I've got two buddies who overland with full-size rigs. They don't shy away from tough trails, and I often think their long wheelbases are an advantage on hill climbs and descents. You do have to be willing to live with some trail rash, though.No way man you’ll never see the Rams off roading Moab , Uwharrie Forrest beside of me or any of the other trails for that matter
Justin,Cylinders and displacement aren’t the same thing. The 6 cylinder engine in my airplane is 8.849 liters. That’s larger displacement than just about every factory V8 engine out there in a car. To make the argument for displacement one of cylinder count is just not a good way of making your argument. The very definition of displacement in reference to engines is the total volume of all the cylinders. Has nothing to do with actual cylinder count. In the jeeps case the 4 has less displacement of course but saying it has less displacement solely because it has 4 cylinders is not the correct argument.
in the past people wanted bigger engines because that’s how we got more power. Now that we have more technology we don’t need as big engines to get the same power. The old muscle car era was about getting as much power as you could, somehow the translation has been lost over the years and people think it’s all about getting the biggest engine you could.
that being said I want Rubicon 392 haha
You know, I understand why some people are concerned with fuel mileage even though there are many on this forum that will accuse them of buying the wrong vehicle. But did anyone really get a Jeep for it's smoothness? I mean, it's a Jeep...So even though the Turbo 2.0L four banger may have higher rated torque in some specific conditions, the six cylinder 3.6L will still provide smoother power in all applications. The 392 V8 even smoother yet.
How do you disable it permanently? I have seen there is a plug and play option for $129 anyone used this ? ( https://zicmoto.com/engine-stop-start-or-auto-stop-ess-override-for-2018-2020-jeep-wrangler-jl/) . Can someone direct me to a fix for disabling the ESS permanently as long as it doesn’t void warranty .As goofy as the ESS is, why not just disable it and be done with it? I’ve read countless horror stories of people having issues with it who have not disabled it on the gladiator forum. I don’t believe I’ve come across any horror stories about the aux battery causing issues from those who have disabled it.
Wow that’s crazy I didn’t realize you can’t even order the new Jeeps with Non Etorque Auto V6 , so glad I got my Ruby 2019 V6 non Etorque Auto , this thing actually rips too for a V6 , keep in mind I had the old JK with the shitty V6 that thing was a Dog … loved the Jeep other than that , here’s a pic of her not long ago just sold it for almost $19kIf Jeep comes back with 3.6 non eTorque automatic, I’ll get another Jeep. Was on the verge of trading in my 2019 until I realized on the build process u can’t have it all!