Being you're from up north... You maybe seeing the effects of winter fuel blend. I notice a 3-4 mpg drop when running winter blended diesel.Man you guys have me worried. Not getting the mileage anywhere near what you folks are getting. I'm mostly a highway commute to work 32KM each way. But I do frequently mix in some city errands as well.
2015 GC Overland; 87K km (54K miles); purchased used in December w/ 82K. Best run I can recall was about 24MPG. But on average I'm usually in the 22MPG range. Haven't had a chance to truly hit the open road yet. Most hwy I've done one way is about 190km (118 miles).
Toronto has also been bitterly cold this winter and I definitely notice a down tick when the mercury drops. So I'm hoping that warmer temperatures and a new set of all-seasons will improve my efficiency.
For those of you hitting the 26-30 MPG range, what average speeds do you do? I know my 77-84mph range is also negative contributor to my mileage. But damn if I can prevent myself from that.
I'm up to just shy of 75k on mine. Time to get new tranny fluid & diff fluids. Also traded the wife's Durango in for a 2014 Ram EcoD . It only has 34k on it... For now.