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At York CDJR of Plainfield, we want you to make an informed decision when it comes to your new vehicle. We have taken a closer look at the all-new 2021 Rubicon and the 2021 Bronco. The Bronco may have a smaller starting price point however is lacking in the uncomparable aftermarket support that the Jeep offers. Side by side, the Bronco’s gas options may look better but not offering a diesel option like the Jeep may be the breaking point; let’s take a closer look at a few other vital items.
The Bronco’s fixed suspension is where they start to let down the off-roaders. Not to worry, the Rubicon has you covered with an independent suspension system, Rock-Trac for an 84:1 crawl ratio, TrailCam to assist in guidance, and that is only the begging. With the Rubicons 33-inch all-terrain tires, you will have plenty of ground clearance. They don’t stop there! How about a dashboard-mounted Electronic Sway Bar Disconnect system that will disconnect your sway bar remotely. We can not leave out that you will also be keeping the engine cool and safe from water intake with the Hydro-Guide Induction System.
Challenging terrain or staying around town, the Rubicon offers you power, torque, traction, control, and SO much more. Come in and test drive the all-new 2021 Jeep Rubicon at York CDJR of Plainfield, IN, where “We’re not #1, you are!”
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