Are there any settings using the JScan that can increase gas mileage? I have a 2018 JKU with 26,000 miles and it seems to not be getting the 16-18 mpg I was getting a year ago. Now getting 13.5-14.5. Any help would be appreciate.
I’ve changed nothing. Wheels, tires, gears, etc
I calculate the old fashion way…
I have used the overdrive on freeway and shorter trips.
I did have a problem with squirrels chewing my Evap hoses and having to repair, splice, or replace some!
That may be a little low, but city driving is so varied, it's hard for me to compare to you. I would say if your highway mileage is consistent, there isn't anything "wrong" or needs attention. Just the nature of the beast. That mileage is what I get on the best of days.No changes! Same gas station. I just can’t figure why the gas mileage is lower. Driving conditions have remained the same. On the freeway and on a trip using the overdrive I get 18-20 at 70 mph. But back in town with the stop and go it’s around 13-14 mpg. Does this seem logical?
I noticed that my mpg decreases in the winter/ colder months.Are there any settings using the JScan that can increase gas mileage? I have a 2018 JKU with 26,000 miles and it seems to not be getting the 16-18 mpg I was getting a year ago. Now getting 13.5-14.5. Any help would be appreciate.
Gotta agree. If gas mileage is in your top 10 concerns when considering a purchase, then perhaps a Jeep should not have been on the list.Just making fun here. Who or whom buys a JK, and ponders their fuel consumption. I have wild swings (not the 70s) in fuel rate, depending on the weather unt my idiotic driving Habits. Fun Times