I've finally realized that if you aren't changing induction or spending 1000s on engineering, it's not worth it.
I'm not adding an intake to my 2.0t etorque, and I'd be even less likely to add it to the 4xe. Cat deletes and re flashes might help though.
While I like the EV for the fact that you can either charge or run on gas, and the powers that be probably won't create a shortage on both at the same time, you can make biodiesel at home. Making the kind of power needed to charge an EV is a massive investment.
Diesel owners need to get the...
That clanging/racket is probably the wastegate, it'll make the same noise on deceleration.
It's a sellers market for new vehicles. Dealerships are empty. And its a crappy situation too, under normal conditions you could just wait 1-2 years and buy when everything normalizes, but if inflation is what everyone is expecting, it'll be cheaper to buy at inflated prices now.
I think I'm the use case for a 4xe. It would be my daily driver, a Rubicon has more than enough capability for what I do, and I like the option of electric or gas with the artificial shortages and price gouging they like to do with fuel. If I had 'tesla as a second car money', the 4xe wouldn't...
So now where should I go to get 5% below invoice pricing...
Also, another instance of Facebook being used for criminal enterprise. Do you think Apple will take them off their app store now? Amazon hosting? ICANN routing?
I’m not sure what e-heat is, I know the climate controls were not running. The battery did have temperature management for both heating and cooling. Obviously, it takes more energy to heat than to cool the battery pack.
I did... I looked at the 4Runner too, and would have probably looked at the Bronco if it was out. I was really turned off by the horror stories of the solid front axle, and thought that was going to be a big compromise on the road.
Long story short, the stories are over inflated.
You’re looking at two very different buyers. The people that don’t know cylinder count aren’t going to care about the Broncos capability. And stock for stock, the Bronco looks more like a regular SUV than a “tough military off roader”, which is why mall crawlers buy the Wrangler. To look like a...
So which is it, Wrangler buyers don't know how many cylinders they have or these options would entice them? Can't have it both ways.
The buyers that will look that deep into Bronco specs are outliers anyway, and are currently building SAS Tacomas and 4Runners, 'to be different', and not run a...
The wrangler is going to have a massive difference between city/Highway range due to aerodynamics. EPA measures a mix, and if you’re all city/sub 45mph, you’ll easily beat EPA estimates. Winter will give you depressing range estimates.