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The 30+ MPG you are thinking about is for 3.6 V-6, which is what I have. It has 8 speed trans. If I drive city I get about 21MPG. Mostly highway I get about 28MPG going back and forth to work. Drove about about 1700 miles on Vacation and averaged about 30.5MPG (and I drove through Great Smokey Mountains National Park in rain storms(Huge Elevation Change in short time.) where my car was in AWD mode the whole day.) When I research Dodge Charger R/T (5.7 Hemi), the Hwy was, I think 25 or 26MPG. When I drove V-6 and found it plenty off power / per MPG ratio. Not an R/T, but with 8 Speed Trans, does wonders. The Fleet v-6 with 5 Spead is an embaresment and think Dodge would be ashamed to put that on the road. If that was first V-6 I drove, I would have dismissed V-6 completely. I drove V-6 as a rental, when my car was getting rear decklid button fixed. What a waste of a car, in my humble opinion.Report it
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