( www.TFLcar.com ) The 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee Diesel is a very fuel efficient Crossover that's good off-road and fuel efficient on the highway. The 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid is a small crossover that very fuel efficient in the city. One is hybrid and one is diesel, but which one sips less fuel on TFLcar's 100 mile test loop and which one is faster from 0-60 MPH? You can watch this TFLcar video to find out.

( www.patreon.com/tflcar ) Please visit to support TFLcar & TFLtruck.

Check us out on:
Facebook: ( www.facebook.com/tflcar )
Twitter: ( www.twitter.com/tflcar )
and now even Truck Videos on YouTube at:
The Fast Lane Truck ( www.youtube.com/user/tflcar )
and classic cars as well at:
TFLClassics ( www.youtube.com/user/ClassicsUnleashed )

Comments

    • Jacques Ferreira
      Jacques Ferreira

      Love that Jeep.

      about 8 days ago
    • Enrique de Ezcurra
      Enrique de Ezcurra

      Bad comparison. Firstly they should test the same amount of money worth of combustible. Secondly they should have emptied the tanks before refilling.

      about 2 months ago
    • Joshua Peal
      Joshua Peal

      What about towing and weight capacity

      about 4 months ago
    • J.D. Matthias
      J.D. Matthias

      If diesel didnt have DEF, the engine would be more popular

      about 4 months ago
    • Ani Destiny
      Ani Destiny

      Jeep all the way.

      about 5 months ago
    • epriiih
      epriiih

      What about diesel tax, huge repair bills on jeep and more frequent maintenance needed on jeep?

      Jeep lost this.

      about 6 months ago
    • Ben P.
      Ben P. In reply to epriiih

      I hear a lot of people saying jeep is unreliable and toyotas never fail. Is there some proof of this or are we all just going on everyones opinion? I have worked on toyotas, they break like any other machine with moving parts. I have also worked on jeeps, they break like any other machine with moving parts.

      about 3 months ago
    • said said
      said said

      0.to 60 less than 8

      about 7 months ago
    • Mascotal
      Mascotal

      Great video. Thanks for doing the math and giving us the real deal.

      about 7 months ago
    • Christopher Wilson
      Christopher Wilson

      In my eyes the diesel GC and the hybrid RAV4 serve two different purposes. The GC is a 4x4 and being diesel helps it have better range, low end tq, and a turbo for high altitudes. The rav4 is for daily drivers that want to save sone money on gas.

      about 9 months ago
    • David Huot
      David Huot

      Get better mileage to go to the Jeep dealer. For reliability, go for Rav4 all the way, manufacture in Japan with zero free issues / trouble. Also Eco friendly, Diesel will get banned in Europe soon. For air pollution , go with hybrid , eco conscience !

      about 9 months ago
    • Daniel Pulido
      Daniel Pulido

      Completely biased and technically poor review.

      about 10 months ago
    • fmonk
      fmonk

      Ugh. The RAV4 sounds like a turd.

      about 10 months ago
    • Omega Beta
      Omega Beta

      You guys do good reviews and videos, but sometimes you make ridiculous ones that should be deleted.

      about 10 months ago
    • Derrick Medina
      Derrick Medina

      Oh God, $56,000 for a Jeep. We could have ended there.

      about 10 months ago
    • Marius Anghel
      Marius Anghel

      And you compare what? You know how many issues you will have with that diesel engine? Reliability? There's no comparison. Toyota wins this by a mile.

      about 11 months ago
    • Jesus A Valentin
      Jesus A Valentin

      I can get an average of 29 mpg mixed driving in my rav4.

      about 11 months ago
    • Jesus A Valentin
      Jesus A Valentin

      You can get faster 0 - 60 on the Rav4 if you start in "4 gear".
      With my 170# weight I can get it in 6.7 seconds.

      about 11 months ago
    • Chris Ali
      Chris Ali

      I prefer the Jeep, now if they can only stop the engines disintegrating!

      about 11 months ago
    • William Kuhlmann
      William Kuhlmann

      way2kuhl

      about 11 months ago
    • William Kuhlmann
      William Kuhlmann In reply to William Kuhlmann

      As a rav4 hybrid owner I know that it will get way better mileage than that on the highway. Usually mid to upper 30's Your haphazard fill-up procedure doesn't seem very scientific to me. Also, as a previous comment noted, the Rav4 hybrid is only about $700 more than a gas-only model for the same trim level with AWD.

      about 11 months ago
    • Salt&Sea *!
      Salt&Sea *!

      why is this even a comparison?

      about 1 year ago
    • Elon Musk
      Elon Musk

      Grand Cherokee eh But I prefer RAV4
      Why do you ask it's because of the looks the RAV4 Looks Cooler and it's a Hybrid My opinion! Everyone is different

      about 1 year ago
    • Raymie Covington
      Raymie Covington

      Please remember Toyota is NOT Honda.
      Toyota Japanese junk
      HONDA Japanese reliability

      about 1 year ago
    • Timo Hacks
      Timo Hacks

      I'll have that jeep any day that Toyota piece of shit looks so ugly

      about 1 year ago
    • 6chhelipilot
      6chhelipilot

      Toyota wins if you drive it more in town and city situations when you can take more advantage of the electric motor, otherwise, diesel wins in this situation.

      about 1 year ago
    • Old China
      Old China

      I had a 2015 GC Summit diesel and put 86,000 kms on it. The best ever mileage I saw was 7.9 on the highway, no hills going 110 kph. In February, I traded it for a 2018 GC Summit with the 3.6 gas engine as no diesel option available since 2016. The mileage is approximately 30% less with the same type of driving. I'm lucky if I see 11.5 litres per kilometer. Also, not nearly as peppy. In June, they opened orders for diesels again here in Toronto but alas, too late for me. Loved the diesel. Sounded better too.

      about 1 year ago
    • cgKyle
      cgKyle

      Dieselgate. Go ahead and say it! Better for wallet, worse for the planet.

      about 1 year ago
    • Hammer Home
      Hammer Home

      Hybrid's are not a hwy achiever ... city only.

      about 1 year ago
    • phantomrose1999
      phantomrose1999

      My 2017 Jeep GC gets 7.5 to 7.6l/100kms on the freeway, in hilly country. Sydney to Brisbane and Melbourne to Sydney at 110 km/h including overtaking at 140. Clock over 1000kms before I fill up and always have over 100kms range left.

      about 1 year ago
    • phantomrose1999
      phantomrose1999

      I have a 2017 Jeep GC and did not see you put it in sport mode ?

      about 1 year ago
    • sandydoull
      sandydoull In reply to phantomrose1999

      phantomrose1999 noticed that too!

      about 1 year ago
    • Alex LaJeunesse
      Alex LaJeunesse

      As said, the hybrid is designed to perform better in city driving. I bet the RAV4 hybrid could actually get over 30mpg highway hyper-miling but I’m sure it could also get over 35mpg city. Every Toyota Hybrid is able of trouncing the EPA numbers.

      about 1 year ago