Inside Look at Jeep's New High-Output 3.0-liter GME Powertrain

When it comes to pushing the limits of adventure, Jeep knows a thing or two about what it takes to stay out in front. For fans of Jeep who enjoy leading the crusade off-road and wherever the trails lead, you'll be please to know that Jeep has recently unveiled its plan for a new revolutionary powertrain. Scheduled to debut in April, Jeep's long-anticipated new inline-six engine is poised to make headlines at New York's annual Auto Show.

What's the Buzz About?

If you know anything about Jeep, it's that a lack of fuel efficiency often thwarts their adventurous capability. Although impressively powerful and rugged, Jeep has yet to come up with a solution to such lackluster and underperforming fuel economy. That is, however, until now. With the brand's new high-output 3.0-liter GME inline-six engine to feature in the new Grand Wagoneer, Jeep is gunning to reinvent the meaning of fuel-efficient capability.

But what makes this turbocharged engine so important? In recent years, Jeep has been looking for a way to address poor fuel economy by brainstorming ideas for implementing plug-in hybrid technology. And thus, the new turbocharged inline-six engine was born. Expected to come standard as a plug-in hybrid powertrain on the new Grand Wagoneer, the new 3.0-liter turbo engine is already playing out to be a smart move for Jeep.

What We Know So Far

As the future of hybrid performance technology takes precedent over aging, high-displacement naturally aspirated V8 engines, Jeep is looking to make amends with Buffalo and Niagara Falls drivers. For all those years you've been wishing and longing for a more fuel-efficient Jeep engine, the experts at Northtown Chrysler Jeep Dodge FIAT are happy to say that it's finally on the way.

Contact Us

For more information and to reserve a test drive of the new Grand Wagoneer, we invite you to please call or contact us online at Northtown Chrysler Jeep Dodge FIAT in North Tonawanda, NY.

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