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  • #16
    The Jeeps get pretty decent mileage, bit better than a pickup in general while retaining the capacity of the little pickups. They've got a decent bit of room in them. Now those are of course the cheap unibody Jeeps. The body-on-frame Jeeps get dismal mpg for their weight/engine size.

    Fords generally do not get stellar gas mileage. Alright, but not stellar. If he's getting 20 mpg in town with a 300, maybe driving lessons from him would net you the most mpg.
    '67 Dart 270 4 door '72 340(9.5:1), 727, 8-3/4", A/C, original interior, big bolt discs

    '77 Aspen SE 2 door '77 318, 998,8-1/4",A/C, Cruise control car,power discs,power steering

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    • #17
      Yeah, my foot is probably my biggest detriment mpg wise. Haha. It looks more and more like the "best" route may be a little toyota pickup or some kind of Mitsubishi pickup if I want to stay away from getting a "rice burner" haha. I just take enough trips to the city and back and across state that if I could pick up something with good mpg then my bank account would be much happier!

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      • #18
        Originally posted by moparman485 View Post
        Yeah, my foot is probably my biggest detriment mpg wise. Haha. It looks more and more like the "best" route may be a little toyota pickup or some kind of Mitsubishi pickup if I want to stay away from getting a "rice burner" haha. I just take enough trips to the city and back and across state that if I could pick up something with good mpg then my bank account would be much happier!
        Those'll not do very good with a heavy foot.
        '67 Dart 270 4 door '72 340(9.5:1), 727, 8-3/4", A/C, original interior, big bolt discs

        '77 Aspen SE 2 door '77 318, 998,8-1/4",A/C, Cruise control car,power discs,power steering

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