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The average gas mileage of a Jeep Commander as of 2014 is approximately 14.5 miles per gallon, according to Fuelly. Although Jeep vehicles are notorious gas guzzlers, they are still known to be very durable and powerful ... More »

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The Jeep Patriot averages between 21 and 26 miles per gallon - highway and city - depending on the year of the vehicle and special features offered. The gas mileage also varies based on how you drive the car. More »

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The Jeep Liberty has an EPA fuel economy rating of 15 to 17 miles per gallon in the city and 20 to 22 miles per gallon on the highway. The EPA combined rating for the Jeep Liberty is 17 to 19 miles per gallon. More »

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The Jeep Patriot averages between 21 and 26 miles per gallon - highway and city - depending on the year of the vehicle and special features offered. The gas mileage also varies based on how you drive the car. More »

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A Dodge Ram 2500 gets approximately 16 mpg, according to Fuelly. The results on Fuelly include over 800 Dodge Ram 2500 owners whom have reported their fuel economy to range between 6 and 27 mpg. More »

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As of 2015, vehicles with good gas mileage include Fiat's 500 minicompact at 31 city and 40 highway miles per gallon and the midsize Toyota Corolla Eco that delivers 30 city and 42 highway miles per gallon. The Ford F-15... More »

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On average, the gas mileage of a school bus sits at 7 miles per gallon. This figure is significantly lower than the average gas mileage for private vehicles, which is 20.8 MPG. More »

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