HighwayTrout's build

Nothing really to add to this thread. 😔

Still loving the diesel and completely happy with that decision. It did it’s first regeneration cycle of the exhaust system the other day while Mrs. Trout was driving. Naturally she freaked out thinking the truck was going to leave her stranded. Of course it didn’t and within a few minutes of driving on the freeway, the regen was complete.

Went for a longish drive yesterday and set the cruise control at 75mph. I did not touch the brake or gas pedal for 170+ miles. Who says Jeeps get terrible mpg?
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Brute

Hooked
Nothing really to add to this thread. 😔

Still loving the diesel and completely happy with that decision. It did it’s first regeneration cycle of the exhaust system the other day while Mrs. Trout was driving. Naturally she freaked out thinking the truck was going to leave her stranded. Of course it didn’t and within a few minutes of driving on the freeway, the regen was complete.

Went for a longish drive yesterday and set the cruise control at 75mph. I did not touch the brake or gas pedal for 170+ miles. Who says Jeeps get terrible mpg?
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Not too shabby for 75 mph…
 

WJCO

Meme King
Nothing really to add to this thread. 😔

Still loving the diesel and completely happy with that decision. It did it’s first regeneration cycle of the exhaust system the other day while Mrs. Trout was driving. Naturally she freaked out thinking the truck was going to leave her stranded. Of course it didn’t and within a few minutes of driving on the freeway, the regen was complete.

Went for a longish drive yesterday and set the cruise control at 75mph. I did not touch the brake or gas pedal for 170+ miles. Who says Jeeps get terrible mpg?
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Glad to hear you've put 170 miles on it. Let's go Brandon.

Seriously, 24 mpg kicks ass.
 

benatc1

Active Member
That’s pretty awesome, especially with those prices you mentioned, I fill up at least once a week in CA, and it’s a big difference from our high, but lower, prices in Reno
 

jesse3638

Hooked
Pretty good. I'm digging the new JL too. Over the course of 1200 miles driving from Baker City, OR to Apple Valley, CA, through various types of terrain, and anywhere from cruising at 72 to passing at 85+, and daily driving, we averaged around 19 MPG on 35's. I'm still really impressed at the acceleration. Doesn't even feel like the same 3.6 that's in my 2012. It's amazing at what the 8 speed and e-torque do.
 
Pretty good. I'm digging the new JL too. Over the course of 1200 miles driving from Baker City, OR to Apple Valley, CA, through various types of terrain, and anywhere from cruising at 72 to passing at 85+, and daily driving, we averaged around 19 MPG on 35's. I'm still really impressed at the acceleration. Doesn't even feel like the same 3.6 that's in my 2012. It's amazing at what the 8 speed and e-torque do.
That’s awesome. I think the real winner is the transmissions on these newer ones for sure. 👍
 
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