Depends if it's a V6 or V8 It is a V8.
They don't put a V8 in that year wrangler.
Depends on what vehicle it is installed in.
13-16 mpg highway
Depends if it was an automatic or a manual
Depends if it's a V6 or V8
Depends on a couple of different things. 1. Engine Size 4.3L V6 - got about 15-16 in the city and 15-18 on highway 5.0L V8 - got about 13-14 in the city and 15-16 on highway 5.7L V8 - got about 12-14 in the city and 13-16 on the highway 6.5L V8 Diesel - Varies 7.4L V8 Big Block - Not Good 2. How you drive If you drive like a maniac, you are obviously going to get significantly lower gas mileage. Don't jack rabbit it from a dead stop. It consumes a lot of gas and is hard on the engine. Gas Mileage in average for these pickups is about 13-16 MPG
approx 12 city 18 highway
not for production vehicles, they only make a turbo diesel engine in their pickups.
That depends if its a v8 it would be most likely to be bad on gas v6 is a lot better on gas mileage.
10 normal 8 towing?
11mpg city and 15mpg highway
Not much, 15 mpg or less.
I have a 1996 Explorer with the 302 V8 and I get 13-14mpg around town and 18-19mpg on the highway. It is killing me.
that all depends on what engine was installed in it, a 318 V8 got the best mileage and the 426 hemi got the worst.
A v8 has two more cylinders. Wich normally means more power :) but also normally means less gas mileage.
Probably around 10-12 MPG overall
Depends.. Mine gets decent gas mileage (depending on MPH) while on the Highway (around 17-19MPG), but gets very poor gas mileage when traveling in and around my hometown.. Hope I could help
the v8 700r4 its a strong tranny its a overdrive tranny it will give you better Gas mileage
A v-8 will always get worse mileage than a v-6. If you're worried about gas mileage, don't be driving a Camaro. i have a 92 rs and a 90 rs. i get about 25 mpg
Stock tires and no lift 15mpg in town and 17mpg on the highway.
Check out www.fueleconomy.gov ( it shows for a 2000 Ford Explorer with the 5.0 liter V8 , 13 city / 18 highway miles per U.S. gallon )
Check out the website www.fueleconomy.gov Select your year and model, engine, transmission , etc.
13-14 around town, 14-16 17 if your lucky on the highway