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Old 12-21-2012, 08:23 AM
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Mine said 90 mpg the other day. Then it dropped to 10, lol.
At least yours said 90! Mine seems to always read 10!
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Old 12-21-2012, 10:59 AM
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I wish my Jeep never had this average MPG feature. It's like having a videogame embedded in the dash. Everytime I get into my Jeep, I find myself compelled to try and keep the sliding bar as high as possible in an effort to beat my last trip's MPG! lol
Yes, it can be somewhat of an obsession, but I learned to drive that way with my previous vehicle, a Highlander Hybrid Limited, and always had outstanding mileage. That continues with my Summit because I'm easy on my foot and always drive for mileage...part of how I justified the added anual fuel cost for the Hemi so I could safely do the occasional towing I will be doing (small horse trailer) is to tread lightly on my foot.
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Old 12-21-2012, 11:11 AM
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How small are the horses??
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How small are the horses??
LOL. It's the trailer that is small (relatively speaking)...a light-weight (2000 lbs empty) Trailers USA Minuteman. Horse are full size... 16.1h and 16.2h.
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LOL. It's the trailer that is small (relatively speaking)...a light-weight (2000 lbs empty) Trailers USA Minuteman. Horse are full size... 16.1h and 16.2h.
Yeh. I knew that. Just trying to lighten things up a little. Best, A.
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