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Can you share where you got that? It appears to be part of a build and price on Jeep's site. Do you have the rest?
 

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In reality it will be 9 or so or course for those 3.6 people that claim they get 30 with their 3.6 those folks will get like 23 in their 392's. I wish this was legit as that is what I get with my 3.6 2018 JLUR and I don't drive aggressive.
 

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In reality it will be 9 or so or course for those 3.6 people that claim they get 30 with their 3.6 those folks will get like 23 in their 392's. I wish this was legit as that is what I get with my 3.6 2018 JLUR and I don't drive aggressive.
I also get 14 city 18 highway in my completely stock 2021 3.6 JLUR and I drive like a geandma.
 

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The 392 has nothing that makes any sense, especially EPA. That is why most really want one! It offers acceleration, torque, and most importantly SOUND! For those that do not want this... there are other more economical options both in fuel economy and price. Can't wait to bang it up on the trails!
 

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thats what i get out of my programmed 08 5.3 avalanche on premium and i dont have near the power. i dont think its that bad.
 

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The 392 has nothing that makes any sense, especially EPA. That is why most really want one! It offers acceleration, torque, and most importantly SOUND! For those that do not want this... there are other more economical options both in fuel economy and price. Can't wait to bang it up on the trails!
I'm looking forward to Lite-Brite buying one, ripping out the motor, and swapping in a V-12 and calling it Immortan Joe's War Rig.
 

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