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04-24-2013 05:23 AM
Mandleni
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Originally Posted by Bradbassil View Post
You can expect to get about 14l/100km if you drive it decently... Traffic is a bit of a pain on consumption but I have had it sitting at 10l/100km on the open road.
I agree with you Sir on 14l/100km. I actually drive a 2012 JKUr, 2" OME lifted running 35" Mickey Thompson MTZs on 17" Sidebiters; ARB Front Bumper with TMax synthetic rope winch; and rear Mopar Bumper.

Driving decently @ 100 - 120km/h at coastal highways here in SA that is what I achieve currently. I remember at some point my on board read 12.9 (was so impressed I took a pic). But going up the N6 from EL to Aliwal North at same speed I ended up at 17.5l/100km.

Combined urban/highway gives me 17-18.5l/100km and I love it!!
04-16-2013 08:38 AM
Bradbassil
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Originally Posted by Poela View Post
Hi can any one supply me with the wrangler pentastar fuel consumption figures
You can expect to get about 14l/100km if you drive it decently... Traffic is a bit of a pain on consumption but I have had it sitting at 10l/100km on the open road.
01-15-2013 03:17 PM
Poela Hi can any one supply me with the wrangler pentastar fuel consumption figures
11-21-2011 03:11 PM
BarryLeo
Roadworthy Engine number

anybody assist me with getting the authorities to accept the last 8 digits of my VIN number as my Engine number. Or Maybe you can help me locate the Engine number on a JEEP Grand Cherokee CRD Overlander 3.0 2009 model? Must just add I am from Cape Town South Africa and registering at Durbanville vehicle test station.
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08-14-2011 11:24 AM
RSA-JK
Jeeps in South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana

Hi All....lets share information on our Jeeps, trails and experiences we have had in Southern Africa or further north so as to assist the would be Jeep overlanders.

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