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I am torn between buying a 2019 2WD Rebel and a 2WD Laramie but I drive 100+ per day and have to seek the 3.6L V6 to save gas money.


I can't seem to find reviews of MPG for the Rebel in 3.6L form and would like to know the real world MPG.


I have any the info on Laramie and Long Horn which appears to average about 21 to 22 in mixed driving.


Even Fuelly only has the HEMI numbers.


Any actual owners here to comment?
 

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Any differences in fuel economy between the Rebel v6 and the Laramie v6 will be negligible.

I'm not sure what you mean in this sentence "I have any the info on Laramie and Long Horn which appears to average about 21 to 22 in mixed driving.". Looks like you have a typo in there, as I'm assuming you meant to say you have only the info on the Laramie and Long Horn.
 

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Yes, a typo.

My 3.6L Durango is great on fuel for long trips and has been so impressive versus my previous SUVs (Tahoe and Acadia). I was hoping that the 3.6L in the trucks was equally impressive.
 
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