We have a new Ecodiesel 8 speed and I think it is the best Vehicle I've ever owned
Given that I bought my first car in 1967 and have owned 25 cars from then until 2013, that is high praise for a Jeep.
The only problem I have with the car is keeping it cool, when towing.
I live in Australia and tow a 2.6 tonne caravan.
The Jeep does it with ease and returns a fantastic fuel mileage of 13.5 litres per 100 km, when towing.
This is it all hooked up and ready to go.
BTW I removed the "grill" under the nudge bar, to get better air flow.
On the highway and over small hills the engine temperature is fine. Once we start climbing a range, the temp gauge rises almost to the red area, then drops as quick as it goes up, when going down the other side.
I'm wondering if any one else has this problem?
I suspect a bigger electric fan would help, or, an addition fan in front of the radiator area.
Any idea's out there?