Introducing the 2013 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition

2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition


Can you believe it’s been ten years? Ten years since the Jeep® brand raised the bar in off-road capability. Ten years since the Jeep brand began producing the most extreme Jeep Wrangler ever. Beginning in 2003, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon model continuously redefined rugged capability and utility. And now, to celebrate, we’re excited to announce the 2013 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition.


For the Jeep Brand Enthusiasts


2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition

Mike Manley, President and CEO — Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC summed it up best when he said, “The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition is a tribute to ten years of Wrangler Rubicon history, and to the Jeep brand’s most passionate enthusiasts.


“This Wrangler Rubicon is for them.  It is a unique vehicle that we expect will long be sought after, a Wrangler that offers an unprecedented level of capability once only attainable by long hours of custom aftermarket preparation crafted in the garages of the most avid Jeep enthusiasts in the world.”


The Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition is the most capable Wrangler ever produced and available as a two-door Wrangler or four-door Wrangler Unlimited. How did we manage that? Check out the features below.


2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition


Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition Features


2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition


  • A standard six-speed manual or available five-speed automatic transmission mated to a Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6 engine producing 285 horsepower and 260 ft.-lbs. of torque
  • The Jeep part-time four-wheel-drive system with electronic-locking front and rear Dana 44 axles that receive power through a Rock-Trac transfer case with a “4-Low” ratio of 4:1
  • A standard 4.1 axle ratio front and rear, as well as standard Tru-Lok locking differentials
  • An impressive crawl ratio of 73.1:1 with a six-speed manual transmission
  • A one-half-inch increase in ride height over that of the standard Rubicon model
  •  BF Goodrich KM2 265/70R17 tires
  • 17-inch Rubicon aluminum wheels painted satin black with polished faces and a red Jeep Wrangler “icon” logo on the outside lip




  • Black front and rear steel off-road bumpers, with a winch-capable design on the front bumper
  • Removable end caps to help the Wrangler climb obstacles without hindrance and reduce the potential of damage to the bumper system
  • A dual-intake Power Dome hood to help aid in engine cooling
  • Red tow hooks to adorn the front and rear
  • Mopar® rock rails to provide added protection from trail damage
  • Mopar black fuel filler door and tail lamp guards
  • “10th Anniversary” badging on the fenders and a red-silhouette “Rubicon” decal on the sides of the hood
  • A standard premium Sunrider soft top (but also available with a black three-piece Freedom hardtop or body-color hardtop)
  • Three available exterior colors: Billet Silver, White and 10th Anniversary Edition-exclusive Anvil



2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition
  • Striking red leather seats with “Rubicon 10th Anniversary” embroidered into the front seat
  • A unique gauge cluster featuring a “10th Anniversary” signature and also a premiumElectronicVehicleInformationCenter (EVIC) with various read-outs such as oil pressure, oil temperature and tire pressure
  • A passenger grab handle that includes a “Rubicon 10th Anniversary” badge and features Quick Silver accents that are also found on the vent rings, steering wheel spokes and door pulls
  • Mopar slush mats
  • Unique axle locker and sway-bar disconnect switches
  • A plaque mounted in the dash tray that features the vehicle’s technical data, such as axle type and ratio, tire size, transfer case crawl ratio and manufacturer location

39 Responses to “Introducing the 2013 Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition”

  1. Red Leather? Really? It isn’t a Fiat. Oh wait….

    And the ‘Anvil” color is big disappointment.

    I’ll stick to the regular Rubicon. This thing is just plain ugly.

    • Just gotta love when haters rip on things as trivial color… Get a life, dude. You know how many Anvil, and 10th Anniv. Ed. with red interior Jeep will sell? Enough! They like every other mfg. do market analysis before dropping it on the public… And for those who want “ordinary” but still an anniversary edition… Guess what? Three other colors are available. Oh, and you can still get black for the interior…
      Quit wasting my time with your opinion… Try directing those efforts on some non-personal taste issues like the fact in 2013 jeep can STILL only average about 14-15 mpg overall while other mid-size SUV/Cross Overs with similar weight are pushing 30…

      Opinions are like buttholes….
      I remember a time when the Internet actually contained useful information.

  2. I really miss my ’04 Rubicon! I installed a 4″ suspension lift & 33’s. Looks like the factory’s doing a great job from the get-go. I was planning on a 50th Anv. Mustang next year, didn’t realize it was Rubicon’s anniversary too…may have to get both, to hard to make a decision one over the other.

  3. Jeep,
    Very disapointed, I have had my local dealer on the hook for this model for 4 months now, waiting to push the send button, and you put leather seats in it, a made for off road vehicle with leather seating, really? is there even a option for non-leather?

  4. Will I get this awsome Rubicon in Switzerland? Will i get an answer to this question?

    • Grüezi, Probably not to both. I believe the tire size is larger than FEDRO allows. But good luck.

    • I got the 2 door with auto because i got the remote start. I got the 430n navagation radio , dual tops black leather didnt like the red.connectivity package.and auto air , every thing else is basically standard. total price including all dealer cost , taxes , 4 year registration came out to $42,700.00

  5. Please make an option for black leather. I have been waiting for this jeep for months, and now I see it has RED leather???? I just can’t see myself driving a wrangler offroad with red leather. Make Black leather an option and you’ll have a lot of happy customers.

    • they allow red or black leather in nj isa. the dealer told me so many complaints about only red made jeep offer black too

  6. Cmon Jeep aren’t you listening to your followers . We all want a powerful diesel or hemis in them.

    • I’m patiently waiting for a Diesel also… I keep hearing excuses about cost, emissions and diesel being expensive now.

  7. REALLY!!!??? The “power dome”? That ugly imitation of AEV Heat Reduction Hood, that has been a disaster (a water puddle freezing to ice and hitting your windshield) for Call of Duty MW3 in 2012 and have repeated for MOAB in 2013? Looks like they have added some drains for water in the 10th Anniversary model, but I am not convinced. It does not look like we will not have the water puddle issue with this one too. May be not just as bad as MW3 and MOAB.

  8. Where could i get a front bumper like the one fitted with a warn power plant.
    Looks like a bit of a stubby.

    • 82213575 Front off road bumper
      82213581 Front lower skid plate
      82213580 Rear off road bumper

      According to my dealer, are not avaiable until April/May time frame, Tried to order through MOPAR for my 2013 Rubi Unlimited in production for dealer installl, but would have to wait.

  9. Okay give us a stripped down version that we can take out and use and not feel as guilty if it gets dented, scratched or dirty. I just looked at the MSRP of almost $40,000 for a four door. I bet you wont see that many being used on the trail at that price. The buyers that made the rubicon such a name are not going to spend that kinda money what we have here is a big ticket mall cruiser with too much nice equipment for that job. Maybe 15th anniversary so im off to buy my 4 door rubicon at $32,000

  10. Hi
    When will you make it available in UAE? All desert driving enthusiasts would go for this model if available.

  11. you need to make a 4.2 v6, with the new wrangler. and stop making the patroit or how ever you spell it the compose is good enough with the liberty and the grand chreokee i may not spell right but jeeps need a bigger v6

  12. maninder pal singh

    looking nice and i love its red leather seat. for more information go to

  13. That is a very good depiction of how hardy this road warrior can be even win the rock terrain,this is what a real jeep enthusiast need.

  14. DG Jeeper

    It would be nice to know when production starts and how many will be built!

  15. does anyone know the model # of the optional warn winch for the 10th anniversary rubicon. trying to find out cause it matches the rubicon with red tow hook etc. is it the 8000lb or 9500lb. if anyone knows please forwrd info, thx

    • winch is awarn 9.5i you can purchas any where. the winch mounting plate has to be purchased from dealer if you need part # for plate let me know


    Does any one know where i can find the Rubicon 10th edition Bumpers both front and rear and also the Hood.

  17. Bob Kennedy

    I ordered an 10th Ann Rubicon in Anvil on 1/15. Still have not seen it. Doubt that I ever will. Fiat-Chrysler has lost my confidence and my business. I am done. Out.

    Bob K.

  18. Wayne Harrison

    Since 1995, I’ve had JEEP.

    My newest is a 2013 Grand Cherokee……AWESOME.

  19. Bill B

    I orderd my Anniversary Ed. with the white top and fenders and BLACK interior.

  20. The warn winch is a prototype & is supposed to be available for 10 anniversary rubicon in October, but will only be sold to owners of the anniversary edition, same with any parts as far as bumpers, hood etc! When ordering you must provide ownership of anniversary edition & vin #! This is what I have heard from Chrysler itself !

  21. hello all
    i have a 10th anniversary edition all black inside and out.
    purchased in may 2013 with 6spd manual trans absolutly love it i recently put a warn winch 9.5i on you have to buy the winch plate from dealer


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