1994 Dr T Land Cruiser, 1FZ with 230,000 miles. I get 12 mpg no matter what. Uphill, downhill, headwind, tailwind, loaded, unloaded. I guess I should be happy it doesn't get worse, but I wouldn't hate it if it occasionally got better.
It will, or you can defeat it, like if it's hilly.That is really good. Flat roads all the way. Is that one of those engines that shut down cylinders until they are needed for pulling power?
Try miles/gallons=mpg next fill up and post your results. I think there will be a slight discrepancy. Unless you are sporting a diesel and a strong tail wind. How many miles do you get per tank?2004 Jeep TJ - 27 mpg on BFG KO2's (30X9.5X15) at 70 mph