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What MPG do you get???

I'm looking at a 2007 Ranger super cab with the 3.0, 4 speed automatic, 2wheel drive. What kind of MPG do you get?

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Lots of threads on this. 4.0 4wd 5 spd 4.10 gears...20mpg
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Lots...3.0 3.73 gears -16 average
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4.0L 5speed 4x4 4.10's.. average 20-21
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i have 4 cylinder, you would be too jealous if i posted up what i get
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25-28 in the city 35 on the highway all day long. But i have a 2.3 lol.
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2.3, Auto, 4.10 gears: "Real" gas = 28mpg / 10% ethanol = 26mpg
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16 on a good day all highway with a good back wind
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16 on a good day all highway with a good back wind
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12 mpg
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14-19 highway.
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25-28 in the city 35 on the highway all day long. But i have a 2.3 lol.
Damn, that 2.3 is a sipper. My 2.5 averages 24-26. More if its a flat highway.
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Old 2004 3.0L 5spd 3.73s got between 19-21mpg averages like clockwork while I owned it. It had between 18K miles and 60K miles for that period of time before it was totaled.

My 2009 4.0L/auto 3.55s was bought new and got **** mileage at first. 16mpg averages until around 5K miles. it started to get between 17-18mpg averages between 5-15K miles. I have almost 19K miles on it now and I am starting to hit the high 19mpg - 20 mpg range out. All averages of course. If you buy a new or real low mileage model, it probably wont get its real mileage potential until it has almost 20K miles on it. They take a while to loosen up.
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dont care , its paid off . it can suck as much gas as it wants
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and why are people so considered about there MPG on here?, you bought a TRUCK not a car ,
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and why are people so considered about there MPG on here?, you bought a TRUCK not a car ,
gas prices ring a bell ?
they arent going to go down, ever again, only up.

if you dont mind throwing $50.0+ into your truck for gas every few days, thats your business.
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[email protected] 20 in my tank goes for four days , in my 3.0 , man yall's gas must be high
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I put in 60 a week
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I recently started tracking stats, to see what combos of tech work best.

Right now, getting 16 mpg on 87 octane, for a 2.9L. Later I will try the premium stuff and see if the mpg improves, and compare the cost diff, to see if that jump is worth it.

Anyone put a new ignition coil, like an MSD Street Fire? I wonder if that improves mpg...
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and why are people so considered about there MPG on here?, you bought a TRUCK not a car ,
lol people buy these trucks thinking they'll save money on gas....little do they know!
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lol people buy these trucks thinking they'll save money on gas....little do they know!
haha yep are MPG is almost of a fullsize
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