Originally Posted by brained
With the turbo diesel there is gobs of power and good mileage, no issues there. You'll probably notice the shorter wheel base coming from a pickup but it doesn't bother me. It's rated at 7200lbs so if you load your trailer too heavy it'll be over weight. The 24FBS is rated at 7000lbs and we make efforts to keep it light but I haven't weighed mine fully loaded yet.
I'll vouch for that. I love the way my Diesel Jeep pulls my jayco 28bhs. Towed from Utah to Mt. Rushmore and back this past summer, just over 2k miles and averaged over 13mpg for the entire trip.
2015 Jay Flight 28BHS
2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Overland w/ 3.0 EcoDiesel and ORAII.
(Sold) 2008 Nissan Pathfinder, 5.6L V8, K&N intake, airlift 1000 in rear springs, Tekonsha P-3 brake controller, Warn 8000 winch on front end brush guard w/ 2 LED flood lights, 6000k HID conversion headlamps, Audiovox rear entertainment DVD system