JLWranglerForums, similar car lovers who broke pricing on the 2020 Jeep Wrangler extent, interested in value for the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 alternative.
The third-generation oil-burner will be a $4,000 alternative — $995 not exactly on the 2020 Ram 1500 — however, it will require the beefier 8HP75 eight-speed automatic that includes another $2,000. The diesel won't be offered with Jeep's six-speed manual. The price puts around $3,250 between the EcoDiesel and the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 with an automatic, reply on which trim gets picked, as Jeep revised the gas engine value blend to make the 2.0-liter four-cylinder more alluring on certain trims.
Production doesn't start until Nov. 25, yet buying orders are open at this point. As one forum member appeared, the diesel choice causes it significantly simpler to drive a Wrangler to face $60,000.
To summary, the six-pot diesel creates 260 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque, and powers from an 18.3-gallon tank. That tank size is only a half-gallon bigger than the repository on the two-door gas-powered Wranglers, 3.5 gallons littler than the gas-fueled four-door tank. The fuel issue is the reason the EcoDiesel won't be offered on two-door Wranglers. Tank size is diminished contrasted with the gasoline-powered four-doors given the DEF (diesel exhaust fluid) tank, a Jeep representative telling us that including the diesel engine and DEF tank to the two-door model would have required a fuel tank that was unreasonably little for buyer needs.
Diesel Wranglers get Dana D44 axles front and back, and a 3.73 pivot ratio on all trims. Tow rating and EPA fuel economy numbers haven't been revealed, yet bits of gossip propose an expected 30 miles for every gallon on the interstate.