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Jeep Liberty 2.8L VM Motori Turbodiesel

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Jeep Liberty

Turbo_T_SERIES_3/201402/27/10555.html">Jeep’s Diesel-Powered Liberty

and Description: Four-cylinder, inline, 171 ci (2,768 cc)Bore x Stroke: in (94×100 mm)Valve System: drive, DOHC, 16-valveFuel Direct injection, common 23,000 psiConstruction: Cast-iron aluminum cylinder headCompression 17.5:1Horsepower: 160 at 3,800 rpmTorque: 295 at 1,800 rpmMax. Engine 4,300 rpm, electronically Capacity: 6.3 qtCoolant Capacity: qtEmission Controls: EGR, converters

We’d take the VM Turbo/201604/06/24867.html">Motori turbodiesel in the Jeep over the 3.7L gasoline V-6 any We’ll even go so far as to say the new common-rail (CRD) engine is good to make people consider a Liberty that would even have given Jeep a second look The 2.8L’s impressive torque a little off the line, but load it and the turbo builds enough to give you 295 lb-ft of torque at 1,800 rpm. The Liberty’s is good.

We didn’t get any speeding tickets in the Jeep, but it will spin the We’re more into the fuel economy performance. we only averaged 20 mpg over our test, we were able to 30 mpg on some highway runs.

Currently, the Liberty diesel is available with the five-speed but the quick shifting transmission the dual over head cam four-valve engine right in its When we popped the hood to out this new diesel, we were surprised to see an Optima RedTop anchoring the electrical system.

We that Jeep is working to downplay the cute-ute stigma plagues the diesel Liberty most male buyers. it or hate it, we know the looks it hard for the man of the house to drive town without his buddies him about it. As much as we love the new even we still feel of dorky driving it.

Jeep Liberty

Once you get inside the Liberty, any of dorkiness is replaced by the command-seating this 4×4 has. In our it (and the fuel economy) this the perfect urban Jeep. But, on a cross-country that same sitting was deemed to be less comfortable.

It takes some getting to the center console-mounted power switches. And while we could see gasoline vehicle owners about the diesel clatter, we found it very intrusive. The noise is detectable at idle and throttle, but at freeway speeds the clatter seems to go away.

the Liberty out on the trail, this 4×4 showed that with independent front it still has the Jeep DNA. We did having the option of full-time wheel drive which the Liberty much better in the and snow.

If Jeep could just the Liberty’s styling with testosterone, we know it would more of these little

Test Vehicle Specifications:Miles 533Body Style: Four-door vehicleAssembly Plant: Toledo, 2.8L VM Motori dieselTransmission: five-speed automaticGear Ratios 3.00Second (up-shift): 1.67Second 1.50Third: 1.00Fourth: 0.75Fifth: 3.00Transfer Case: NV242Low-Range 2.72:1Axle Ratio: 3.73Wheelbase: inTrack Width (front/rear): inOverall Length (to spare 174.4 inOverall Width: inOverall Height (to roof 71 inDrag Coefficient: 0.421Fuel Capacity: 20.5 galCargo 29.0 cubic-foot, with seat up; 69.0 cubic-foot, rear seat folded 5,650 lbGCWR: 10,150 Weight: 4,306 lbTrailer Class IIIMax. Trailer Weight: 750 lbMax.

Trailer Weight: 5,000 Payload: 1,150 lbMax. 400 lbEstimated EPA Fuel Economy 21 city / 26 highwayDiesel Power’s Average Fuel Economy: 20 mpg

Jeep Liberty

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