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Right now after 3.5 tank fulls of fuel I'm at 32.4 mpg. I do mostly non highway travel but get a little highway time. I have not done any towing yet. My last 1/2 tank is averaging 32 mpg. Mine has been as low as 26.8. How is everyone else doing ?

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Had mine about a year now- best tank observed was 29.2 - but this winter dropped off to 25-26 probably due to many factors. Today was showing 28 - which is what I usually get back and forth to work (mixed driving).
 

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Driving around in hilly terrain, I get 9,1 L/100 km, and on long distance, as low as 7,9 L/100 km. My usual speed on regional roads is 97km/h and on longer hauls, 107km/h. It takes some getting used to drive at these speeds but the results are worth it in terms of fuel economy. Plus it does not take much more time, even for long distances.
Very pleased with this vehicle!
 

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Driving around in hilly terrain, I get 9,1 L/100 km, and on long distance, as low as 7,9 L/100 km. My usual speed on regional roads is 97km/h and on longer hauls, 107km/h. It takes some getting used to drive at these speeds but the results are worth it in terms of fuel economy. Plus it does not take much more time, even for long distances.
Very pleased with this vehicle!

Had to do my math on this one. Glad I have Google.
Nice numbers by the way.
https://www.unitjuggler.com/convert-fuelconsumption-from-lper100km-to-mpg.html
 

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On long, fast runs I get about 26. I can get around 30 on medium runs at moderate speeds and 24 around town. When I am towing my 5500lb trailer I get 17-18, depending on the wind direction!
 

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Driving around in hilly terrain, I get 9,1 L/100 km, and on long distance, as low as 7,9 L/100 km. My usual speed on regional roads is 97km/h and on longer hauls, 107km/h. It takes some getting used to drive at these speeds but the results are worth it in terms of fuel economy. Plus it does not take much more time, even for long distances.
Very pleased with this vehicle!
I just bought a 2018 JGC Overland. I drive a lot, the average after 2500km is steady at 8.1 overall. Like you, I don't mind driving, and don't feel the need to get there slightly faster. In your experience, how often are you getting trouble codes ? I just got one today P-245B (I used my reader) and it is under warranty at 69K. What has been your experience with maintenance 🤔 thanks in advance
 
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