That seems pretty good. Whats your driving style?
I reset my mileage ticker about 2 months ago and started using a lighter foot on the gas pedal , I'm almost up to 16 mpg now , it was around 12.5 for a while.No doubt about that .... even priuses get tired of driving behind me sometimes to hit my mpg target.
yes, a lot to do with foot action 16 mpgs in mine is when I stomp and the vtech guys say what happened!I reset my mileage ticker about 2 months ago and started using a lighter foot on the gas pedal , I'm almost up to 16 mpg now , it was around 12.5 for a while.
They still pass me even when I'm doing 5 mph over the speed limit.
I have a 2020 2 dr Rubi and average around 22-23 using premium. Mostly highway with a little stop and go occasionally. Was getting 24 but added weight of winch plate and winch may have dropped that down. I have 33's KO2.I am looking into getting a 2.0 2 door Rubi. I wonder what kind of mileage that would get....I drive like an old man. Mileage is not the most important thing with a Jeep, but it sure is nice to have some decent numbers.
Me either. My hand calculated MPG is always about 1.5 less than indicated on computer. Always. I've never hand calculated it and matched the computer.No such luck with mine
That's pretty close to what I see on mine. I also had a 2003 TJ with 4.0/5 speed, and I once got 18 out of it but typically was in the 13-15MPG rangeOn highway trips I can tease out 24.5 - 25 mpg if that's all it is, keeping her at 65mph or slower and going easy on the skinny pedal. Combined mileage of around town and my freeway commute is about 22.5, still very good. My last jeep was a 2006 LJ with the 4.0 I6. Thing got 13 mpg on a good day.