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5,131 Jeep Wranglers have provided 86.4 million miles of real world fuel economy & MPG data.
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  • 2021
  • 19.8Avg MPG
  • 220 Vehicles
  • 3,773 Fuel-ups
  • 1,029,369 Miles Tracked
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  • 2020
  • 18.4Avg MPG
  • 147 Vehicles
  • 5,166 Fuel-ups
  • 1,468,139 Miles Tracked
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  • 2019
  • 19.0Avg MPG
  • 63 Vehicles
  • 3,760 Fuel-ups
  • 906,425 Miles Tracked
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  • 2018
  • 18.0Avg MPG
  • 27 Vehicles
  • 1,895 Fuel-ups
  • 452,566 Miles Tracked
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  • 2017
  • 16.3Avg MPG
  • 265 Vehicles
  • 21,041 Fuel-ups
  • 5,188,449 Miles Tracked
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  • 2016
  • 16.2Avg MPG
  • 298 Vehicles
  • 25,503 Fuel-ups
  • 6,245,482 Miles Tracked
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  • 2015
  • 16.2Avg MPG
  • 406 Vehicles
  • 38,182 Fuel-ups
  • 9,195,225 Miles Tracked
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  • 2014
  • 16.4Avg MPG
  • 337 Vehicles
  • 27,061 Fuel-ups
  • 6,747,112 Miles Tracked
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  • 2013
  • 16.3Avg MPG
  • 348 Vehicles
  • 32,535 Fuel-ups
  • 8,021,031 Miles Tracked
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  • 2012
  • 16.2Avg MPG
  • 398 Vehicles
  • 37,996 Fuel-ups
  • 9,185,823 Miles Tracked
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  • 2011
  • 15.4Avg MPG
  • 192 Vehicles
  • 16,177 Fuel-ups
  • 3,732,397 Miles Tracked
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  • 2010
  • 15.7Avg MPG
  • 181 Vehicles
  • 17,399 Fuel-ups
  • 3,990,443 Miles Tracked
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  • 2009
  • 14.8Avg MPG
  • 120 Vehicles
  • 11,092 Fuel-ups
  • 2,486,403 Miles Tracked
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  • 2008
  • 15.3Avg MPG
  • 232 Vehicles
  • 16,856 Fuel-ups
  • 3,970,437 Miles Tracked
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  • 2007
  • 14.8Avg MPG
  • 191 Vehicles
  • 15,717 Fuel-ups
  • 3,578,547 Miles Tracked
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  • 2006
  • 13.9Avg MPG
  • 180 Vehicles
  • 15,427 Fuel-ups
  • 2,930,717 Miles Tracked
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  • 2005
  • 14.1Avg MPG
  • 182 Vehicles
  • 14,490 Fuel-ups
  • 2,763,356 Miles Tracked
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  • 2004
  • 14.6Avg MPG
  • 186 Vehicles
  • 12,608 Fuel-ups
  • 2,430,599 Miles Tracked
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  • 2003
  • 14.9Avg MPG
  • 120 Vehicles
  • 8,387 Fuel-ups
  • 1,627,413 Miles Tracked
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  • 2002
  • 15.0Avg MPG
  • 94 Vehicles
  • 6,252 Fuel-ups
  • 1,202,841 Miles Tracked
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  • 2001
  • 15.5Avg MPG
  • 105 Vehicles
  • 7,268 Fuel-ups
  • 1,441,429 Miles Tracked
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  • 2000
  • 14.5Avg MPG
  • 129 Vehicles
  • 8,385 Fuel-ups
  • 1,582,448 Miles Tracked
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  • 1999
  • 15.3Avg MPG
  • 121 Vehicles
  • 7,223 Fuel-ups
  • 1,437,765 Miles Tracked
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  • 1998
  • 15.2Avg MPG
  • 93 Vehicles
  • 4,995 Fuel-ups
  • 988,567 Miles Tracked
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  • 1997
  • 14.8Avg MPG
  • 149 Vehicles
  • 6,787 Fuel-ups
  • 1,268,302 Miles Tracked
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  • 1995
  • 15.6Avg MPG
  • 97 Vehicles
  • 3,854 Fuel-ups
  • 773,444 Miles Tracked
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  • 1994
  • 13.5Avg MPG
  • 51 Vehicles
  • 1,692 Fuel-ups
  • 312,812 Miles Tracked
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  • 1993
  • 14.0Avg MPG
  • 48 Vehicles
  • 1,973 Fuel-ups
  • 358,439 Miles Tracked
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  • 1992
  • 14.6Avg MPG
  • 34 Vehicles
  • 1,682 Fuel-ups
  • 216,062 Miles Tracked
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  • 1991
  • 16.0Avg MPG
  • 22 Vehicles
  • 1,337 Fuel-ups
  • 309,010 Miles Tracked
  • View All 1991 Jeep Wranglers
  • 1989
  • 13.6Avg MPG
  • 34 Vehicles
  • 1,342 Fuel-ups
  • 244,225 Miles Tracked
  • View All 1989 Jeep Wranglers
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2021 Jeep Wrangler

2021 Jeep Wrangler 2dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:21

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MPG

4.8 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 2dr 4WD 4 cyl, 2.0 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:23

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MPG

4.3 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 2dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Manual 6-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:20

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MPG

5.0 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 2dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:20

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2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:21

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MPG

4.8 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 4 cyl, 2.0 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular GasolineView Estimates
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Combined MPG:22

combined

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MPG

4.5 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Manual 6-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:19

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MPG

5.3 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 8 cyl, 6.4 L, Automatic 8-spd Premium Gasoline

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Combined MPG:14

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MPG

7.1 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4WD 6 cyl, 3.6 L, Automatic 8-spd Regular Gasoline

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Combined MPG:20

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5.0 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr 4xe 4 cyl, 2.0 L, Automatic 8-spd Compare

Combined MPG on Electricity:49

MPGe

combined

city/highway

0.0 gal/100mi of gas +68 kWh/100mi

Combined MPG on Gas Only:20

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How can I share my MPG?2021 Jeep Wrangler 4dr EcoDiesel 4WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 8-spd Diesel

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Combined MPG:25

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MPG

4.0 gals/ 100 miles

2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubic 4dr EcoDiesel 4WD 6 cyl, 3.0 L, Automatic 8-spd DieselView Estimates
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Combined MPG:23

combined

city/highway

MPG

4.3 gals/ 100 miles

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Let's face it. Nobody expected the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 to be a fuel economy hero. For that matter, we seriously doubt anyone considering the pricey V8-powered Wrangler is even remotely interested in such things. Still, its official fuel economy ratings from the EPA are just 13 mpg city and 17 mpg highway, resulting in a combined rating of only 14 mpg. Ouch, Jeep.

Naturally, we couldn't help doing a variety of comparisons starting with other offerings in the Wrangler family. If you trade gasoline for diesel, the 3.0-liter turbocharged EcoDiesel does far better – 23 combined mpg with 26 mpg on the highway. Horsepower is certainly down compared to the Hemi, but the diesel's torque is comparable at 442 pound-feet versus 470. Stepping back to gas, the turbocharged 2.0-liter Wrangler is nearly as efficient at 22 combined mpg, as is the V6 at 21 combined. These stats are all for four-door models with automatic transmissions. Official ratings for the plug-in hybrid 4xe aren't available yet.

None of those Wranglers will rip to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, but the Dodge Challenger SRT 392 will. It packs the same 6.4-liter engine making 485 hp, but its mileage is considerably better at 18 combined mpg and an impressive 24 mpg on the highway. Aerodynamics and gearing certainly work against the Wrangler, but that could also be said (somewhat) for the Ford Explorer ST. It's a full second slower to 60 mph, but it also manages its performance with a combined 20 mpg.

To find vehicles with fuel economy ratings similar to the Wrangler Rubicon 392, you have to go deep into big horsepower territory, and we mean big. The Hellcat-powered Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat is slightly worse at 13 combined mpg, but it also has over 700 hp from its 6.2-liter supercharged V8. Similarly, the Ram TRX with its Hellcat only manages 12 combined mpg. When it comes to supercars, both the Lamborghini Huracan and the insane McLaren 720S are slightly better at the pump. You need to step up to bonkers hypercars like the Lamborghini Aventador or Bugatti Chiron to do worse, but they won't take you rock crawling at Moab.

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Yes, we've made some insane comparisons here and perhaps you're already writing a snarky comment about how this doesn't matter. And you know what? You're absolutely right. The truth is the Wrangler Rubicon 392 is in a class by itself. The Mercedes-AMG G63 is comparable off-road, but it lives in a different universe when it comes to price, luxury, and power. The Bronco Warthog will be a direct competitor, and it will almost certainly fare better at the pump. Even then, with the Wrangler Rubicon 392 rumored to cost nearly $80,000, buyers won't care a teeny bit about poor fuel economy.

But it's still interesting to see how it stacks up.

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V-8 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392's Fuel Economy Is—Look, Just Buy the Hybrid if You Care

Wait, you thought a Wrangler with a 470-hp 6.4-liter V-8 would get decent MPG?

In a perfect world, you'd be able to purchase a V-8-powered Jeep Wrangler and also get praiseworthy fuel economy. But we all know that's not how things work. As such, fuel economy ratings from the EPA put the 2021 Jeep Rubicon 392 nearly as far down the gas-guzzler spectrum as other overpowered SUVs from the Stellantis-neé-Fiat-Chrysler universe such as the Dodge Durango SRT and Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT.

For starters, the Rubicon 392 Launch Edition comes at a hefty price tag of $74,995, not including options. Better have some extra cash beyond that to, you know, help pay the super-Wrangler's gas bill. The EPA rates the 470-horsepower Rubicon 392 at 13 mpg in the city, 17 mpg on the highway, and 14 mpg combined.

Generally speaking, with the iconic Wrangler 4x4's history of less than impressive gas mileage, these numbers should not come as a surprise to anyone. The supercharged Durango SRT Hellcat is a bit more of a fuel lush, with a 13-mpg combined EPA rating (and 12 mpg city, 17 mpg highway); the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk with the same engine delivers the same combined and highway figures, but a lowly 11 mpg in the city.

Understandably, nobody who is buying a beefed-up Jeep Wrangler to trade nicely paved roads for the dunes is doing so with miles per gallon high on the checklist. However, this acknowledgment does not make the Rubicon 392's fuel economy any less eyebrow-raising, especially considering it is 2021. The Wrangler Rubicon 392 may be capable of impressive off-road excursions—but with such poor fuel economy, they could be shorter. Hey, if you want efficiency in a Wrangler, wait for the new 4xe plug-in hybrid model.

2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Fuel Economy

  • 13 mpg city/17 mpg highway/14 mpg combined
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Mpg jeep wrangler

As offroaders go, the Jeep Wrangler has many of its rivals beat in the looks department. Outside, it sports the iconic seven-slot grille that harkens back to the CJ and the square fenders that echo the original Willys MB. The interior shares much of the exterior’s same clean lines and rugged functionality.

Its satisfying offroad capabilities allow it to crawl and climb just about anywhere. But this Jeep does have one hugely frustrating drawback, along with a couple of minor ones. Christopher Seabaugh of MotorTrend walks us through the downsides of owning a Jeep Wrangler.

The biggest liability of the Wrangler

For the past seven months, Seabaugh has been reporting on his driving experience with a 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. He has used the Wrangler as a daily driver, a beach offroader, and a weekend explorer during this time.  

The MotorTrend Wrangler is equipped with an eTorque 2.0-liter mild-hybrid turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine with 270 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque. It’s mated with an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Normally, a mild-hybrid engine would save gas by shutting off the engine when it’s cruising, braking, or stopped. So, theoretically, the Wrangler should get good fuel economy with this configuration.

But in the real world, this isn’t the case and is the Wrangler’s most glaring problem. At 22/24/22 MPG city/highway/combined, the EPA numbers seem decent enough. And MotorTrend performed its own gas mileage testing for this vehicle at the half-year mark of testing. The results were 21.4/26.0/23.2 MPG, which are somewhat better than the EPA’s numbers.

It’s reasonable to expect that driving the Jeep Wrangler under real-world conditions would match MotorTrend’s or the EPA’s results. Instead, its fuel efficiency was surprisingly unreliable and subject to random driving conditions. For example, the Wrangler measured between 17 and 20 MPG in Los Angeles traffic at speeds under 55 MPH.

Gas mileage for highway driving was even more unpredictable. At 70 MPH in windy conditions on the freeway, the Wrangler returned only 14 MPG. When the MT team drove the Jeep over the mountains and through the desert in cool, calm weather, it got as much as 23 MPG.

Why is the Jeep Wrangler’s gas mileage so inconsistent?

The Jeep Wrangler‘s erratic fuel economy is baffling, and it complicated the team’s route planning for trips. Yet Seabaugh does hint at one potential reason for it: the Jeep’s distinctly boxy body. Its angular shape makes the Wrangler more susceptible to wind resistance. Reduced airflow around the Jeep’s body means that it burns more gas at the same speed than a more aerodynamic vehicle would.

At 4,439 pounds, the Rubicon‘s weight could also have some bearing on its gas mileage. Although it doesn’t have the heft of a Land Rover Defender or a Toyota Land Cruiser, the Jeep Wrangler’s sturdy construction might make it burn fuel less efficiently. Some of its best offroad-worthy features may add weight, such as its gigantic 33-inch all-terrain tires and Dana 44 front axle.

Another consideration is that MotorTrend’s Wrangler has an automatic transmission. Automatics generally get slightly worse mileage than manual transmissions. It’s possible that this Jeep is getting at least 2 MPG less than another Wrangler model that has a manual transmission.

The minor drawbacks

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Besides the Jeep Wrangler’s puzzlingly varying fuel mileage, Seabaugh pointed out two other lesser problems.

First, he dislikes the Jeep’s on-center steering feel. The big tires, lagging steering rack, and a solid front axle all contribute to the feeling that the Wrangler is meandering slightly back and forth in its lane despite the steering being on center.

Seabaugh believes that the slight but continuous steering adjustments a driver needs to keep the Jeep Wrangler in its lane add to driver fatigue on long trips. Although Jeep recently recalled the Wrangler to install a steering damper to remedy the 2018 model’s “death wobble,” the problem with on-center steering never went away.

The other complaint is about the design of the rear hatch. In order to access the cargo area, an owner must pull the lower door open and swing it out toward the passenger side. Then, he or she has to lift up the rear glass of the hard-top. If the Wrangler is equipped with the optional soft-top, it’s even more tricky because it must be removed before performing these steps.

This design enables Jeep to attach a full-size spare tire to the Wrangler’s door and also allows both hard-top and soft-top options. And it’s a design that has been used going back to the CJ7 in the mid-1970s. But Seabaugh notes that it makes loading bulkier cargo such as suitcases and groceries more awkward.

As Seabaugh notes, though, there isn’t room to mount the tire underneath on the Wrangler as there is on the Jeep Gladiator. A rear hatch isn’t feasible as long as a soft-top is an option. And a design such as a swing-down tailgate wouldn’t work either because it would mean that the spare tire would have to be moved. Seabaugh admits that Jeep is working with the best possible design for cargo access, even if it’s somewhat inconvenient.

It’s helpful for buyers to know about the Jeep Wrangler‘s fluctuating fuel economy and other, smaller issues. But they will have to weigh these disadvantages against this SUV’s impressive offroad capabilities when decision-making time comes around.

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