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Jeep real fuel consumption

According to aggregated user reports, the average real fuel consumption of Jeep cars is approximately 14% higher for gasoline engines and is approximately 19% higher for diesel engines compared to the advertised consumption. Average fuel consumption difference for Jeep vehicles manufactured in the last ten years is about approximately +23%, while older Jeep cars consume approximately 12% more compared to the manufacturer's claimed consumption.

Year-to-year deviations of actual owner-reported average fuel consumption from advertised values

YearGasoline carsDiesel cars
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2000 +4%+13% +5%+12%
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2001 +5%+9% +6%+10%
2002 +6%+5% +7%+10%
2003 +6%minor +8%+10%
2004 +7%minor +9%+10%
2005 +8%minor +10%+10%
2006 +9%minor +11%+13%
2007 +11%+9% +12%+18%
2008 +12%+11% +13%+17%
2009 +14%+11% +14%+17%
2010 +16%+15% +16%+18%
2011 +19%+16% +19%+22%
2012 +21%+16% +23%+21%
2013 +23%+17% +27%+23%
2014 +26%+20% +30%+26%
2015 +27%+20% +33%+26%
2016 +28%+20% +36%+26%
2017 +28%+24% +38%+27%
2018 +28%+17% +39%+29%
2019 +28%+9% +37%+27%
2020 +27%+9% +37%+27%
2021 +26%minor +37%+19%

Among the Jeep gasoline models, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Renegade and Jeep Cherokee come closest to meeting the manufacturer's fuel economy ratings. Regarding recent Jeep diesel models, the Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Wrangler correspond most accurately to advertised fuel economy figures.

Select an Jeep model to see the real fuel consumption of specific engine versions.

Jeep Cherokee Real fuel consumption difference:
Petrol: +12% Diesel: +14%
Jeep Commander Real fuel consumption difference:
Diesel: +13%
Jeep Compass Real fuel consumption difference:
Petrol: +23% Diesel: +30%
Jeep Grand Cherokee Real fuel consumption difference:
Petrol: +8% Diesel: +13%
Jeep Renegade Real fuel consumption difference:
Petrol: +10% Diesel: +25%
Jeep Wrangler Real fuel consumption difference:
Petrol: +15% Diesel: +20%
User-reported fuel consumption may not accurately represent all users' experiences due to variables such as driving conditions, driving style, technical condition of the vehicle, and other circumstances. Thus, it should not be relied upon as a representative indicator.