Old stuff I suppose, Turbo?

Sean L

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**Spoiler Alert**

If they are a JL owner:
If someone chose the v6 instead of the turbo they will explain that the v6 is the best engine ever produced and that the 2.0 sucks.

If someone chose the 2.0 instead of the v6 they will explain that the 2.0 is the best engine ever produced and that the v6 sucks.

If they have not purchased yet:
If someone doesn't like new technology they will say chose the v6 and tell you the turbo sucks.

If someone likes new technology they will say chose the turbo and tell you the v6 sucks.



I just saved you hours of reading!!
I've driven both. I would have picked the 2.0 if it was available but I went with the V6. Took a Turbo out on a test drive when they actually hit dealers and I liked it, but didn't find it worth trading for. They both have such a similar output that you wouldn't notice a big difference unless you really romp on the gas. I did notice the Turbo Rubicon easily beat my V6 Sahara in MPGs though.
 
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