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Old 06-02-2009, 10:07 AM   #1
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Any one with a 4x4 Jeep leberty success..!

I have a 2003 jeep liberty 4x4, 3.7 v6. As always, the factory MPG claims to be 17/20 but I'm far from there. Is there anyone in the forum that had improve mileage on these little guzzlers...?
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Old 06-02-2009, 10:55 AM   #2
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http://www.gassavers.org/showthread.php?t=10809

this is a patriot but they may be similar in drive trains.

not a jeep guy so I really can't say. he would be one to hit up though.
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The Patriot is very different, including its drivetrain. A Wrangler may have a more similar drivetrain. There are a few Wranglers here - user rgathright for example.

You can search the garage. Click on the "Garage" tab, and "Search the Garage" is in the grey bar under the tabs.
http://www.gassavers.org/garage/search

Liberty gaslogs don't look good, only one has any success beating the EPA estimates and not much success, at that:
http://www.gassavers.org/garage/viewgaslog/1080

I only saw 4 gaslogs, though, so maybe you can do a lot better.
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Actually, none of them are very similar but if you are talking mileage you can compare, sorta, to the 2007+ Wranglers if you tack on a couple points to their numbers to account for the platforms.

These are all 2007 automatic tranny numbers...

Wrangler 3.8L 4x4 = 14/18
Liberty 3.7L 4x4 = 15/20
Patriot 2.4L 4x4 = 20/24
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glad I made the disclaimer

maybe it's just like the ptcruiser. I never heard of anyone getting even descent mileage in one of those.
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Damn! I didn't realize the Liberty was so heavy!
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