This may seem dumb, but the quality of the fuel has a bit to do with economy.
Also, when you guys manually check your mpgs, would that work in winter given that I warm up the car (it's -25 C in the morning) for about 5 mins every day. There's no way to factor that in. My winter mileage, city only, is sometimes down to 16 l/100km (14 mpg, EVIC reading) due to the warming up...but I can only get about 19.5 (EVIC) for city driving in warm weather... Mind you fuel in this country is generally of a lower grade than in the west, so that doesn't help either.
I just figure it's a gas-guzzling yank-tank and you don't drive it for the fuel economy, well I don't anyway. Surely a japanese tin-foil car would be better for that lol...
2009 Jeep Compass Limited 4x4 2.4L, Black Pearl, CVTII.