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We are averaging just under 20mpg with our 24 Sport S, which is completely stock yet. Have 1200 miles on it.
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I am at sea level, but 16mpg, are you all drag racing your jeeps???
The lack of the FAD on the 24 Willys/Rubicon makes a difference. Also in CA we are on the summer gas still which tends to give worse fuel economy and less power. And finally, 200 miles of the 1100 miles for me were off road at 10-12 mpg which drags the average down a lot.
 

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Anyone have any insight on real world mpg for the 2024 Wrangler with the 2.0, particularly the Willys or Rubicon (4dr)?
According to the Jeeps computer calculations...

2020 JLU Willys with e-tourque
24-27
2021 JLUR
19-21
2022 JLU Sahara
22-25
2022 JLUR
20-23

I always got better fuel mileage off the highway. Have to stay below 70 or mpg decreases significantly.
 
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2023 rubicon (non e torque) 2 door 35” KO2 and mopar lift with winch and rear seat removed 21 around town 23-24 on highway
 

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I typically drive like the old man that I am to try to maximize mpg. I get ~20 in the city, ~24 on the highway. Unless you're trying to maintain 70mph, in which case no better than 20 mpg ('cause bricks just aren't aerodynamic).

My better half (let's call her 'Leadfoot') gets rather less than that.
 

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Drive a 2020 Sahara with 33 inch KO2s. Engine is a 2.0 T with eTourque. I typically get 22 for mixed driving. Pulled a 1000 lb fishing boat on vacation and averaged 19. Much better than my 2014 JK.
It gets only marginally better when I use 91 octane gas.
 

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Anyone have any insight on real world mpg for the 2024 Wrangler with the 2.0, particularly the Willys or Rubicon (4dr)?
Fuel mileage is a popular subject that recurringly makes the rounds.

If model year doesn't make a difference, and it shouldn't, there are a good number of threads (sample, sample) on the matter.
 

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I'm getting 16ish around town and 19 on the highway in my 24 2 door Willys. I have 35s with no lift with a tazer to calibrate for the larger tires. Highway mileage is closer to 17 if the top is down. I have about 800 miles on it and I'm hoping it gets a little better as it wears in more.

It's amazing that I get better gas mileage in my F150 with twice the torque weighing over a ton more.
How's the fitment/clearance with 35s on the Willys no lift? I think I might upgrade the tires/wheels before my lift kit, but wanted to get some feedback first.

Also to contribute to the thread: My 4-door '24 Willys is averaging 17.8 mpg for the first 600 miles. Mostly city, with some highway driving on the weekends around 70-75 mph. Big downgrade from my previous Mazda3 that got about 28mpg average/35 mpg highway. 🤣 Worth it though
 
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Fuel mileage is a popular subject that recurringly makes the rounds.

If model year doesn't make a difference, and it shouldn't, there are a good number of threads (sample, sample) on the matter.
2024 Willys and Rubicon specifically seem to have a pretty significant drop in mpg. Likely due to the FAD removal.
 

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Anyone have any insight on real world mpg for the 2024 Wrangler with the 2.0, particularly the Willys or Rubicon (4dr)?
I have a '20 JLUR not a '24, but... I will tell you that as the mileage went on the mpg got better. When I first got it, I averaged 13-14 mpg driving to work. Mix of highway and city driving. I'm a little over 30k miles now and I average mid 18s to low 19s on the exact same drive. I saw 24mpg all highway on a road trip from NJ to FL last winter. I'm using the onboard dash mpg reading and while I know that's not accurate, it is an apples to apples comparison between new and now.
 

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Just over 1500 miles. Includes 3 trips from D.C. to Baker WV (~250 mi. round trip).

I tend to push it going out and try to chill on the return.

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2024 Willys and Rubicon specifically seem to have a pretty significant drop in mpg. Likely due to the FAD removal.
Offroad tires of the Rubicon and Willys makes a huge difference as well vs the more street tires of the Sports and Saharas.
 

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'21 Sahara on 33's with a 1.5" spacer lift, steel front bumper with winch.

I average 18-20 MPG around town with mixed highway usage. Can get up to 22 MPG average if I'm using cruise on the highway. There's a pretty noticeable drop in MPG from 70 to 75 (much moreso than the jump from 65 to 70) so I try to keep it pegged at 70 whenever possible, unless it's unsafe and I need to match the rest of traffic.

I've heard people getting closer to 25-26 MPG but I can't imagine they're doing more than around town under 55 to hit that, and likely on hilly terrain where they can coast a lot.
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