Opting for the 3.-liter diesel in the Jeep Gladiator usually means creating some sacrifices: supplying up 25 horsepower, shelling out an additional $4650, and foregoing the risk of having a manual transmission. And the diesel isn’t really as swift, many thanks to its excess 500 kilos of heft. Even so, the diesel-driven Gladiator heaves out 442 pound-toes of torque, producing this engine a lot happier than its 3.6-liter gas counterpart when asked to do truck things. Like, you know, propel a truck. It’s possible the EcoDiesel Gladiator is just not a lot quicker, but it sure feels like it, and its casual ability satisfies Jeep’s pickup.
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