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Old 08-05-2015, 09:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2006 Jeep Liberty CRD 2.8 liter diesel

2006 Jeep Liberty CRD 2.8 liter diesel We are very disappointed in the fuel mileage we get with this Jeep. The best we have got is 25 mpg. Usually we get 21 to 23. it sure seems that this little diesel should get better economy.

We have the Green Eco tune, the lift pump, new fuel filter assembly, New Chrysler crate engine within 20,000 miles, European torque converter,
Weeks Elbow, Cat,

I've posted on several forums. It seems half the owners get 30 mpg and above and the other half get 25 mpg and below. That's where we are. We want to be in the other half.

We drive pretty conservatively and have about zero city driving miles. The nearest town is 7 miles away. The nearest stop light is 15 miles.

Some guys claim to run their's hard and still get 30 mpg plus.

We have had 4 vehicles that got 30 mpg plus - 1981 Datsun 510, 1982 Chevette diesel, 1988 Chevy Spectrum and 1989 Chevy Spectrum - and that is what I was expecting out of this.

The rest of our vehicles are GMT400 6.5 turbo diesels. 98 Suburban, 96 Suburban, 95 2 door Tahoe, 94 K3500 5 speed crew cab

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