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Old 09-04-2014, 12:42 PM
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We got close to 10 liters per 100Km on a 6400 Km trip to Florida and back.

Many of the other claims are by 'Americans', so do the math.

To the person who gets 600-650 Km per tank at 8 Liters/100Km, I thought the tanks were bigger than 48 Liters.

Can you convert that to amurican? I can't read that metric stuff.....
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Can you convert that to amurican? I can't read that metric stuff.....
http://www.tdiclub.com/misc/conversions.html

This site will do conversions for all you people without all your fingers and toes.
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Old 09-26-2014, 12:46 AM
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2013 R/T with 17000 miles.
Towed a 1000lbs (seadoo plus trailer) from western Canada to eastern Canada and back, mostly travelling through the USA. A good mix of flat, and hill terrain with a mix of speed limits of 55mph to 75 mph. 55mph to 60 mph resulted in 23 mpg as per the evic. When the speeds reached 70 to 80mph then as expected fuel economy dropped to around 17mpg. Overall I was happy with the way the Journey handled the load and the 5500 miles of blacktop.
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2013 R/T with 17000 miles.
Towed a 1000lbs (seadoo plus trailer) from western Canada to eastern Canada and back, mostly travelling through the USA. A good mix of flat, and hill terrain with a mix of speed limits of 55mph to 75 mph. 55mph to 60 mph resulted in 23 mpg as per the evic. When the speeds reached 70 to 80mph then as expected fuel economy dropped to around 17mpg. Overall I was happy with the way the Journey handled the load and the 5500 miles of blacktop.
Thanks for sharing your experience.
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4 year old DJ SXT Fuelly fill up.
Wife and myself + luggage 110-120 Km per hour average.
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On a trip up north for the last 2 weekends I got 29.4 and 29.6 hand calculated with my Dodge Journey 2013 SXT 3.6L. Beets the old Jeep Cherokee 4.OL at 16.9mpg
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