CRD Patriot

Commander, Patriot, Military Jeep
smac
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Unread post by smac » March 15th, 2010, 9:30 pm

tasar wrote:...getting great economy ...
just wondering what sort of litres per 100kms you are getting?

also, what are the patriots based on? is it the same as the compass? or based on the cherokee? (just out of interest i have no idea, it could be all the other way around)

I just checked out the Jeep.com.au site and they dont have the Compass on it anymore - did it not sell very well?
just purchased an 2010 SR5 ... waiting...

tasar
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Unread post by tasar » March 15th, 2010, 10:40 pm

they don't have a crd in the line up at the moment - VW agreement stopped with fiat ownership

only have the petrol but completely different interior to the 07 model

Patriot/compass/calibar and mitsubishi overlander are all the same car just different on the top

we have had the crd for 2 1/2 years and done 42000km - worse fuel econ is approx 8.5l per km - would average around 7l per 100k and best was over christmas getting 5.5l per 100k- its is amazingly economical

there are a few 2nd hand ones around expect to pay about the same price as a new petrol as they are rare

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Re: CRD Patriot

Unread post by Roadwarrior » September 3rd, 2012, 11:58 pm

just bought a new patriot Sport 2.0L 4x2 for my wife. Top drive! Got all the bits and pieces and only paid $25 000. About 8.5l/100KM. Has got 2100Km on it so far.

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Re: CRD Patriot

Unread post by Roadwarrior » December 6th, 2014, 9:06 am

OK. I take it all back. Had electrical shutdowns problems at 12 500kms. Now has to have transmission rebuild at 43 000kms. Never again!!!!!

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