Which car has Worst Fuel Economy ?
All the time, we keep looking for the best. As we all know, we don’t purchase a car with just the purpose of adding it to our collection. We use it as a daily driver, on long drives, or when we are visiting someone with our family. So it is obvious that we wouldn’t take a gas-churning car for such a trip. That’s why we always look for the car within our budget having a good fuel economy.
But just like the powder remains after filtering tea, only the bad/ poor economy cars remain when all such cars are chosen. While some have the outright worst fuel economy in their category. Today we will see 10 such cars that have the worst fuel economy in the world:-
|Low Mileage Cars
|Fuel Economy (Miles Per Gallon)
|Bentley Continental Convertible and Continental GT
|Rolls Royce Ghost and Phantom (Both Standard and EWB models)
|Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
|Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD
|2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 4WD
|2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG G63
|GMC Savana 2500 and Chevrolet Express 2500 (2WD Conversion Cargo Model)
|Lamborghini Aventador Coupe and Roadster
|Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport
1. Bentley Continental Convertible and Continental GT
Starting the list off with a Bentley model with a lot of heritage. The Continental GT with the 6.0-litre W-12 engine gives both the coupe and convertible versions a combined fuel economy of only 15 miles per gallon. The Convertible gets highway mileage of 19 mpg, one mile less as compared to the coupe version.
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2. Rolls Royce Ghost and Phantom (Both Standard and EWB models)
The Rolls Royce brand stands for luxury and is a symbol of being a wealthy person. What it certainly doesn’t represent is being fuel-efficient. Both Ghost and Phantom (Considering EWB models too) get a V12 engine that speaks maximum performance. Unfortunately, it only gives the cars a combined fuel economy of 14 miles per gallon. Owning a Rolls-Royce isn’t easy, is it?
3. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500
2020 Ford Shelby GT500 Mustang marked the return of the legend on the track. It can go from 0-60 mph in 3.4 seconds with its 760 HP and 625 lb-ft of torque. Sadly, this hampers the fuel economy. You will only get 14 miles per gallon and that carbon fibre track package and painted racing stripes won’t make a difference. So remember, this Cobra will bite your wallet hard.
4. Toyota Land Cruiser 4WD
Toyota’s legendary off-roader is also on this list. It achieves a combined fuel economy of just 14 miles per gallon. This is due to its V8 engine generating 381 HP and 401 lb-ft of torque plus its bulkiness. Being an icon does not mean that you shouldn’t be economic, or at least people at Toyota thought so. With Toyota promising reduced fuel consumption and emissions, we hope the 2022 model proves to be better.
5. 2020 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 4WD
Another SUV on the list, the Jeep Trackhawk gets power from the supercharged Hellcat V8 under the hood. It generates a whopping 707 Horsepower. It can be seen that the Trackhawk is built for insane levels of performance. But this makes it give a very poor fuel economy of just 13 miles to the gallon. Just remember this next time you take the SUV out for having some fun.
6. 2021 Mercedes-Benz AMG G63
The original G-Class from the 80s was intended more towards Military use. However, the modern iterations are more street-oriented performance with extreme off-road capabilities. The AMG version comes with a twin-turbo V8 engine that generates 577 HP and 627 lb-ft of torque. This beast can do 0-60 mph in just 3.9 seconds. Because of this high performance it gives a very poor fuel economy of only 13 miles per gallon.
7. Ferrari GTC4Lusso
Just like its predecessor Ferrari FF, the GTC4Lusso also suffers from a bad fuel economy. Its 6.3-litre twin-turbo V8 engine generates 681 HP and 697 Nm of Torque. It can accelerate from 0-60 kmph in 3.4 seconds. All this gives it a poor combined economy of 13 miles per gallon. Thankfully, its production has ended last year but those who own it must be still experiencing this.
8. GMC Savana 2500 and Chevrolet Express 2500 (2WD Conversion Cargo Model)
These mechanically identical vehicles are workhorses. Both are offered as passenger vans and as utility vehicles for hauling cargo. They are pretty well at their task, but at the expense of fuel economy. These vans offer just 12 miles per gallon of combined mileage.
9. Lamborghini Aventador Coupe and Roadster
Being in production since 2012; the Aventador is Lamborghini’s flagship car that every kid nowadays sees when someone mentions Lamborghini. With several special editions produced to date, the base coupe and roadster editions are the ones that give the lowest fuel economy. It offers a mere 10 miles per gallons mileage. But what you get for that is a beast with 730 HP and 509 lb-ft of torque, which is remarkable in itself.
10. Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport
When you own a Bugatti, you enter into the elite people’s league. The ones with massive loads of money in their bank account with some spare money to show off. Buying a limited-edition model gives you more exclusivity. The 60 unit limited Pur Sport is Bugatti’s handling-focused model lighter than standard Chiron by 50 kg. Its 8.0-litre, 16-cylinder, quad-turbo W16 engine generates 1479 HP. This high level of performance gives a very poor fuel economy of 10 miles per gallon. It s similar to the Aventador but the Lamborghini model gives 2 mpg better on the highway. This proves a high value is to be paid for being an elite.
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