The Jeep Rubicon has all the features of the base models of the Wrangler, including heated power mirrors, side steps, a full-size spare tire and fog lamps. The Rubicon also has Mud-Terrain T/A tires and the Rock-Trac transfer case.
The Rubicon is has a 73.1 :1 crawl ratio in its manual transmission models, which significantly improves climbing ability. The Rubicon also has a 4:1 low-range ratio, and it comes complete with rock rails and the Tru-Lok electronic differential system on both the front and rear axles. As with the other Jeep Wrangler models, there are several roof options available. Owners can opt for no roof, a hard roof, a fabric roof, or a painted roof. Two door options exist: removable full-frame doors or removable half-frame doors. The full-frame doors come with power locks and windows, while the half-frame doors manually lock. The Rubicon model does not have a front stabilizer bar.
The Rubicon has an 892 pound payload capacity and 88.4 cubic feet of total passenger room inside the cabin. The Rubicon only seats four passengers, and it has an overall width of 73.7 inches. The hard top version has a height of 70.9 inches, while the soft top version stands 71.9 inches. The total length of the Rubicon is 152.8 inches, and its wheelbase is 95.4 inches.