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Old 09-21-2011, 03:01 PM
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Just this morning on the parkway in my 2008 Hemi. Not bad for a Hemi.
How fast ya goin, 30?! Lol
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Old 09-21-2011, 03:10 PM
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

Hahaha no actually that was slowing down from 65 on a flat parkway I'll do it again on my way home with a better pic
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Old 09-22-2011, 06:39 AM
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

^^ My 08 HEMI routinely gets this to and from work as well. Driving 60-70MPH with a light foot and mostly MDS yields 20-22MPGs easy on the highway.
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Old 09-22-2011, 10:38 AM
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Hahaha no actually that was slowing down from 65 on a flat parkway I'll do it again on my way home with a better pic
Haha I was messin w ya! Nice mpgs though. As long as I drive like a grandma and keep my foot light, I get 20 on avg on the freeway!
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Old 09-22-2011, 11:14 AM
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

city/hwy combo avaerage 18-20 and that's behaving most of the time. best ever was 25.4, but that's a rarity.. I'm sure it'll go down once the bigger tires/lift go on.
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

on a long trip, we have seen it hit 21. thats refueling and getting right back on the freeway and CC at 68mph. in town, its probably 13ish when the wife drives, and about 10 when I drive it.


but resetting on the top of the grapevine (for those of you who know what that is) and coasting in N i've seen 87.6. lol
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on a long trip, we have seen it hit 21. thats refueling and getting right back on the freeway and CC at 68mph. in town, its probably 13ish when the wife drives, and about 10 when I drive it.


but resetting on the top of the grapevine (for those of you who know what that is) and coasting in N i've seen 87.6. lol
Lol I did that coming home from Gorman once. Awesome bean!! Haha
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

I hit a legit 24mpg going 55mph for 2 hours on back country roads.
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Re: Highest MPG reading on your WK

Funny how the heat instantly kills my MPGS...but thats what my gfs Mini is for right?! haha
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