When I start my new Jeep, even in a cold setting, the engine gets up to temperature extremely quickly...like quicker than any vehicle I’ve ever owned. Just curious if it is because the engine is so small or what?
How are you judging this quick heating? By the temp of air coming out of the vents or by the temp gauge on the dashboard? I have noticed that my new 2020 with V6 seems to come up to operating temp on the gauge quite quickly as well.
I have had a number of 2.0 turbo Wranglers as rental cars and as far as I can tell they seem to come up to temp quickly but never seem to get overheated. it appears they have the heating/cooling system working now better than ever including my V6 I just bought.
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