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In the city I’m averaging 10.5ish. Highway I can push 20 if I stay out of the throttle. Pulling my 16ft trailer with my RZR in it I’m lucky to hit 11.
 

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I am getting avg of 12.3 rn between city and highway and thats with mixed traf conditions?? We have 22’ pontoon, on trailer its 34’ tongue to prop and we avg’d 7.7 mph???? Absolutely horrible - NOT IN 4X either. Anyone have any ideas why so bad??
 

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I’m mostly highway or small town traffic but live in WV so there are a LOT of serious hills and I have a lead foot... and I get about 14.5 mpg. I use 90 octane zero ethanol gas whenever I can though, and have an S&B CAI, so I’m sure those things help.
 

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2020 rebel crew cab and I’m getting 16 on a bad tank and 18 on a good one running 89 oct as recommended. That’s hand calculated. I’m just shy of 4,000 miles. I drive pretty easy i guess. I was really surprised to see everyone reporting that bad of mileage.
 

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Does anybody else avg 10.4 mpg, the dealer said it's normal.
I avg 12/13, k&N filter
2020 rebel crew cab and I’m getting 16 on a bad tank and 18 on a good one running 89 oct as recommended. That’s hand calculated. I’m just shy of 4,000 miles. I drive pretty easy i guess. I was really surprised to see everyone reporting that bad of mileage.
I average 12/13, lots of highway at 75 mph, I’m sure if I drove 45 everywhere I would see those numbers as well
 

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I avg 12/13, k&N filter

I average 12/13, lots of highway at 75 mph, I’m sure if I drove 45 everywhere I would see those numbers as well
I'm getting 8.4 mpg now. Dealer said the factory said they cleaned the tank with alcohol and it need to burn out. I'd think 4000 miles is enough to burn it out.
 

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I average 15.3 MPG combined with city/highway/start stop at work checking oil wells. Strictly highway I can get close to 18 MPG at 108km/hr ...67MPH. I normally have about 175 lbs of tools in the box. Not great but not horrible either knowing that this is “ an off road “ truck. My 2018 f150 eco boost never did any better either.


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I got over 20mpg on a run from Lake Tahoe to El Cajon but I was driving like Miss Daisy. I usually get between 14 - 15 around town. Only mods on the 5.7l eTorque are a tonneau cover and a Magnaflow catback.


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