Time to show your mpg shot. Post up what you get so other can know what to expect.

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gear ratio: 3.73

This is the first 1500 miles that I owned my jeep. It was roughly 1/3 city, 2/3 highway completely stock with hardtop and doors.

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Here is mine again after a week of daily driving. Trip A is over ~2,000 miles, and trip B is over ~400 miles. The average is pretty comparable.

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I forgot to take a snapshot....and right after my wife (who drives like a maniac, went for a drive). LOL.

18.5 average at 3000 miles.
with 70% Suburban and 30% highway driving.
Lots of waiting while the jeeps running to pick up kid from school, etc.
I typically don't drive and get good mileage, my 80% highway Accord 4cyl only got around 24mpg.
So I'm not complaining, I didn't buy the Jeep for good gas mileage.

21 JLUR
2.0L engine with 3K miles running premium in the summer.
Stock 17" rims and 33" tires
8 speed auto trans
4:10 gears
Hard Top and steel bumpers in the Houston heat
 

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Just returned from a trip, 3,354 miles round trip to Arizona to Minnesota. My Jeep had 716 miles on it when I left home. I drove a mixture of some Interstates, but mostly 2-lane State and U.S. highways. These were mostly rural 65 mph speed limit roads, but also included winding Colorado mountain roads. I got 22.3 mpg cummulative average for the entire trip. This is the actual fuel mileage, as manually calculated. NOTE: My vehicle's "Fuel Economy" trip computer display reads way higher than the true mileage.
 

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Stock JL 4 door Sahara
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Stock Michelin 245/75/17

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It has dropped to 11mpg....
392.
I live at wawa now.
Gears wheels... it doesnt matter when you're so close to hitting those single digits.

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It has dropped to 11mpg....
392.
I live at wawa now.
Gears wheels... it doesnt matter when you're so close to hitting those single digits.

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thats because when you floor it its sounds so good you have to do it again and again :P

Im just jealous of the 392
 

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typically around town with engine warm up at idle i can get 14-16MPG on longer trips it depends on hills but on avg is about 17.-18.5MPG highway. I am running 2.5" lift 4.10 gears with 6spd and 35" tires
 

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thats because when you floor it its sounds so good you have to do it again and again :P

Im just jealous of the 392
Its soooooo worth the money. And yes it sounds amazing!
 
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