 10th anniversary edition for a decent price. I'm wondering what are the real differences between the two other than cosmetic. I did notice hood vents, and maybe a different type of bumper. Anyone have some insight on this? Thanks.
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the 10th is added bolt on items, ups the cost .
Mechanically they are the same Rubicons. If they are autos i would be looking at 4.1 gear optioned ones. stock was 3.73 for the autos 12-18. makes going larger tires better.

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Thanks. Do you think $26,000 is a good price for 60k miles? 4.1 would be nice. I'm assuming I should make sure it's 4.1 when getting a manual too.

So what you're saying the difference between reg Rubicon and 10th are just body parts? Hmm maybe I should be looking at both.
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@26k plus financing , plus money down.. can be a lot for a jeep that will be 6 years old by next month. Dont worry about the 10th anniversary bumpers. Ive got them on my 2010 and they are just for aesthetics. Theyll still bend if you hit something.


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Thanks. Do you think $26,000 is a good price for 60k miles? 4.1 would be nice. I'm assuming I should make sure it's 4.1 when getting a manual too.

So what you're saying the difference between reg Rubicon and 10th are just body parts? Hmm maybe I should be looking at both.
I believe the manual transmission Rubis in that year range got the 4.1 gearing standard.

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