Jeep to give away 2013 Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition at X Games
One lucky X Games fan will be given a chance to take home the all-new 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition.
Jeep recently launched its X Games Avalanche Scramble sweepstakes, giving three contestants a trip to the X Games Aspen 2013 and a chance to win the new Rubicon.
"The 2013 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition was designed as a tribute to the Jeep brand's most passionate enthusiasts and X Games Aspen 2013 is the perfect event for our Jeep fans to take home one of their very own," said Mike Manley , president and CEO – Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. "The passion and high-level capability that the athletes' exhibit during the X Games Aspen exemplifies what the Jeep brand is all about."
While at the X Games on January 25th, each contestant will be given a Rubicon key and will be asked to try and start the car. The contestant with the key that starts the vehicle will be its owner.
The 10th Anniversary Edition Jeep Wrangler Rubicon debuted at the L.A. Auto Show in November.
“The [[Rubicon]] 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," Manley said.
The new Wrangler features a red leather interior and a wide range of standard off-road equipment being offered for the first time on any of the automaker's models.
The Jeep is top of the line when it comes to off-road capabilities, as it is raised up an inch and a half to make room for the BF Goodrich KM2 265/70R17 tires mounted on 17-inch aluminum wheels. Those planning on using the Rubicon to its full potential should also add HuskyLiners® mud guards to keep it looking clean while wheeling through the mud.
Additional features include black, steel, winch-ready bumpers with removable end caps, a dual-intake Power Dome hood, tow hooks on the front and rear, and Mopar rock rails to protect from off-road damage.