Fuel Economy For 2-Door, 2.3, Auto Sasquatch

BigFootie

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The manual is definitely worse on mileage than the auto as far as I know.
You do realize that’s because it’s always in “sport’ mode when using the 7MT or at least that’s the way my manuals have always been driven. :cool:
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Automatic better mpg in general use.
A modern 10 speed automatic should be better. Manual is really about the driving experience.
 

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All of my tanks have been over 20mpg. Very little city driving.
 
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I received my Window Sticker on Monday, and I am curious why Ford rates a 2.3 liter I4, 2-door, Automatic Trans with the Sasquatch Package, at just 18MPG.

Is there really a 3 point drop for the Sasquatch/35" tires. This doesn't sound accurate.

I am interested in the actual mileage people are getting who have a 2-door, 2.3, Auto, Sasquatch. Thanks!
My Bronco arrived and I can report that it stays consistently around 20-21 MPG. It really depends on the driver. I learned to drive with a light foot when I had a Prius years ago to get up to 60 MPG. Driving with a lighter touch on the Bronco brings the same benefits, increased fuel economy
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The Bronco is a fantastic vehicle!
 
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