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Hans B 01-25-2019 03:18 AM

March 2016 I bought my 2006 Discovery 39S with 26500 miles on the clock.
We do not have a tow and our top speed is 60-65 mph.
So far I made 5 trips with a total of 19.265 miles and burned 2395 gallons of diesel.
That is 8.05 mpg

BazEnglander 01-25-2019 04:05 AM

I find it's best not to know, when we can we fill up and just take it easy keep to under 2000RPM.

Bazzer

Fleetwood Bounder 7.2liter.

bdersham 01-25-2019 04:33 AM

Have a 43í 2014 Itasca towing a 27í trailer weighing about 11000 lbs and get about 6 MPG at 65 MPH

respolt 01-25-2019 05:06 AM

Diesel pusher MPG
 
2016 Newmar Ventana LE, 40 ft, 360 hp Cummins, 8.5 - 9 mpg

KmsgoracerKm 01-25-2019 06:20 AM

Cat 325, 37 ft 9 .1 mpg towing trailer, 9.3 towing truck. 150,000 miles.
 
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Originally Posted by Dan104 (Post 4591417)
Looking at 2000 to 2006 Diesel Pushers 36 to 40' long. Being I like to know what I am getting into in advance. Please let me know what MPG you are getting. Please include year, model, length, Cummins or CAT, HP, interstate cruising speed driven. Thanks

9.3 towing. 37 ft Cat 325 , 2003 Safari 150,000 mi

Billcmo 01-25-2019 06:38 AM

MOG on 360 Cummins
 
Our in the city and on the road combination MPG is 7.7-8.0 MPG. Not sure what they are apart since my monitor does not calculate separately. Some say they get 8-10 MPG on the road. Still recommend a diesel pusher, quieter, plenty of power and more room to sit up front where you are driving imo

g.tour 01-25-2019 06:46 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dan104 (Post 4591417)
Looking at 2000 to 2006 Diesel Pushers 36 to 40' long. Being I like to know what I am getting into in advance. Please let me know what MPG you are getting. Please include year, model, length, Cummins or CAT, HP, interstate cruising speed driven. Thanks

2015 grand tour , 450 isl cumins,towing 4dr jeep wrangler gets 5.5 to 8 mpg depending on terrain wind and speed

SStravels 01-25-2019 06:56 AM

2014 Forest River Legacy 300 HP towing CRV. I donít run wide open on most trips. Usually 61 or 2. I have gotten almost 12 and as low as 7. I think I get better than most bigger campers. It is what it is. If you stress out about the MPG, maybe itís not for you.

msn006 01-25-2019 07:07 AM

2000 40í Allegro bus Cummins ISC 8 to 8.5 consistently towing 4 door jeep wrangler

KenMerk 01-25-2019 07:15 AM

10.1 consistent mpg. 36' 1999 Fleetwood Bounder model 36s with Cummins 6 cylinder turbo diesel cruising at 60-65 mph. It's a year before your request range but thought you'd want to know.

soberskier 01-25-2019 07:18 AM

2002 Monaco Windsor 40', 350 towing Ford Explorer Sport Track ... Average between 7 and 8, as a rule. We are in Oregon and have mountains on all sides.

Have not checked milage now that we tow a 2012 Lincoln MKX.

JOEBEKE 01-25-2019 07:39 AM

Driving a 2008 38.5 ft getting around 9 MPG when not towing the Jeep Wrangler. Towing I get around 7 MPG.

alfredcycle 01-25-2019 07:44 AM

2001 monaco dynasty drywrought by driverside window
 
I have a monco dynasty with a 350 cumm we travel from fl to mn I pull a buick enclave and and adv. 9- 10 mpg speed 65mph

theBeav 01-25-2019 09:23 AM

Almost consistently 5.5. 2007 Beaver Marquis. Cat 13, 45,000 lb.


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