Top 5 Recent and Inefficient Vehicles in North America

Top 5 Recent and Inefficient Vehicles in North America

Top 5 Recent and Inefficient Vehicles in North America

  1. Hummer H1, 10 MPG

A lot of people have criticized Hummer for their infamous H2, but when in comparison with the H1, it is actually quite efficient. The H1 Hummer is a military-grade vehicle that is rather unnecessary in urban landscapes, but is still widely popular. On the contrary, it only gets 9 MPG in the city and 12 MPG on the highway.

  1. Dodge Ram SRT-10 Quad Cab, 10 MPG

The Dodge Ram SRT-10 is an extremely popular car because of its roaring power from the 500 Horsepower, 8.3L Viper engine. The car’s fuel economy is comparable to the Hummer H1, which really is not a good thing. Consequentially, this car features 9 MPG in the city and 12 MPG on the highway.

  1. Bugatti Veyron, 10 MPG

With over a whopping 1000 Horsepower, the Bugatti Veyron is hardly fuel-efficient. On the other hand, though it is not contributing to a better environment, not many people can actually afford to drive one of these monsters. The car only gets 7 MPG in the city and 15 MPG on the highway.

  1. Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, 13 MPG

These boxy, yet powerful SUV’s prove to be ever so popular. Unfortunately, society glamourizes expensive cars and this glamour leads to a nonchalant concern for the environment. In reality, the G55 AMG for example is extremely appealing, but is one of the most inefficient vehicles in the market today. It operates at 12 MPG in the city and 15 MPG on the highway, making it a car for concern.

  1. Bentley Mulsanne, 13 MPG

The Bentley Mulsanne is as elegant, as it is inefficient. The car is beautiful in many respects, but unfortunately the V8 twin-turbo engine requires a rather wasteful amount of fuel. On the contrary, for those that can actually afford this car, this may not really affect their purchase. The car operates at 11 MPG in the city and 18 MPG on the highway.