Ram new Diesel specs

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    If they have all the emissions finally sorted I will get the diesel in my Gladiator :rock:
     
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    Sport Max Town?? I take it you mean Sport S with max tow. IMO the diesel will only be available in the Overland and Rubicon. Not just a random opinion, based on what FCA has done with other product lines. Although anything is possible at this point.....
     
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    So much temptation, wonder how long we have to wait to get the number$ ,already waiting for gator, might have to wait a little longer
     
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    Supposedly, the RAM can be ordered with the new diesel this summer with deliveries commencing August, so perhaps soon for the Ram cost. Probably not until Oct/Nov before we know how Jeep is going to nail us.
     
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    Not sure if any one caught it in the TFL video but they claim Chevy will be offering the diesel for same cost as the 6.2l...so $2495. So starting the price war.
     
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    Excellent.PNG
     
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    Yes, I meant the Sport S Max Tow. I figured the diesel would be available across the lineup. I guess we will see.
     
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    Hmmm...
    (From a Jalopnik article)

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    I’m just wondering if there’s any reason that the Gladiator wouldn’t have this same engine.

    I sure hope so. : )
     
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    Unlikely in my opinion.

    Same reason the Ram's Pentastar is tuned for 305 HP and the Jeep's is 285.
     
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    I think it'll still be detuned, but the same engine. Which is good. Hopefully it will be made similar wit ha GDE tune.
     
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    Oh, yeah, of course it'll be the same engine. They don't make multiple engines. I assumed he meant the HP/torque numbers. The Ram usually has higher power numbers because they have more space to increase intake/exhaust efficiency. At least, that's the case for the 3.6L.
     
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    Even if it has the same numbers as my current wk2 ecodeisel, I don't care. They need to hurry up. THe waiting is killing me. It's hard to see them on FB and popping up locally.
     
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    Yeah they keep saying November for the Ram, so the question I guess is how much longer after that before they open order banks for other models? I wouldn't be surprised if it ends up being the 2021 calendar year before we actually see EcoDiesel open for ordering on JT/JL...if ever. Remember, they've been promising this engine for JL since late 2017.
     
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    No Sir, current promise for RAM is on the streets in Aug. And Wrangler in Nov.

    The TFL video guys said 4th qtr and of course I only think of 4th qtr as July-Sep (DoD fiscal year), no idea what FCAs is...Calender year or aligned with Gov fiscal calendar?

    nothing firmer than 2021 model year for JT
     
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