what is everyones mpg with the i6?

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Asked by May 22, 2008 at 10:51 PM about the 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition 4WD

Question type: General

i get about 13 to 15 is that normal? iv only owned it for about 3 months

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That's about right.

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13 or 15? that's horrible for the 4.0L. I was getting around 20 all of the time before I lifte mine. I'm running 36s with lockers and get about 15-16 miles per gallon now...

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i get 15-18 with 33" tires

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do u have an intake or anything? and how do u drive?

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to the limit

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ya my jeep gets abt 14 MPG and its a V6 3.7 and i drive normal.. lets put it this way.. my F150 6l v8 gets better MPG then my jeep

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That doesn't seem right... I get 13-15 in my '94 5.2L V8.

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ya i always knew that the v8 in jeeps gets better gas millage but i decided that that didnt make seance... i was wrong... at least the price isnt 4.50 anymore like it was...

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13-15?? I know mine is a 2WD and lighter, but I'm averaging 20-22

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i get about 13-15 mpg, i have 33'tires with 4.10gears. i dont drive crazy and i always buy top tier gas. try not to use the a/c that much and have a hard top so more aerodynamic.

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I was getting an average of about 22 mpg with a 1994 Cherokee Sport 4.0L 4WD with a 5-speed manual transmission. I do mostly highway driving.

Mine is a 2004 Laredo 4 wheel drive and I get 20-22 mpg

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I have a 2004 Grand Cherokee 4.0L automatic transmission 4X4, one size bigger stock tires rated for 50psi ( I put in 55). I drive it cruise control set 60 m/hr or 95 k/hr. Used to average 24mpg. Then I swelled the front plastic air intake with heat and pressed onto wood end roughly 3X5.to fit the opening fully at the side by the radiator. Average went to 28mpg. Then on the vacuum line that controls heat and ac air flows, I put a "T" and an extra rubber hose with an air filter so it allows a little extra air that the computer doesn't know about. Average is now 34mpg. Imperial gallons. This is always same 325 mile trip with 200-300 lbs. cargo, 2 adults and a dog. With tail winds it gets over 36mpg. Fill ups are right up the filler neck and calculated. Readout up overhead shows over 25 US mpg. But that is just what the computer can show.

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