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Hi all, back in the Mopar game. I traded my 2006 GC Hemi Limited in two years ago for Mustang 5.0 . I loved that car, but with baby #3 on the way. I had to let her go. Picked up a 2012 Dodge Durango Crew 3.6L AWD. Love this vehicle too. Mopar SUV's are still close to my heart even though I have been driving a 3500 lb rocket for the last two years. I'm glad Jeep Garage added the Durango sub forum . Pics to follow soon.
 

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Welcome back
 

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very nice... congrats!
 

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my wifes 3.6 is averaging 21 in mixed driving. Just drove it to Gat., TN and got 25
 

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I am averaging 20 with no regard for fuel saving tactics. But, on a flat road and pegged at 70 mph on a highway. 25+ mpg is easily achieved. I believe the hwy mpg figures are lower than they should be. But, I think that is the norm now. My Mustang 5.0 claimed 25 mpg highway. But, I was getting 27-28 mpg at 70 mph and flat roads.
 

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13 MPG with my hemi in mostly rush hour traffic twice a day and stop and go street - rare if ever do I see open roads and I pretty much always drive aggressive - also I rarely leave it in "D" so eco (MDS) almost never comes on

The few times I had hi-way open road and drove in "D" she really did start to climb in mpG's tho, so normal people lol would see high teens at least I would expect
 
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