Please see existing threads (hundreds or thousands of posts) on mileage/economy and/or visit Fuelly and filter by trim and powertrain. My current lifetime average is in my signature, along with my extensive options list. The window sticker will never represent a loaded configuration, even under ideal driving conditions...which I don’t have here in DFW.
It does take a little digging, but it keeps us from having yet another duplicate thread.Thanks Biga, that’s good to know. SpeedyV, I’m not finding the search function all too helpful. Was just easier to ask myself.
Everyone says to do a search, but frankly it DOES NOT WORK. Way better off doing a google search and then clicking on the link to this site.Thanks Biga, that’s good to know. SpeedyV, I’m not finding the search function all too helpful. Was just easier to ask myself.
I just bought my 2019 rebel v8 with etorque I have driven 200 miles so far average mpg is 15 half city half in highways. But probably the first few miles I was pushing the car test drove it that’s why the mpg was so low .
I just gave some examples. They all worked. From my phone. It’s even easier/faster from my computer. But a Google search works too.Everyone says to do a search, but frankly it DOES NOT WORK. Way better off doing a google search and then clicking on the link to this site.
Like most forums, you need more than three characters for a search to work (e.g. you’ll get nothing if you search for “PCM”, but searches for “tune” or “program” will yield results). Experiment with searching “titles only” - knowing it will limit the number of results - to try to get more accurate hits.
I'm almost identical to this.I'm getting 16-17 mpg driving in a lot of stop and go driving back and forth to work. I was closer to 14-15 with my 2014 ram. On the highway it does do to much but I get 21-22.
2001 Ram 1500 V8 (230hp), sticker highway mpg 16, last checked 14.75 (may have better) pure NJ ParkwayI'm almost identical to this.
17.3 to and from work for a week.
21-22 on interstate around 70-75mph.
2003 ram 1500 gets 13 to and from work and about 17 on interstate
For sure! And tires, ambient temperature and driving style too.If I just drive back and forth to work for a week it'll be 21-22. If I mix stop and go with errands it'll be around 17-18. IF I pull my boat it'll be 14-15. Alot goes into any fuel mileage. Elevation, hills, wind, rain, ETC. It doesn't take much to affect what number you get.