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    Default What does your 4x4 get for gas mileage?

    Preferably in L/100km what do you get, city/highway?

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    Anywhere from 11.5L/100km to 19L/100km 1998 Cherokee Sport 4x4.

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    Originally posted by Sugarphreak
    11.6L/100km City
    9.8L/100km Highway

    3.7L inline 5 cylinder & VVT
    5-speed manual
    AWD
    what?!!! even with those wheels?

    i am lucky to see 11.5L/100km on the highway and 14.5L/100km in the city and over 16L/100km city w/4x4 engaged

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    Originally posted by ercchry


    what?!!! even with those wheels?

    i am lucky to see 11.5L/100km on the highway and 14.5L/100km in the city and over 16L/100km city w/4x4 engaged
    Strange enough me with the same vehicle on 35's I'm getting about the same...
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    ^^i stop for gas in golden cause i fear that i might run out by revelstoke

    Originally posted by Unknown303


    Strange enough me with the same vehicle on 35's I'm getting about the same...
    i must have irregular voltage spikes in the gas pedal circuit

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    16L/100 Highway
    19L/100 city

    4x4 will be 30% or so more fuel used.

    05 f150 supercrew 5.4

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    '01 Cherokee Limited, numbers are real world.

    14L/100km when it's in 2wd 99% of the time, but I drive it hard, floor it a lot, etc.
    17.5L/100km nowadays.

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    '05 Envoy...see sig. That's using RWD for summer, AWD for 90% of winter, and 4WD about 10% of winter.

    We live in Okotoks, so lots of short trips within town with usually one or two trips into Calgary per tank.
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    Not sure on my Cherokee, but it is better than my Grand WJ which gets about 16.5l/100k with the oft used 4X4.
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    Originally posted by Sugarphreak
    11.6L/100km City
    9.8L/100km Highway

    3.7L inline 5 cylinder & VVT
    5-speed manual
    AWD
    That's better than my Legacy even.

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    My talon gets around 12L/100km driving it spirited all the time and it makes more power than my 5.2 gc.

    The blazer I had was shit and got like 20L/100km.

    Don't know yet what the gc will get.

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    25L/100 KM hwy.

    8.1L Chevy 2500HD.

    Works out to 10mpg I think.

    NOT my daily driver !

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    I get between 16 and 21 L/100

    My tank is a pig! If gas stays high I may be looking for something a bit better! LOL

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    I'm at about 26-34L/100km. But i guess I am constantly loaded down and let my truck idle a lot.
    We stopped checking for monsters under our beds when we realized they were inside us.

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    2010 Ranger
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    Highway: 10.5L/100km
    City: 13L/100km

    Burns a bit more fuel for 4x4 but I've almost never needed to use it
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    Wow and I thought my 2001 Pathfinder was bad.

    13-15L/100km (17-19 MPG)
    90% city driving, RWD mode, premium fuel.

    Rated for 14 MPG city. Dont really notice a difference when switching to regular fuel, plus it has a knock sensor to adjust the timing so I might start using regular with gas prices the way it is now.

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    Since I have less than 2,000km on the new motor I always let it idle up temp (100C) before driving (which takes forever in this cold) so I think I spend almost as much time idling as driving. Hence I've been averaging around 8MPG (~30L/100km).

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