1,000 miles is a little too soon for me. The owner's manual said it can take a few thousand miles before the engine stops consuming oil. I'll probably have the factory fill changed at 4,000 miles. I've had the truck since August, but due to COVID-19, I was working from home and haven't had the opportunity to drive it as much. I've done a lot of towing with the 2015 since the 2020 wasn't broke-in for the first 5 months I owned it. Life will get a little more normal in the coming months, so I expect we'll drive the 2020 a lot more.I changed my oil myself at 1000 miles. I used a Mopar Filter and the European FS 5w-40.
Annual oil changes are perfect for low mileage oil intervals. We'll be looking forward to seeing your UOA results.I have 3600 miles and I drive under 5000 miles a year so I will just change it yearly. When I change it I will post a UOA. I follow this site for the EcoDiesel.
Nice! I would love to have a Gladiator EcoDiesel, but my wife wants the Wrangler. I'm not sure what we'll end up doing, though. For sure, we won't make any more vehicle purchases until late 2022 (order a 2023 model).I actually own a 2020 Wrangler Unlimited WILLYS ECODIESEL. Same engine a little less torque than the Ram. Some of the components are moved around, but I haven’t had one problem with it.