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I'm curious what mileage people are getting on there 2.4 little 200's the best I can achieve at 100kmh/ 60mph is 31 mpg.
 

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Average around town ours gets 28. Highway is a different story. One long trip to Georgia resulted in 38 MPG.
 

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There are so many variables. Climate, terrain, fuel quality, altitude, driver, etc.
The 3.6L/9sp gets around 26 combined. 33 highway.
The old 2.0L/CVT Caliber got around 23 combined, with a one-time high of 38 highway.
 

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In the summer time with the a/c on, I have averaged about 35 with about 80/20 highway/city driving. Mainly highway I average about 36. Speed is usually around 74.

In the winter time with a bit of time warming up my average is about 30. If I start doing stop and go, my average drops between 27-28.
 

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There are so many variables. Climate, terrain, fuel quality, altitude, driver, etc.
The 3.6L/9sp gets around 26 combined. 33 highway.
The old 2.0L/CVT Caliber got around 23 combined, with a one-time high of 38 highway.
I have a 200 with the 2.4 liter 4 cylinder that is what I asked in my post .
 

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Here is a link to the 'expected' fuel economy for the car. The 4-speed did better than the 6-speed.
These numbers are in U.S. gallons. The convertible is heavier than the sedan. Alcohol content is also a factor as E85 will bring the numbers down:
 

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I have a 200, 2017 with a 2.4. A live in a hilly environment. City driving is around 25 mpg, Highway at 75 mph is about 34 mpg. I've experimented with both E-85 and non-ethanol 90 octane. I got a few miles worse with the E-85 and a few miles better with the non-ethanol. That being said regular 87 octane is the best to use when you factor in the prices...but the car does seem to also perform a smidge better with the non-ethanol.
 

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Back from a road trip and thought I would share my fuel mileage.
I did have it up over 41 MPG, but hitting metro Washington / Baltimore area slowed things down.
This is after 456 miles of driving on this one tank of fuel.
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I average 25 mpg w my 3.6 I have a heavy foot and not alot of highway driving, but when I do go on a long highway drive for work or weeknd get-aways Ive avg'd 35-38 mpg.
 
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I remember when I used to hit 41 mpgs on the freeway. It would average 32-34 when I traded it in. I bet the reduced economy was from all the **** oil it would consume.
 
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