Originally Posted by saxart
I know those are Jeep's numbers, but there's just no way those two numbers can work together in a vehicle this big.
Don't get me wrong, it's a GREAT looking rig, but if you buy one, be prepared for a real-world 12 MPG...
It's lower to the ground and more aerodynamic, but 18 mpg, even on the highway... I don't see how it's possible to get that even from a 6.1L in a Prius. That's just a big engine, with a lot of friction. That said, the EPA has revised its ratings downward based on a more stringent test routine, so... maybe?
Combined city/hwy, I'd bet it's around 12-14, depending on the driver.