Official EPA Fuel Economy For 2020 Jeep Wrangler Ecodiesel: 22/29/25 MPG

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The EPA has just published its fuel economy figures for 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited EcoDiesel V6.

The EcoDiesel Wrangler gets 29 mpg on the highway, 22 in the city, and 25 in combined driving. These figures are for the four-door model with an automatic, the only configuration offered with the 3.0L diesel engine.


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Diesels generally exceed EPA estimates in real driving conditions. I wouldn't be surprised if it exceeded 30 MPG on the freeway.
 

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Is it worth trading in the 3.6l? Getting 18mpg currently. I'm about to lift and put 37's on the Rubi but the diesel would turn them so much better.... decisions decisions.
 

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I need real world mpgs with a lift and 37”s ASAP!

Will be trading my gladiator for the diesel when it’s available and I need some stats to for the wife
 

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Finally! Finally we can put exact numbers in our various calculations and algorithms proving how the diesel has a higher total cost of ownership than the petrol engines. Truly, a red letter day.
 

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Finally! Finally we can put exact numbers in our various calculations and algorithms proving how the diesel has a higher total cost of ownership than the petrol engines. Truly, a red letter day.
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I don't care if it has a lifetime higher cost. I would not be getting a diesel to save money. It is all about range. I want to increase my backcountry range as much as possible. The diesel does that. Add an AUX tank, maybe a large OEM tank replacement, and the range would cover just about anything in the lower 48. Then, as I'm sure someone will say, just add Jerry Cans. Yep, and thus increase my diesel range even further.

Just waiting on the official real world owner driven reviews and the availability in the JT.
 

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I don't care if it has a lifetime higher cost. I would not be getting a diesel to save money. It is all about range. I want to increase my backcountry range as much as possible. The diesel does that. Add an AUX tank, maybe a large OEM tank replacement, and the range would cover just about anything in the lower 48. Then, as I'm sure someone will say, just add Jerry Cans. Yep, and thus increase my diesel range even further.

Just waiting on the official real world owner driven reviews and the availability in the JT.
The problem is when you get to around 80K miles and it starts to tank and have all sorts of EGR/PF issues. ...
 

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For me I could care less about the cost to be honest....newer Jeeps are expensive....it's all that torque to turn big tires without having to swap in a hemi or a LS for 30k+. I just need @Rock Krawler Suspension to snatch one up and put some 40's on it and see how she does!
 

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