Top 10 Least Fuel Efficient Cars for 2008

 

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If you drive any of the cars on the first list below, you probably care more about speed limits than the price of a gallon of gas.

Here are the top 10 least (and most) fuel efficient cars, according to the 2008 Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Energy’s fuel economy guidebook.

Lowest Overall Fuel Economy Models for 2008 Model Year

Rank Manufacturer/Model City/Highway MPG

1. Lamborghini Murcielago (E-Gear) 8/13
2. Bugatti Veyron 8/14
3. Lamborghini Murcielago (manual) 9/14
4. Bentley Azure/Arnage RL 9/15
5. Ferrari 612 Scaglietti (F1) 9/16
6. Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder (manual), 10/15, Ferrari 612 Scaglietti (manual), Bentley Arnage
7. Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder 10/16, Aston Martin DB9 Coupe, Aston Martin DB9 Volante, Mercedes-Benz Maybach (all models)
8. Lamborghini Gallardo Coupe (manual) 10/17, Bentley Continental GT, Bentley Continental GTC, Bentley Continental Flying Spur,
9. Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG 11/13
10. Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD 11/14,
Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG

Highest Overall Fuel Economy Models for 2008 Model Year

Class Model City/Highway MPG

1. Toyota Prius (hybrid-electric) 48/45
2. Honda Civic Hybrid 40/45
3. Nissan Altima Hybrid 35/33
4. Ford Escape Hybrid FWD 34/30, Mazda Tribute Hybrid 2WD, Mercury Mariner Hybrid FWD
5. Toyota Camry Hybrid 33/34
6. Toyota Yaris (manual) 29/36
7. Toyota Yaris (automatic) 29/35
8. Ford Escape Hybrid 4WD 29/27, Mazda Tribute Hybrid 4WD, Mercury Mariner Hybrid 4WD
9. Toyota Corolla (manual) 28/37
10. Honda Fit (manual) 28/34

Lowest Fuel Economy by Vehicle Class for 2008 Model Year

Class Model City/Highway MPG

Two Seater Lamborghini Murcielago (manual) 8/13
Minicompact Car Aston Martin DB9 Coupe, Volante (manual) 10/16
Subcompact Car Bentley Continental GTC 10/17
Compact Car Bentley Azure 9/15
Midsize Car Ferrari 612 Scaglietti (auto) 9/16
Large Car Bentley Arnage RL 9/15
Small Station Wagon Audi S4 Avant (manual) 13/20
Midsize Station Wagon Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG Wagon 12/18
Sport Utility Vehicle* Mercedes-Benz G55 AMG 11/13
Minivan* Toyota Sienna 4WD 16/21
Pickup Truck* Rousch Performance Stage3 F150 11/15
Van (Passenger and Cargo)*
Passenger
Chevrolet G1500/2500 EXPRESS 2WD 12/16,
Chevrolet H1500 EXPRESS AWD,
GMC G1500/2500 SAVANA 2WD,
GMC H1500 SAVANA VAN AWD

Cargo
Chevrolet G15/25 VAN CONV 2WD,
Chevrolet H1500 VAN CONV AWD,
GMC G15/25 SAVANA 2WD CONV,
GMC H1500 SAVANA AWD CONV

*Trucks over 8500 pounds gross vehicle weight rating are currently exempt from federal fuel economy requirements

Highest Fuel Economy Models by Vehicle Class for 2008 Model Year

Class Model City/Highway MPG

Two Seater Audi TT Roadster (2.0L engine,auto) 22/29
Minicompact Car Mini Cooper Convertible (manual) 23/32
Subcompact Car Toyota Yaris (manual) 29/36
Compact Car Honda Civic Hybrid 40/45
Midsize Car Toyota Prius (hybrid) 48/45
Large Car Honda Accord 4Dr Sedan (manual) 22/31
Small Station Wagon Honda Fit (manual) 28/34
Midsize Station Wagon Passat Wagon (manual) 21/29
Sport Utility Vehicle Ford Escape Hybrid FWD 34/30
Mazda Tribute Hybrid 2WD,
Mercury Mariner Hybrid FWD,
Minivan Dodge Caravan 2WD, 17/24
Chrysler Town & Country 2WD,
Pickup Truck Ford Ranger Pickup 2WD (manual), 21/26
Mazda B2300 2WD (manual)
Van (Cargo&Passenger)
Chevrolet G1500/2500 Van 2WD 15/20 (4.3L engine)
GMC G1500/2500 Savana 2WD Cargo (4.3L engine)




Source: [FuelEconomy.gov]

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  5. AMGForums.com said on April 14th, 2008 at 4:44 pm

    Im surprised to see the Audi S4 in the least efficient group.

  6. Uncle B said on February 14th, 2009 at 10:18 am

    Reality speaks louder than words here . . . OPEC by consistently raising oil prices by cutting production, to cushion and save their own asses, are forcing freight back to the rails, Closing GM and its Humburbans and Escalades, and promoting Yaris, VW and Smart cars. Given built in planned obsolescence and the current rising oil price threat from OPEC and the Saudis, our highways will be transport truck-free and “Big vehicle” -free in about four or five years! I look forward to my three wheeler, carbon fiber bodied, polymer composite re-enforced for lighter weight, bio-turbo H2 boosted diesel/electric plug-in super commuter car. I expect to travel at 140 kph (80 mph) and get 100 mpg for a mortgage busting, life-style enhancing, boost to my budget – no Hummburbans in sight, no transport trucks left on the roads, and all big cars reduced to rusting piles of hardened rubber and glass! I will no longer be enslaved and over-taxed by big oil, or big steel – Make way for an Eco-happy 21st century!

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