Phil Jansen

  • 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

    In Europe, more than half of the new cars sold feature a diesel engine of some form. This is because modern diesel engines, especially in turbocharged form, offer similar performance to their gasoline counterparts but with much better fuel economy. Some models are even more fuel efficient than comparable gasoline-electric hybrids, but still the diesel revolution is yet to take in North America. It’s not helping that brands, such as Jeep, are still refusing to offer diesel options in their latest models. Jeep in fact has no immediate plans to sell a diesel version of its redesigned 2011 Jeep...

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