Jeep publishes data on fuel consumption of diesel pickup GladiatorSeptember 3, 2020
Fuel consumption data for the EcoDiesel diesel engine of the 2021 Jeep Gladiator mid-size pickup has been released. The data was published by the US Environmental Agency (EPA).
Final fuel efficiency statistics show that the American Gladiator pickup with EcoDiesel diesel combined with an 8-speed automatic transmission has a fuel consumption of 10.69 liters. in the city, 8.4 liters. on the highway and 9.8 liters. in a mixed cycle. The Gladiator with a Pentastar V6 engine and a six-speed manual transmission has a flow rate of 14.7 / 10.22 / 12.38 liters. per 100 kilometers (city / highway / combined), and when working with an 8-speed “automatic”, the figures are 13.83 / 10.69 / 12.38 liters.
For the more off-road version of the Rubicon, the Gladiator has a fuel efficiency of 11.2 / 8.71 / 9.8 liters. (city / highway / combined).
The more off-road Gladiator EcoDiesel Rubicon mud tires are obviously the key to slightly lower fuel economy.
Jeep Gladiator EcoDiesel develops 260 hp. (600 Nm) and is sold exclusively with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Like the same engine in the Wrangler SUV, the Gladiator’s diesel engine includes a water-cooled turbocharger and variable geometry turbine. It also includes a forged steel crankshaft, aluminum alloy pistons, and a 16.5L1 compression ratio.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Jeep will demonstrate a prototype of the Grand Wagoneer. Jeep announced the return of the Grand Wagoneer back in 2014. And the American brand is going to declassify the novelty already on September 3, while today, August 28, the press service of the brand announced that only the concept of the model will debut, and not the serial version.
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