I think the original “Hellcat” came even before “Terminator”. Back in 2003-04 people were comparing the Cobra as a modern day 1986-87 Buick Grand National.
Also, why wait for the kids to outgrow the power wheels, strollers and toys...
Every ESS system I’ve seen uses 2-batteries (even Toyota & Honda). Which manufacturer only uses one battery w/ ESS?
Currently, no FCA vehicle with the 6.4 uses ESS, and the 5.7 only gets ESS when optioned with eTorque.
It’s more than just a battery though, stop/start is also rough on engine...
I was not referring to all of Jeep’s transfer cases. The old NV242 was chain driven and reliable. You cannot compare them just because Jeep uses the same marketing name. I was only referring to the clutch pack based transfer cases that are known to be troublesome
The “Selec-Trac” name has been around a long time, but it’s not using the same hardware.
Your Grand Cherokee’s NV247 and Cherokee’s NV242 transfer cases have long been discontinued.
Jeep/Chrysler used to build the “NV” transfer cases, they sold New Venture to Magna in the mid-2000’s