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It can, in fact, get over 27 MPG on the highway. I average more than that on the highway and I'm an aggressive driver. My guess is that the gas that's available where you live is not as "supreme" as they'd have you believe. Supreme is often used to describe premium fuel that has ethanol added to it. Some states add ethanol to all of the gasoline. If you put ethanol in a Juke, the mileage will suffer, I have seen it first hand on a road trip.Report it
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