What kind of MPG are you all getting with the 2020MY?

JLA_Mo

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I have 32K on my 2018 JLUR 6MT, mostly stock where it counts (wheels, lift, etc.). My mileage can vary a bit, but I recently had a day with the family in Wyoming where we went sight seeing. You can see by the mileage and time that we stopped a lot and did a lot of viewing. We were still able to average 26.7MPG for 271 miles over 7 hours. Which goes to show, it is rarely the car, but more often the roads and how you drive them. The only thing to note on this was the top was off. Also, same start and end destination so it wasn't just downhill one way. :)

For people with the manual, the most fuel efficient gear on that baby is 4th. It is pretty good from 35MPH to 50MPH and is the most efficient at accelerating on highways as well as cruising through town. I drive at higher RPMS when I am having a good time and especially on a trail of any sort.

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3.6 auto, 2 door, mostly city driving, 16mpg :(
 
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3.6 auto bone stock here and I’m getting high 16s and only crept over 17 once. Probably an even mix of highway and city but I also drive 80 on the highway.
 

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2020 Rubicon, 3.6L auto, stock. 87 octane. most miles have me and wife but hardly any payload other than that (factoring in the interior shelf and misc other stuff: maybe 100 pounds of additional cargo).

Around 18mpg; Mix of city and freeway (typically within 5mph of the speed limit) but also climbing up some (paved) colorado mountain passes and then the thin air at 11k feet. I am always amused when the dash display reads ‘8 mpg” heading up some pass...... of course, I am equally amused going down the other side when it says that I am getting “56mpg“........
 

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2020 3.6L auto, have 1300 miles right now, average is 23.1 so far. I do about 75% highway driving at 65 mph.
 

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2019 2 door sport (stock). 3.6, 8 spd auto. 10k miles on the clock. i'm getting 19-20 in town and 25-29.6 on the interstate.
 

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2020 Rubicon 2DR, 2" Mopar Lift, 35" Goodyear MTRs, 8K Warn Zeon winch, heavy; duty front/rear bumpers. Overall, approx. 13 MPG. Not broken in yet, only about 1300 miles on the clock.
 

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