BSG or e-Torque is only on the 2.0 Turbo engine now, not the 3.6 V6. You might be thinking of ESS which stope the engine at stop lights and restarts the engine when you lift off the brake? Both JL engines have that feature. ESS can be turned off but you have to press a button every time you start the car initially. There is supposed to be a aftermarket vendor with a device that allows you to defeat the ESS so you will not have to press a button every time you get into your JL.THank you but how is that different from what’s on there now, my BMW also has it but when you turn it off it stays off until You turn it back on
Same. Barker and Tuckerton!
Lol do the voices in your head tell you that bullshit? My God stop already. BTW Trump just eased the milage restrictions. Read much.I don't think they'll be much in changes except price probably about 900 more like they usually go up every year. The start-stop is not going away. They need that to help on the MPG . Government coming down hard on all the manufacturers. They will have to get so many MPGs per weight or they won't be able to make them or get fined that's what they say that's why new cars don't even come with spare tires anymore. Everything is about weight and trying to cut weight everywhere they can. That's what the dealer said and I've read. You used to be able to get 2 or 3 brake jobs on cars, trucks and jeeps and now the rotors are so lightweight and thin you're lucky to get one
While there are a few Nachos in the wild, it was never available for order and has been discontinued.
It's just a proposal at this point. The administration wants to freeze the current standards after the 2020 model year.BTW Trump just eased the milage restrictions. Read much.
Tying to use the wrangler to increase your average seems like a very poor choice.Federal CAFE standards are average fuel economy standards that must be achieved across a manufacturers fleet. By squeezing out as much mileage as possible on a high volume vehicle like the Wrangler, they can sell more high performance/high profit/low mileage vehicles. The Obama administration wanted the AVERAGE raised to 55 MPG!
It's confirmed everywhere on this forum. Or, rather, I should say it's clarified: the 3.6 was available at launch with only the ESS system, the 2.0 with the BSG which also incorporates the ESS system came (much) later. While the 3.0 diesel was supposed to have launched by now according to Jay's original timeline https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...jl-2-0l-delay-powertop-diesel-dates-etc.1341/ , the 3.6 BSG Job 1 isn't due until 10/29/18, though with no mention of it as an orderable option (perhaps we'll see on 9/13 when the '19 order banks open), it doesn't seem like it's coming any time soon. There have been many threads taking on the 3.6 ESS vs. the 2.0 BSG debate. At this point, the 3.6 is cheaper and more time-tested, while the 2.0 is more efficient (marginally) and has more torque.Where was this confirmed? What's the point of getting a 2019 3.6 if doesn't have this feature?