Something must be wrong bud. I have a 97 TJ with the 2.5L manual, running 31s and on my last road trip down St. Augustine (400 miles), I was getting about 18 mpg while running the A/C the whole time. Granted I drove at about 65 mph avg on the highway.I have only had my TJ for a little over a week and I'm confident I do not get anywhere close to 15 MPG and mine is a 2.5L. I'd certainly like to find a way to improve the MPG. Suggestions?????
First thing I learned VERY quickly is not to drive it like ANY other vehicle I've owned in my 25+ years of driving. Rabbit starts at a green light are things of the past. In fact, its made me a more conscientious driver with how I drive my other vehicles.I have only had my TJ for a little over a week and I'm confident I do not get anywhere close to 15 MPG and mine is a 2.5L. I'd certainly like to find a way to improve the MPG. Suggestions?????
Dude that's ridiculous.I did go in and ask how much they was asking for it and they said 14000. I just laughed and walked out. a 98 with 120000 miles and is a SE for 14000. seems a little steep ok a lot steep to me.
Forgot to mention that too. I keep it around 60 in a 55 as I noted 65 or faster she goes from 'sipping' (she never sips) to gorging. Even in a 65 zone, I try to keep it closer to 62-63ish. I may be crazy, and its all in my head, but I swear its like an extra cylinder appears and its sole purpose is to drain gasDude that's ridiculous.
(and I do the speed limit 60-70 out here)