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05-16-2019 12:18 PM
5speed
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Originally Posted by Ignatz View Post
First off, I see this is your first post. Welcome to the site!

For comparison my FWD 2.4 CVT approached 325 to a tank driving easy at 50MPH (80KMH).
Wife's FWD 2.0 5-spd manual gets 330 under similar circumstances.
These are both bare bones vehicles.

Since you're dragging around an additional differential with a lower ratio drive-train I'd say you're about the expected range.
I usually average 30mpg or better @70mph. I would expect much better if driving easy at 50mph.
05-14-2019 08:17 PM
Ignatz
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Originally Posted by Bulek101 View Post
Hello everyone, I just bought a 2007 jeep patriot trail rated 4x4, with the cvt transmission.it has about 216,000 kms. On a full tank of gas I'm getting about 400 kms that's doing city/ highway driving. Is that normal? If so is there anything I can do to help improve the fuel mileage?
First off, I see this is your first post. Welcome to the site!

For comparison my FWD 2.4 CVT approached 325 to a tank driving easy at 50MPH (80KMH).
Wife's FWD 2.0 5-spd manual gets 330 under similar circumstances.
These are both bare bones vehicles.

Since you're dragging around an additional differential with a lower ratio drive-train I'd say you're about the expected range.
05-14-2019 06:40 PM
Bulek101 Hello everyone, I just bought a 2007 jeep patriot trail rated 4x4, with the cvt transmission.it has about 216,000 kms. On a full tank of gas I'm getting about 400 kms that's doing city/ highway driving. Is that normal? If so is there anything I can do to help improve the fuel mileage?
02-24-2019 05:34 PM
2jeepfam I am using Torque
but any of them should work the same way
as I mentioned I have not completed my setup as
I really only wanted some temps and speed
02-24-2019 11:25 AM
zeflex
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Originally Posted by 2jeepfam View Post
the application on your phone needs info to make its guesses on the fuel consumption
so it maybe time to read the apps manual
I have yet to set mine up other than speed battery and temp
Which software are you using ? On my side I can use DashCommand or inCarDoc Pro
02-24-2019 10:58 AM
2jeepfam
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Originally Posted by zeflex View Post
What do you mean by software calibration ?
the application on your phone needs info to make its guesses on the fuel consumption
so it maybe time to read the apps manual
I have yet to set mine up other than speed battery and temp
02-24-2019 10:19 AM
zeflex What do you mean by software calibration ?

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Originally Posted by 2jeepfam View Post
make sure you do the software calibration
as I dont think its possible to burn that much fuel without big drivability issues
02-24-2019 09:40 AM
2jeepfam make sure you do the software calibration
as I dont think its possible to burn that much fuel without big drivability issues
02-24-2019 12:57 AM
zeflex I plugged an obd2 plug on my patriot and checked with a softwaire the consumption in town.

25 l/100km (9.4 mpg)

This is definitely too much fuel consumption, what should I ask to my car repair place to fix this issue...?
02-22-2019 11:46 PM
zeflex Is there some tips or mechanical settings to do to save some fuel? I just got a 2008 this week and I don't know if my fill up will last 300km (city drive only)...
11-09-2018 01:12 PM
Fafard Just got a 2012 north edition a week ago.2.4 cvt fdi with autostick 107000 km so far I’m getting around 11.5 l/100km for a total of 390 km till light comes on. That’s about 75% freeway at 100km/h and 25% country roads. Idles fine right around 700, at 100km/h it’s around 2000rpm. I was really hoping to get more around the 500 km mark for a tank of gas. It is getting that infamous buck a lot of people are talking about and it did throw a code for a misfire. I did order plugs from rock auto, ngk coppers but Haven’t received them yet. Hopefully it’s just a simple tune up issue cause I feel I should be getting better economy.
10-27-2015 12:54 PM
ambientcafe
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Originally Posted by jd_1138 View Post
We get about 540 kilometers out of a tank or about 340 miles. We are averaging 40 KM's per gallon or about 25 MPG.

It's the 6 speed AT sourced from Hyundai on a 2014 Patriot FD1 in Sport trim. So I guess it does get better mileage than the CVT.
Thnx for your input 'jd' ... so yeah, that's what I had suspected. The CVT2 has poor driveability and is power-robbing, as I feel that my 08' should have a lot more pep for 172 horsies ...
10-26-2015 03:09 PM
Heirio I average about 330 miles per tank with about 1 gal left. That puts me at about 27.5 mpg. Of course that depends on the gas. Some gas I can get 360 on the tank putting me at about 30 mpg while others i don't hit 300 miles.
10-25-2015 09:19 PM
jd_1138 We get about 540 kilometers out of a tank or about 340 miles. We are averaging 40 KM's per gallon or about 25 MPG.

For what it is, an SUV that we drive mostly stop and go in the town, it's pretty good gas mileage. It's the 6 speed AT sourced from Hyundai on a 2014 Patriot FD1 in Sport trim. So I guess it does get better mileage than the CVT.
10-25-2015 09:07 PM
ambientcafe About 400 kms/tank (city) on my 08' with 33,000 kms. Wondering if the newer 6-spd autos are getting better economy (not to mention better pep) than the 'supposedly' fuel-efficient CVT's (?)
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