It's a Canadian ad. Why do they have a "miles per gallon" estimate?
"It's good to be back in a Jeep!" Me, 5/28/12
'We are either alone in the universe or we are not. Both ideas are equally terrifying.' Arthur C. Clarke Nessie - 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Sport Demi - 2002 Wrangler X
i see 30 highway... meaning that's the consumption rate while driving at highway speeds... not the average MPG by dividing the miles driven on one tank by how many gallons in your tank... thats why you see two different rates on most vehicles, OEM rates are based on consumption at speed, not average per tank...
i see 30 highway... meaning that's the consumption rate while driving at highway speeds...
Still way higher than what I've gotten on the highway on my 2013 Sahara at 60 mph. I once reset the computer AFTER getting on the highway and setting the cruise. Best I could muster was slightly less than 24 mpg after an hour on the highway.
Perhaps if the top was off, the windshield was folded down, I had a 40 mph tailwind and I was coasting down Pike's Peak in neutral I could get the display to read 30 mpg.
They still have to post the EPA numbers. But I can see if they made changes to the Jeep that they could obtain 30MPG highway. Change the tires to a good highway tire, drop as much weight as possible, and use non-ethanol gas.