If you never hit the highway the mpg's keep going down,down,down..hit the highway once in a while to raise it.Keep it around 65 when you do.07 GRAND CHEROKEE 3.7.
Originally Posted by trax95008 View Post
'14 WK2 EcoDiesel Limited
'13 Subaru BRZ
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Reset the MPG's on the dash, if you havent done that since the previous owner had it that could help you get a more accurate calculation. It could say 9mpg but that might be with 50,000 miles worth of recorded driving that its getting 9mpg from. So when your just driving around town it wont change immediately or you wont see any differences. Hope this helped
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Originally Posted by ChanWK
2010 JKU - Stock for now
2005 WK - 6" lift, 35" BFG's, a lot more (SOLD)
10 in town, 14-16 hwy seems to be about average. Also makes me wish I had the CRD!
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I've been getting around 15-16mpg combined highway/city in my 4.7 Laredo. Only had it a week, though, so only about 770 miles to calculate it from. Temps have been in the 30's and low 40's during that time and I've used the cruise only sparingly on longer freeway runs. I did not buy this thing for the gas mileage though. I have my Corvette for that.
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