Picked mine up this weekend. 3.6 auto. 70 mph for about 200 miles I was at 19.9mpg. Only have 500 miles on it right now so might get better as it breaks in too
Unrelated to this initial thread, but I have searched without finding much info on the Rubis specifically, and I know you would be able to answer! Same setup, JLUR with 2.5" lift. How are you running your 37's? Wheel size/offset/spacers? Regearing?JLUR.. 2.5 inch lift and 37s..300 mile trip and I got 18.2 mpg keeping it around 60mph.. around town the worst I’ll get is around 15.25
Honestly, who among us lives in the real world?I'm itching to place my order and have been holding out for the 2.0L (which the MPG numbers aren't out for), but I really want the manual. My commute is 120 miles / day all highway, so the 23MPG I see on the sticker for the 3.6L is good enough for me.
Wondering if anyone can report some real world highway MPG numbers for their JL Rubicon (3.6L). I know ill lose a few if I go with the manual but that's a wash on the extra cost of the 2.0T and the Auto.
Can anyone report a true 23MPG Highway in a Rubicon?