My Mahindra Thar had that Diesel Noise in India as Mahindra still bases their 4x4 on the CJs since they got the legal license in the 70s from the parent company in USA. Maybe that is why I have been missing it as I am not allowed back into India until after COVID.Except the new diesels don't even have that sound anymore. If I wanted a diesel in a Jeep, I'd buy an old CJ-7 and swap in a Cummins 4BT.
Someone didn't check the bid sheet. Tisk tisk! Punjabi currently leads with his $5500 plus first grandchild offer.I’ll raise you $300 and Target gift card........
I've got the 2.0 and it blows icy cold at idle. I was stuck on the drive thru line at the bank for 40 minutes on one of the hottest and most humid days. I could've hung meat in the back.I turn that tree hugging Start/Stop off every time I enter my Jeep. Doubt the ESS will be an issue for me as it now second nature for me to push that button. Wonder how the 2 Litre without eTorque will be with the A/C once the Jeep is standing at a red light with the engine running. My cousin is ordering himself a 2021 2 litre this weekend and he too has the same question.
So that was you I saw, licking your lips and waving a ratchet out the window, chasing that Grumman bread truck down the road. It's driver looked frightened, and there was a hint of urine in the air as he sped by.Except the new diesels don't even have that sound anymore. If I wanted a diesel in a Jeep, I'd buy an old CJ-7 and swap in a Cummins 4BT.
Someone didn't check the bid sheet. Tisk tisk! Punjabi currently leads with his $5500 plus first grandchild offer.
I said Raise you $300 PLUS a Target Gift card. So now its $5800 PLUS Target gift card. Beat that you bully...... Unless the grandchild is worth more than a target gift card. Well I have three, hmmmm, what would I give for them???? Ill have to think about that and get back with you.
...and a stopper on the front tire...I don't understand this debate about the number of doors - everyone knows that a real jeep comes with no doors, has exactly two seats, neither of which is adjustable, a fuel tank right under the driver's seat, at least 3 levers for the transmission and transfer case (4 if you have an overdrive), and leaf springs...
While I get the feeling you're just teasing around, the fact Sahara's preceded Rubicons makes this comment very ironic..
Short bus is for.....so you have a 2-door as well as that unlimited suv thingie in your avatar?
wow, these asbestos jammies are warm
I had a couple Audi 3.0L TDI's. They were absolute beasts. With a mild tune >550 ft/lb of torque was on tap while still getting >28mpg. Zero reliability issues. Just fill the DEF tank and enjoy.Have you ever owned a newer diesel with all the smog junk? I say this because I was never so disappointed with a vehicle as I was my 2012 Ram 3500 diesel. That regen garbage just ruined it for me. When I'd run around town it would start burning off all that soot and the mileage would plummet, not to mention the nasty smell of that process. That basically cured me of ever wanting another new diesel beyond 2007.
Yes, sorry if it didn't come across as joshing around.For loser trolls with zero reading comprehension.
We will be adding to the argument: Pentastar vs Turbo vs Ecodiesel vs 4XEYes, sorry if it didn't come across as joshing around.
I love all Jeeps. Every single JL sold is a good thing as it helps the product line get continued investment from FCA which benefits us all. The Mohave's are an example.
Also every Jeep JL sold helps the aftermarket suppliers justify new products and continued investment. This also benefits all us JL owners. It means in 15 years we hopefully have plenty of service parts and options available.
Every Wrangler and JT gets the Jeep wave from me. JT's only if they initiate, but still get it as close enough to a JL all the above applies.
So really sorry if it was taken as offensive but just trying to lighten up the eternal MODEL/ENGINE bickering on here.
When the electric Jeep shows up it will also get the wave and my love as it hopefully brings the Wrangler to another segment of buyers.