Surprised no one asked but why did you choose to cancel the diesel?
I have the 2.0 and am very happy with it. It is very peppy but I will say it is a bit louder idling and such. It definitely sounds like a piece of machinery rather than a very refined motor. But hit that go pedal and it...
Not even a JL.
Something else no one mentioned is insurance savings. I get a discount for having advanced safety. When I selected the option it stated the vehicle must be equipped with it from the factory to qualify.
I have front sensors on my Ram. Unless it is sunny and dry they are worthless. Snow, Ice, Rain I just shut them off cause they re always going off when I get to a stoplight. Even Ford was smart enough to keep them off the front of their trucks. It is more of a headache than it is worth.
I have a Pentastar in my Ram. I am not knocking the 3.6 but I am defending the 2.0 because all of the false information about it.
The Pentastar was redesigned and now has an 11.3 :1 compression ratio. Good luck with forced induction. Also the 2.0 out of the factory has more torque and better...
Everyone comments on 2.0 performance without even owning one. My fully broken in 2.0 doesn’t have any turbo lag. A test drive is not a very good indicator of how the vehicle will perform in the real world. I am not saying the 3.6 is a bad motor but the 2.0 is just all around better.
I have the 2.0 Non E torque in a 2020 Rubicon. No lag anywhere in the powerband. This includes from a stop and when downshifting to pass. Also, a test drive won't give you a great idea of the shifting characteristics. The transmissions on these new vehicles learn as you drive them. Both motors...
Yes the bumper does have angry eyes fog lamps. Finally got mine tonight! Not sure they will look all that angry once mounted though. The weight of the bumper is very impressive. Once I add the LOD Destroyer to the rear I am definitely going to need to adjust the headlights.