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Old 09-26-2012, 01:11 PM   #29
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From what I read, the 6.7 and 5.7 powered 2500s get nearly identical mpgs. Difference? About 260 ft lbs of torque... if you can pay for it lol.

As for the 3.0L diesel we are discussing: I read an article on it in Diesel Power Mag and its a tride and true BRUTE of an engine! They built this engine to last a lifetime, no doubt. Its impossible to turn a bearing, and instead of main caps, its got a whole solid piece that bolts onto the bottom end of this thing with massive bolts. Its strong as hael! Now Im thinkin about researching buying one

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Old 09-26-2012, 03:29 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by Denis4x4 View Post
I ordered a 2013 Grand Cherokee Overland Summit yesterday with the 6 speed auto, 5.7 Hemi and the off road suspension package. Hemi is rated at 390 ft lbs of torque, 360 HP and has the fuel saver technology.
I just got the Dodge Durango version of that vehicle. I've only towed a few miles to set up the hitch, but since I live at the top of a two and half mile long hill, I've already seen that that engine has some torque.

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