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Well, from my race trips that I started Friday of the week before last I've so far driven 1300 miles and almost all of those pulling the camper and dash reports 19.4 average. Tomorrow, I finish drive to ViR and then it's a short drive to camper owner's place to return it before I go home on Sunday.

Trip started in Eastern NC, went to CMP (Kershaw, SC) for a weekend, then down to Sebring, Florida for a week, now on my way to ViR (about Milton, NC) with an overnight stop in SC.
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2021 crew lariat tremor .. 1” level, 1” wheel spacer, 20.4 MPG overall. Does not matter if it is city or highway.
 

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So on a nice 65mph run, maybe 70 at times.. on two full tanks of nearly pure highway a few weeks ago. Got 26 one way and 25.8 the other. I was following someone to a camp site.

More recently got numbers showing aerodynamic issues are ... obviously.. not that kind to this thing. Just got back from a drive across Texas into the land of haul ass in west Texas towards El Paso.

20.5mpg, all highway

But I beat the Google ETA both ways by a good bit... So there is that.
 

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27.1 at almost 70k miles! Mostly city driving and weekly off road use.

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80/20 highway/ city
65-85mph

computer average is 20.4mpg (has not been reset since new)
 


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19.8 since reset after tune 3 mo ago. Ran Livernois perf tune which dramatically lowered highway mpg from stock. Changed to trailer tow (did not reset) and avg improving now. Always 91 octane.
 
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How the hell are you all getting such great MPG's? I'm at 15.9 consistently, only city. I also try and stay out of the Boost and my ASS works.
 

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How the hell are you all getting such great MPG's? I'm at 15.9 consistently, only city. I also try and stay out of the Boost and my ASS works.
Stop and go city driving kills the mpg. I do a mix of city/highway usually 60/40 and average 22 mpg. Good think your ASS works! :whew:
 

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How the hell are you all getting such great MPG's? I'm at 15.9 consistently, only city. I also try and stay out of the Boost and my ASS works.
City driving can kill it, especially if you're not light on the throttle as you take off. Managing your throttle input makes a *significant* difference in mileage.

To that end, mods make a huge difference too, especially tires, suspension, bumpers, etc. Anything that changes your rolling resistance or aerodynamic profile. The only time I've ever seen MPG <16 is when I've spent more than 25% of a tank doing off-roading or towing.
 

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18-22 City
23-25 Hwy

I drive the speed limit and mostly use cruise control, especially on the highway.
And when I can, I baby it, just to keep my MPG numbers high.

Side note; I've been in the bay area for 1.3 years now.
I pour 91 octane.
Stock XLT Non FX4 4X4
 
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I need to find a job that is further than 7 miles from home.
 
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