Who said anything about speeding? I think there is room to recognize the different driving conditions that exist in different parts of the world, and some of the California freeways or even mountain highways at altitude can become hazardous if you aren’t able to keep up with traffic in a reasonable manner, especially on ramps and in merge situations. I too see JKs zip by mine on the freeway all the time. They clearly have different expectations for operation than I do, it doesn’t mean that anyone’s particular vehicle isn’t underpowered for their level of expectation. And to your point, a more appropriately paired engine and transmission with better low-end torque might not “see the gas gauge move” as badly, neglecting the whole counter-argument of fuel makes power and the same amount of fuel is needed whether at low rpm or high... sometimes true but not always.I don't know why you want speed in a Wrangler, whenever I go over 65mph, I can literally see the gas gauge move. I have been passed on the German Autobahn by JKUs with the 2.8CRD doing easily 80-85mph.