August 11, 2022

 

30,000-Mile Replace

Within the wake of the Jeep Gladiator’s 10Best win for its debut mannequin yr, our hopes had been excessive as we welcomed a 2020 Mojave mannequin into our long-term fleet. Regardless of not being our prime choose for pure pickup obligation, as a third-place end in a comparability check proved, the Gladiator was (and nonetheless is) a bolt of freshness within the mid-size truck phase, a novel workhorse with rugged presence, a convertible prime, and a solid-axle Jeep lineage. Sadly, our preliminary pleasure started to fade as mechanical points and day-to-day frustrations beset our Jeep pickup. The Gladiator would finally go away us earlier than it might full its 40,000-mile check, having bumped up in opposition to Stellantis’s 12-month mortgage settlement restrict. However we weren’t terribly unhappy to see it go.

We bear a number of the brunt for our check truck’s disappointment. Selecting the Mojave’s six-speed guide transmission as a substitute of its non-compulsory $2000 eight-speed automated did the usual 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 no favors. With fewer gear ratios and the engine’s 260 pound-feet of torque arriving at a excessive 4400 rpm, we needed to actually work our truck’s clunky shifter and clutch pedal to generate significant pace. That was enjoyable at first however finally grew tiring. The stick shift additionally dropped the Mojave’s towing most to simply 4500 kilos versus the automated model’s 6000. Our truck’s sleepy 8.5-second run to 60 mph made it gradual, important quantities of highway and wind noise contained in the cabin (71 decibels at 70 mph) made it taxing to pilot, and a dismal 15-mpg outcome on our 75-mph freeway check and a 16-mpg common general made it woefully inefficient.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

HIGHS: Extremely distinctive amongst pickups, first rate trip for a solid-axle Jeep, good enjoyable in brief doses.

The Gladiator’s non-compulsory 260-hp 3.0-liter V-6 turbo diesel might have been a greater match for us, but it surely’s not out there on the Mojave trim. After 30,000 miles, we’re satisfied that the eight-speed auto is the way in which to go in any Gladiator, irritating as which may be for savers of manuals and the Jeep devoted’s most religious members. What’s extra, troubles with our truck’s transmission in the end resulted in its full alternative below guarantee at 8424 miles, a repair that took it out of service for a whopping 29 days.

The Mojave trim degree is the one Jeep thus far to put on the model’s Desert Rated badge, which denotes a better proficiency in higher-speed off-road circumstances, but it surely additionally left us wanting. Whereas we appreciated how its upgraded suspension absorbed massive hits and delivered better-than-expected trip consolation, the restricted management supplied by the Gladiator’s stable entrance axle merely makes it ill-suited for shortly traversing tough floor. There is a purpose desert racers deserted that setup many years in the past in favor of impartial entrance suspensions.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

We knew the Gladiator’s recirculating-ball steering would require frequent consideration at freeway speeds. However doing so did put on us out on highway journeys, and the Mojave’s 33-inch Falken Wildpeak A/T tires contributed to simply 0.72 g of skidpad grip and a protracted 197-foot cease from 70 mph. In hindsight, a better choose for a extremely succesful Jeep with a pickup mattress can be the equally priced Rubicon trim, which drives about the identical but brings an electronically locking entrance differential and disconnecting entrance anti-roll bar—options that bolster the Gladiator’s functionality in additional conventional off-roading but are usually not out there on the specialised Mojave.

LOWS: Gradual, thirsty, expensive, clumsy to drive, drivetrain issues.

Which leads us to the newest chapter in our troublesome long-termer’s saga: the alternative of its rear axle meeting below guarantee at 24,491 miles. Distinctive to the Mojave is the power to electronically lock the rear differential in high-range four-wheel-drive mode (the Rubicon’s rear locker solely may be engaged in 4LO). This characteristic was added for 2021, so 2020 model-year examples like ours had been retrofitted with a dealer-installed software program replace. However whereas we had been ready for that to occur, the operation of our truck’s rear locker was hampered by {an electrical} concern that was traced to a defective locking actuator buried deep within the rear axle, necessitating the alternative of the total meeting and a further 9 days out of service.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Luckily, the axle repair did not price us something. We did spend $66 for our third oil-and-filter change at 27,308 miles, and a scheduled 30K-mile service (inspection, new engine air filter, transmission service, and transfer-case fluid change) price us $286, bringing our common service whole to $622. Issue within the earlier $276 alternative of a broken right-rear tire and our Jeep’s out-of-pocket bills tallied just below $900.

The Gladiator’s power lies in its leisure worth as an occasional-use car. Irrespective of the place we took ours—its ultimate journey being a trek from Ann Arbor to Alabama and again—it stood out with its imposing presence. Its guide transmission made it a digital unicorn amongst trendy pickups. And the Mojave mannequin, regardless of its drawbacks, stays arguably essentially the most comfortable-riding solid-axle Jeep out there. Further enjoyable could possibly be had by eradicating its doorways and the hardtop’s roof panels (or taking the highest off altogether).

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However for each optimistic trait that our Gladiator exhibited, there was a minimum of one shortcoming that harm each its functionality and enchantment—whilst a novelty. Whereas a unique mannequin configuration might need produced a extra favorable consensus amongst our employees, the Gladiator continues to be saddled with a tiny pickup mattress, uncomfortable ergonomics, and poor on-road manners in comparison with different mid-size pickups. And there is merely no getting across the two main mechanical issues we skilled with our rig, which stickered for $58,920 as examined. The ultimate remark in our long-termer’s logbook ably sums up our emotions: “The Mojave’s cool issue simply cannot make up for its compromises.”

Months in Fleet: 14 months Present Mileage: 30,212 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 16 mpg
Gasoline Tank Dimension: 22.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 350 miles
Service: $622 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Harm and Destruction: $276

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20,000-Mile Replace

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Employees editor Drew Dorian summed up our preliminary tackle the Jeep Gladiator with a latest gem in our long-termer’s logbook: “I am unable to consider one other car on sale immediately that’s as flawed however nonetheless totally charming. The whole lot about the way in which this truck drives is clunky, awkward, and uncomfortable—and but I beloved each minute behind the wheel.” For an old-school pickup with two stable axles and the added novelty of a convertible prime, that is a excessive praise. However as our Gladiator Mojave rolls (slowly, noisily) previous the midway level of its 40,000-mile check, reward for its eccentric character has change into much less widespread as its day-to-day frustrations develop extra distinguished.

By now, our gripes in regards to the Gladiator are acquainted: It is loud inside, plodding on the transfer, and its steering appears to have solely an off-the-cuff relationship with the entrance wheels. “It seems badass, however I would not wish to commute in one thing with so little sound deadening and tires this noisy,” learn a logbook remark that went on to level out how the truck’s upright dashboard forces even diminutive drivers to know the wheel with scrunched-up arms.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Lengthy-distance journey stays a chore in Jeep’s mid-size pickup. But our rig has stayed comparatively lively inside Michigan’s borders, together with a visit to the west aspect of the state for an outing on the Silver Lake Sand Dunes, plus a tenting tour to the Higher Peninsula. Some takeaways from these adventures are as follows: Our truck’s smooth tonneau cowl will not be safe sufficient to stop hungry raccoons from loosening its fasteners and climbing contained in the mattress seeking foodstuffs that we thought had been safely stowed away. And the high-strung 3.6-liter V-6, with its 4400-rpm torque peak, will not be ideally suited to traversing deep sand. Even with a good 285 horsepower on faucet, we regularly needed to interact the four-wheel-drive system’s low vary and abuse the six-speed guide’s clutch to make any significant progress within the dunes. No because of the dunes, our common gas economic system is up 1 mpg, now to 16 mpg.

Whereas we would like to go to Silver Lake once more to raised consider the Mojave trim’s Desert Rated suspension, our pleasure—and our long-termer’s sturdiness—is starting to wane. Its guide parking-brake deal with has developed an annoying rattle and the guide shifter has the exactitude of a stick stirring a bucket of rocks. “This factor begins with a clatter that makes me fear about its long-term sturdiness,” wrote director of auto testing Dave VanderWerp.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Sadly, we have been unable to rectify some points with our truck’s electronically locking rear differential. As a refresher, the rear diffs in 2021 model-year Mojave fashions may be locked in high-range four-wheel drive to enhance off-road traction at larger speeds, however preliminary 2020 fashions corresponding to ours lack that means. Jeep has launched a software program replace that’s presupposed to convey these early vans as much as spec. Nonetheless, our long-termer additionally has gained an digital glitch that falsely signifies the locker is engaged when it’s not—and from what we are able to inform it can’t be locked in any respect. Pandemic-related points have sophisticated leaving our truck on the vendor for the mandatory period of time for a full prognosis, however we’ll observe up quickly with an replace.

Luckily, we now have been capable of get our truck serviced on schedule, with its oil-life monitor figuring out the newest pit cease at 16,641 miles. That included an oil change, tire rotation, and a cabin air filter alternative, all of which amounted to a $176 invoice. Changing a flat Falken WildPeak A/T3W tire price us one other $276.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Technical issues apart, the Gladiator stays wholly distinctive amongst trendy pickup vans and is usually entertaining in small doses. However our instance has so far been moderately problematic and never solely pleasing to stay with, diminishing its enchantment. One other commenter wrote, “I really like how mission-driven the Gladiator is, however what precisely is that mission—look cool, really feel depressing?” We’ve got just a little over 16,000 miles left to provide you with a greater reply.

Months in Fleet: 12 months Present Mileage: 23,788 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 16 mpg
Gasoline Tank Dimension: 22.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 350 miles
Service: $270 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Harm and Destruction: $276


10,000-Mile Replace

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

There may be little disagreement amongst our employees that our Jeep Gladiator Mojave is cool, what with its rugged swagger, detachable prime and doorways, guide transmission, and spectacular off-road credentials. “Is it $58K cool?” opined technical editor David Beard within the Gladiator’s logbook. “No, not even shut.” That declaration could also be just a little untimely contemplating our truck has solely simply crossed the quarter-way level of its 40,000-mile check, but it surely does illustrate that issues haven’t gone as swimmingly as we had hoped for Jeep’s 10Best-winning compact pickup.

Cool or not, our Gladiator has already earned an enormous demerit for spending a mixed 29 days out of service to have its transmission changed below guarantee. Lower than 1000 miles after its first scheduled service go to at 7600 miles—a $94 job consisting of an oil change, tire rotation, and numerous inspections—we returned to have the vendor diagnose a rattling from its clutch and a whining noise from the gearbox itself, notably when in decrease gears. Per a latest recall for sure manual-transmission Wranglers and Gladiators, Jeep HQ suggested the vendor to switch the six-speed and examine the clutch meeting. That inspection revealed a number of overheated sections on the clutch’s strain plate and extreme play within the dual-mass flywheel, each of which necessitated the alternative of the total meeting.

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

Fortunately, nothing failed catastrophically and prompted a fireplace, which was the primary concern of the recall. However the vendor didn’t but have the instruments wanted to disassemble the transmission, so an investigative tear down couldn’t be carried out. Nor has the vendor but obtained Jeep’s newest software program replace, which addresses the recall concern by supposedly limiting the engine’s torque if the clutch will get too scorching once more. We’ll have that replace put in as quickly because it’s out there, however our Mojave’s new drivetrain seems to be working because it ought to for now.

The Gladiator’s common operation comes with its personal share of points, although. As we assumed after we configured our long-termer, its composition doesn’t make it one of the best every day commuter or long-range freeway traveler. For one, the Mojave is painfully gradual, thanks partly to the peaky nature of its 3.6-liter gasoline V-6, which needs to be thrashed to round 4000 rpm earlier than it makes any significant grunt. Having to function the clunky six-speed shifter and clutch pedal would not assist issues, though the entertaining novelty of a stick shift does swimsuit a solid-axle Jeep’s character. As a few of us adapt to our truck’s plodding nature higher than others, logbook musings have questioned whether or not the Gladiator’s out there diesel V-6—which sadly each is not provided on the Mojave trim and requires the non-compulsory eight-speed automated—might need been a extra livable setup.

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

Owing partly to its stick axles, massive all-terrain tires, and blocky profile, the Mojave additionally got here below hearth for its susceptibility to crosswinds, which magnifies its already pronounced tendency to wander between lane strains. Together with the cacophony of wind and highway noise that permeates our Jeep’s cabin at pace (with the hardtop put in), “The driving expertise is fairly atrocious,” noticed director of auto testing Dave VanderWerp on an prolonged highway journey along with his household, noting that he was commonly holding 45 levels of steering enter to stop the Gladiator from leaving its lane. Beard concurred. “Heavy-duty vans observe with extra precision.” He is additionally a bit salty in regards to the meager 4500-pound tow score of our manual-Mojave mannequin. Certainly, that is down from the automated model’s 6000-pound most and fewer than many soft-roading crossovers can tug. “Pulling a two-place (3500-pound) snowmobile trailer may be executed, but it surely’s removed from pleasing,” he added.

We’re additionally not having fun with how continuously we now have to fill the Mojave’s 22.0-gallon gas tank. Regardless of common adventures round Michigan and long-haul voyages to Virginia and Tennessee, our truck continues to common simply 15 mpg—the identical determine that it returned on our 75-mph freeway check, which is a pitiful 8 mpg lower than its EPA estimate. “That is the uncommon gas-powered automobile that will get higher gas economic system in stop-and-go metropolis driving than on the freeway,” famous VanderWerp.

Marc UrbanoAutomobile and Driver

However with 27,000 miles nonetheless to go in our check, we’re removed from able to admit we botched our truck’s configuration. Jeep’s Desert-rated Gladiator nonetheless rides impressively effectively contemplating its antiquated suspension, even our largest drivers have discovered consolation within the Mojave trim’s supportive entrance seats, and this big-tired pickup stays effortlessly cool, as many head-swiveling passersby proceed to substantiate. We will chalk up a number of the frustrations with our truck to its keep so far coinciding with Michigan’s dreary cold-weather months, which many people endure in a state of semi-hibernation. As soon as we are able to romp via the sand dunes in the summertime solar and cruise alongside the lakeside with the highest and doorways off, we’ll hopefully be just a little extra forgiving of the Gladiator’s shortcomings.

Months in Fleet: 7 months Present Mileage: 12,976 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 15 mpg
Gasoline Tank Dimension 22.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 330 miles
Service: $94 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Harm and Destruction: $0


Introduction

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

The distinctive bodily make-up of the Jeep Gladiator offers it an plain cool issue. Whereas four-door compact pickups are nothing new, there’s just one that is primarily based on the rolling anachronism that’s the Jeep Wrangler, convertible prime and all. The Gladiator even may be had with a characteristic that has virtually utterly disappeared from new pickups: a guide transmission. We instantly fell for its uncommon allure and stable versatility, naming it to our 2020 10Best listing upon its debut and largely agreeing it was the brand new small truck we would wish to personal, regardless of a comparability check proving that it wasn’t one of the best at its core mission.

It took some time to recruit a Gladiator for our long-term 40,000-mile check routine, however that delay in the end labored to our profit. After the Gladiator’s launch, a compelling new model was added to the lineup. Launched earlier this yr, the Mojave trim degree sits alongside the burly Rubicon on the prime of the Gladiator’s mannequin vary and is the primary of the Jeep model’s Desert Rated autos. Constructing on Jeep’s acquainted Path Rated fashions which are fortified for standard off-roading with stronger four-wheel-drive methods, skid plates, and upgraded tires, the Mojave is designed to excel in higher-speed off-road environments.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Together with a bolstered body, 33-inch-tall tires on 17-inch wheels, and slight will increase to the Gladiator’s wheelbase and observe, the Mojave good points new 2.5-inch Fox internal-bypass dampers, a 1.0-inch entrance suspension raise, and secondary Fox hydraulic entrance jounce dampers, which function extra heavy-duty, short-stroke shock absorbers that assist forestall the suspension from bottoming out. Whereas its Dana 44 axles are just like the Rubicon’s, the Mojave additionally options stronger entrance steering knuckles, a beefier rear axle housing, and a switch case with a taller low-range ratio, 2.72:1 versus the Rubicon’s 4.00:1. Mannequin-specific entrance seats with extra aspect bolstering are also included.

Missing the Rubicon’s electronically locking entrance differential and disconnecting entrance anti-roll bar, the Mojave suffers just a little when tackling mud holes and extra technical off-road obstacles. But it surely does have a brand new Off Highway Plus drive mode that dials again the traction management’s intervention and sharpens the responses of the throttle and automated transmission. For the 2021 mannequin yr, Off Highway Plus additionally permits the Mojave’s customary rear locking differential to be activated in 4HI mode. (The Rubicon’s rear locker works solely in 4LO.) Our truck doesn’t have that means in the mean time, however Jeep says that it’s working to make the characteristic a no-cost retrofit on 2020 fashions.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

The 2020 Mojave carries the identical $45,370 base worth because the Rubicon. We opted for a rugged-looking coat of Gobi Clear Coat paint with black aluminum wheels and a black inside. The most expensive possibility on our truck is the $1845 upgraded Uconnect infotainment system with an 8.4-inch touchscreen and an Alpine audio system. However we additionally splurged $1595 on leather-based upholstery, $1295 for a black three-piece detachable hardtop, $1195 in LED exterior lights, and $1050 for protecting rock-slider rails below the door sills.

Quite a few smaller extras upped our truck’s as-tested determine to $58,920, which continues to be lower than just about each different Gladiator we have evaluated. Further choices embody parking sensors and blind-spot monitoring ($895), a cargo administration bundle with a bed-mounted energy outlet and a lockable storage bin below the rear seat ($895), adaptive cruise management ($795), heaters for the steering wheel and entrance seats ($695), a roll-up tonneau cowl ($595), a forward-facing path digital camera ($595), a headliner for the hardtop ($555), keyless entry ($495), a spray-in bedliner ($495), a towing package deal and hitch ($350), all-weather flooring mats ($165), and a tie-down strap for the fold-down windshield ($40).

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Our choice to move on the Gladiator’s newly non-compulsory EcoDiesel V-6 was simple as a result of it is solely out there on 2021 Sport, Overland, and Rubicon fashions. Jeep deems the diesel’s low-revving character to be lower than supreme for the faster-paced motion envisioned for the Mojave. What’s extra, the diesel can solely be paired with the also-optional eight-speed automated transmission. However the monetary toll of that $6000 improve, there are these amongst us that imagine on precept that hard-core Jeeps ought to solely be fitted with stick shifts. For us, it was the Gladiator’s customary 285-hp 3.6-liter gasoline V-6 and six-speed guide or nothing.

The massive disadvantage of this configuration is that it reduces the truck’s towing capability. Whereas some fashions can tug as much as 7650 kilos with the gasoline V-6, the Mojave’s smooth suspension limits it to 6000 kilos with the automated. Go for the guide, nevertheless, and that most falls to simply 4500 kilos. Payload capability is capped at 1200 kilos.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

That is the primary time we have had a Mojave on the check observe—or, for that matter, a guide Gladiator of any kind. However in comparison with the final Rubicon mannequin geared up with the eight-speed automated we evaluated, our 5175-pound long-termer weighs 83 fewer kilos. It takes a good quantity of labor to succeed in the gasoline V-6’s 4400-rpm torque peak, and the outright thrust it gives is merely enough. As soon as our truck accomplished Jeep’s quick 300-mile break-in interval, a brutal high-rpm clutch drop in 4HI launched it to 60 mph in a lazy 8.5 seconds—0.2 second slower than the Rubicon. Our truck trailed its sibling by the identical quantity (and 4 mph) via the quarter-mile, tripping the lights in 16.5 seconds at 82 mph. The Mojave’s massive Falken WildPeak A/T3W tires (LT285/70R-17) may go effectively in unfastened terrain, however as with the Rubicon, they solely present 0.72 g of grip on the skidpad. Stops from 70 mph take a protracted 197 ft.

Based mostly on the motion our Gladiator’s already seen, its obligation cycle will probably be an lively one. Together with basic commuting, it is towed a 3500-pound ski boat with no concern, visited our native off-road park, and traveled each north to Michigan’s Higher Peninsula and south to Virginia Worldwide Raceway. Drivers appear to agree that the Mojave’s softly sprung suspension and lengthy wheelbase permit it to trip extra comfortably than different new solid-axle Jeeps. Its steering is obscure, its dealing with is clumsy, and the guide’s lengthy throws and numb clutch pedal are something however exact. However we anticipated as a lot. Extra essential, that is merely an pleasing machine to function. “Tremendous enjoyable,” “an genuine Jeep expertise,” and “the easiest way to drive a Gladiator” all grace our truck’s early logbook entries.

Michael SimariAutomobile and Driver

Nonetheless, commenters have additionally famous loads of shortcomings, together with the Mojave’s dismal 15-mpg common gas economic system. Whereas some drivers discover it quieter inside than they anticipated, our Gladiator’s 71 decibels of inside noise at 70 mph is loud sufficient to impair the performance of its voice recognition system. Its pedals are also spaced moderately far aside for heel-and-toe work, and there isn’t any lifeless pedal to relaxation your left foot. In again, the shallow cargo field will not be tall sufficient with the tonneau cowl put in to accommodate even a reasonably sized cooler.

And all drivers agree that the Mojave is painfully gradual, particularly on the freeway. “One-hundred-percent throttle is required to merge, to climb, to move, to get anyplace,” wrote employees editor Austin Irwin. Testing deputy director Okay.C. Colwell echoed that sentiment on his trek to VIR, including that downshifting to fourth gear for lengthy stretches at a time was the one method to make significant progress within the Appalachians. On degree floor and with the guide in sixth gear, the Mojave required a staggering 24.3 seconds to finish the 30-to-50-mph and 50-to-70-mph passing checks. With many adventures and greater than 35,000 miles to go in our check, we’ll have loads of alternatives to see if the Mojave’s distinctive charms can outweigh its negatives.

Months in Fleet: 2 months Present Mileage: 4556 miles
Common Gasoline Financial system: 15 mpg
Gasoline Tank Dimension: 22.0 gal Noticed Gasoline Vary: 330 miles
Service: $0 Regular Put on: $0 Restore: $0
Harm and Destruction: $0

Specs

Specs

2020 Jeep Gladiator Mojave

Automobile Kind: front-engine, rear-/4-wheel-drive, 5-passenger, 4-door pickup

PRICE

Base/As Examined: $45,370/$58,920

Choices: Premium audio group, $1845; leather-trimmed bucket seats, $1595; Black Freedom three-piece onerous prime, $1295; Cargo Administration group with Path Rail system, $895; Chilly Climate group, $695; Jeep Energetic Security group, $895; adaptive cruise management, $795; forward-facing path cam, $595

ENGINE

DOHC 24-valve V-6, aluminum block and heads, direct gas injection

Displacement: 220 in3, 3605 cm3

Energy: 285 hp @ 6400 rpm

Torque: 260 lb-ft @ 4400 rpm

TRANSMISSION

6-speed guide

CHASSIS

Suspension, F/R: stay axle/stay axle

Brakes, F/R: 13.0-in vented disc/13.6-in vented disc

Tires: Falken WildPeak A/T3W

LT285/70R-17 116/113Q M+S

DIMENSIONS

Wheelbase: 137.3 in

Size: 218.1 in

Width: 73.8 in

Peak: 74.1 in

Passenger Quantity: 104 ft3

Curb Weight: 5175 lb

C/D TEST RESULTS

60 mph: 8.5 sec

1/4-Mile: 16.5 sec @ 82 mph
Outcomes above omit 1-ft rollout of 0.2 sec.

Rolling Begin, 5–60 mph: 9.3 sec

High Gear, 30–50 mph: 24.3 sec

High Gear, 50–70 mph: 24.3 sec

High Velocity (gov ltd): 97 mph

Braking, 70–0 mph: 197 ft

Roadholding, 300-ft Skidpad: 0.72 g

C/D FUEL ECONOMY

Noticed: 16 mpg

Unscheduled oil additions: 0 qt

EPA FUEL ECONOMY

Mixed/Metropolis/Freeway: 19/16/23 mpg

WARRANTY

3 years/36,000 miles bumper to bumper

5 years/60,000 miles powertrain

3 years/limitless miles corrosion safety

5 years/60,000 miles roadside help

C/D TESTING EXPLAINED


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