Reviewed By Kevin W (SCHOFIELD, WI) Reviewed for a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee —3/22/2016 2:49 AM
So far so good. I went on a 200 mile trip with a full tank of gas and got 24.2 mpg. Not bad for a full time 4x4.
Reviewed By JOHN R (Lamoille, NV) Reviewed for a 2006 Jeep Grand Cherokee —6/9/2016 5:37 PM
I recently purchased the 2006 jeep used with 123,000 miles. I was getting 14.5 MPG. TERRIBLE!!So I looked into chips and decided on the Traildash2. I was I little concerned about about the price of $499.00. Despite my concerns I went ahead and bought it anyway. The down loading and programming process is a little challenging but after a number of phone calls to Superchips I got it all done. I am now getting 22 MPG around town. It also fixed my inaccurate speedometer.I couldn't be more pleased!
Reviewed By William S (Dallas, TX) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee —1/22/2016 7:16 AM
I would definitely recommend this tuner/programmer to any car enthusiast that is looking to improve performance in their car. I will say that the canned tunes (the ones that are preloaded on the Trinity) did improve my car (Jeep SRT), but nothing like a custom tune that you can get from someone who knows what they are doing or one you can get when dynoing your car. The interface and software was really easy to use as well as the logging for the custom tuner.
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