2015 Ecodiesel Laramie

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Year
2015
Model
LARAMIE
2015 ecodiesel Laramie 4x4 with 4 corner air suspension
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This is pretty much my ride! I am diggin it so far! I have the 2016 Grill on it though! It's different that's why I like it!
 
I have the same exact Black on Black truck with air bags and 3.55. Mine also has a locking fiberglass ARE bed cover. My family is loving it so far. The MPG is pretty amazing on the interstate ranging from 27-29 from Western Iowa to Grand Rapids, MI recently. I usually drive 6-8 mph over the limit.

On a recent trip to Colorado Springs, CO, we averaged 25 mpg. However, that trip included mountain driving and 85-90 mph in Wyoming. I was very impressed with high altitude driving as well. The little turbo compensated flawlessly and she never choked in the thin air. No noticeable difference over sea level.

Average mpg around home is 22-23 combined.
 
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I have the same exact Black on Black truck with air bags and 3.55. Mine also has a locking fiberglass ARE bed cover. My family is loving it so far. The MPG is pretty amazing on the interstate ranging from 27-29 from Western Iowa to Grand Rapids, MI recently. I usually drive 6-8 mph over the limit.

On a recent trip to Colorado Springs, CO, we averaged 25 mpg. However, that trip included mountain driving and 85-90 mph in Wyoming. I was very impressed with high altitude driving as well. The little turbo compensated flawlessly and she never choked in the thin air. No noticeable difference over sea level.

Average mpg around home is 22-23 combined.
That's good to hear. I live in Ca. So everything these peeps talk about doing to their trucks I can't do(Delete), and it kind of sux! Let's hope we both got a couple of good ones. I have been driving diesels at work for over twenty five years, and it is somewhat different then a gas powered vehicle, not sure if that has anything to do with collateral damage? On ave. just driving around town I am getting 22mph, no long road trips as of yet, I to have the Air Suspension. Just a nice ride! Cruz on bud!
 

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