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MY2013 with 1,000 miles on it with Jag 5.0L v8 comes in at an abysmal 15 mpg average (town & highway). Stock tires with 20" wheels.

Granted, I'm still enjoying playing with all of that power... :D
 

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MY2013 with 1,000 miles on it with Jag 5.0L v8 comes in at an abysmal 15 mpg average (town & highway). Stock tires with 20" wheels.

Granted, I'm still enjoying playing with all of that power... :D
Oh, my 1995 County Classic gets about the same, so I'm used to frequent gas stops.
 

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I would think that maybe it's the break-in mileage, but generally these things are already run-in.
@Rhinob...I hope you are right and that the mileage improves.

In the meantime, I'm always looking at the instant fuel mileage number on the info screen and adjusting my heavy foot as needed.
 
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