Depends on what engine it has...
All depends on the engine you have, the hemi has great acceleration.
Depends on the engine and model
Depends on the engine, transmission, gearing, etc.
That all depended on the engine and rearend you had in the car.
It is important to have a well working car while on the road. The lack of fuel getting to the engine would cause hesitation on acceleration,
I seem to recall that Dodge recommends 89 Octane for that engine. I wouldn't go any lower than that due to the likelihood of pinging problems.
all depends on the engine in it and the rear end gearing.
Depends on the year, overall condition, options, mileage, etc...
Requires more information, what size is the engine and is it an automatic or manual transmission?
I get nine mpg on the road with mine.
Two good parts for a 1998 Dodge 1500 with a 5.9 liter engine that increase power and mileage are high performance air and fuel filters.
== == the new charger with the 3.5 engine is rated at 17 city and 22 on the highway.
No, a spoiler for a 2004 Dodge Intrepid will not drop the gas mileage.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
Check the EGR vavle
my 06 is averaging about 18 mpg as a daily driver, the 05s should be the same
Putting in bad fuel can cause theÊengine to buck during acceleration on a 1999 Dodge Durango. There could also be a problem with the fuel filter or dirty spark plugs.
That all depended on the rear gearing, but 9 to 10 MPG was typical on the hemi.
18 MPG highway @ 65 MPH. 10-14 city
about 18 to 20 MPG. depending on the rear end gear ratio.
I own a 2007 Caliber R/T. automatic.2.4L engine. I am getting 23.5- 24.2 mpg According to the EPA, the Dodge Caliber does 21 - 24 mpg in the city and 24 - 29 on the highway, depending on its engine.
I had a 02 Dodge 3500 with the Cummins, a 6 speed stick, and 410 gears in the rear, and I was getting around 21 MPG on the highway.
anywhere from 15 in the city to above 30 on the highway - depending on engine, model, and driving habits.