It needs to pay more attention to fuel consumption of a car. As the Gas prices are reaching to the sky. A gallon of regular averaged $2.93 a gallon Tuesday, up from $2.76 a month ago and $2.36 a year ago, according to AAA daily survey. The prospect of $3 gas looms.
While automakers have worked to improve the gas mileage of their vehicles as they cope with tougher government standards, there will always be vehicles that lag behind others in their class.
Despite the improvements, some still have terrible gas-mileage ratings from the Environmental Protection Agency, which lists them all in an annual report.
Generally, the worst include some of the most expensive vehicles, often super luxury performance cars which are typically bought by people who aren’t sensitive to gas prices.
The worst reviews include the Mercedes Benz G550, a military-style SUV at home in the richest neighborhoods that is nicknamed the G-Wagon. Mercedes-Benz GLC63 4Matic get 18 mpg. Dodge Journey with the 3.6-liter V-6 engine, Volkswagen Atlas, Hyundai Santa Fe Ultimate and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited all get 19 mpg.
There’s also one of the most expensive cars on the market, the multi-million-dollar Bugatti Chiron. Both are rated at 11 miles per gallon in combined city and highway driving. Bugatti Chiron, with its 16-cylinder engine, gets 9 miles per gallon in the city and 14 mpg on the highway. Average: 11 mpg.