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1995 jeep wrangler 2.5l thinking about buying the 2.5 just wondering what kind of power it has on the freeway don't want a car where i have to go pedal to the metal to get on the freeway

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The 2.5L does not have nearly enough power for this vehicle. They are terribly undersized and tend to wear out quickly because they are worked so hard all the time. I have seen a lot of them come through my shop either burning oil badly or with blown rod bearings because of this. I would get one of the six cylinder models, it seems to be much better suited.

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