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Model Fuel Consumption
Hummer H1 I 6.5 D V8 (170 Hp)
Hummer H1 I 6.5 D V8 (170 Hp)
1995-1998 Diesel Automatical 22,00 lt/100km
(13 MPG)
32,71 lt/100km
(9 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
22,00 lt/100km
(13 MPG)
32,71 lt/100km
(9 MPG)
Chevrolet Suburban 6.5 i V8 TD 4WD (180 Hp)
Chevrolet Suburban 6.5 i V8 TD 4WD (180 Hp)
1991-1999 Diesel Automatical 17,40 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
25,87 lt/100km
(11 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
17,40 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
25,87 lt/100km
(11 MPG)
Chevrolet Suburban 6.5 i V8 TD (180 Hp)
Chevrolet Suburban 6.5 i V8 TD (180 Hp)
1991-1999 Diesel Automatical 16,20 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
24,09 lt/100km
(12 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
16,20 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
24,09 lt/100km
(12 MPG)
Nissan Pick UP 2.5 TDi King Cab (104 Hp)
Nissan Pick UP 2.5 TDi King Cab (104 Hp)
1999-2007 Diesel Manual 13,10 lt/100km
(22 MPG)
17,22 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
13,10 lt/100km
(22 MPG)
17,22 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Volkswagen Touareg I 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
Volkswagen Touareg I 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
2002-2006 Diesel Automatical 12,60 lt/100km
(22 MPG)
19,95 lt/100km
(14 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,60 lt/100km
(22 MPG)
19,95 lt/100km
(14 MPG)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.8 TD GLX (125 Hp)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.8 TD GLX (125 Hp)
1994-2000 Diesel Manual 12,30 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,61 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,30 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,61 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.8 TD GLX (125 Hp)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.8 TD GLX (125 Hp)
1994-2000 Diesel Automatical 12,30 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,78 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,30 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,78 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.2 D 24V (128 Hp)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.2 D 24V (128 Hp)
2012-2023 Diesel Manual 12,20 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,80 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,20 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
17,80 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Opel Campo Half Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
Opel Campo Half Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
1992-2000 Diesel Manual 12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
Opel Campo Double Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
Opel Campo Double Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
1992-2001 Diesel Manual 12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
Opel Campo Single Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
Opel Campo Single Cab 3.1 TD (109 Hp)
1992-2001 Diesel Manual 12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
12,10 lt/100km
(23 MPG)
16,03 lt/100km
(18 MPG)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5 D-4D V8 (205 Hp)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5 D-4D V8 (205 Hp)
2012-2021 Diesel Manual 11,90 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,68 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,90 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,68 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5 V8 TD (205 Hp)
Toyota Land Cruiser 4.5 V8 TD (205 Hp)
2007-2021 Diesel Manual 11,90 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,85 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,90 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,85 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Mitsubishi Pajero IV 3.2 Di-DC (165 Hp)
Mitsubishi Pajero IV 3.2 Di-DC (165 Hp)
2008-2010 Diesel Automatical 11,70 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,40 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,70 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
17,40 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Mercedes-Benz G-class Long G 300 CDI (184 Hp)
Mercedes-Benz G-class Long G 300 CDI (184 Hp)
2012-2015 Diesel Automatical 11,70 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
16,59 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,70 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
16,59 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
Mercedes-Benz GL GL 420 CDI (306 Hp)
Mercedes-Benz GL GL 420 CDI (306 Hp)
2006-2009 Diesel Automatical 11,60 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
18,37 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,60 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
18,37 lt/100km
(15 MPG)
Mercedes-Benz GL GL 450 CDI (306 Hp)
Mercedes-Benz GL GL 450 CDI (306 Hp)
2009-2010 Diesel Automatical 11,60 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
18,02 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,60 lt/100km
(24 MPG)
18,02 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Volkswagen Phaeton 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
Volkswagen Phaeton 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
2003-2006 Diesel Automatical 11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
18,05 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
18,05 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Volkswagen Phaeton Long 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
Volkswagen Phaeton Long 5.0 V10 TDI (313 Hp)
2005-2006 Diesel Automatical 11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
18,05 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
18,05 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.5 TD GL (99 Hp)
Mitsubishi Pajero II 2.5 TD GL (99 Hp)
1991-1999 Diesel Manual 11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
14,84 lt/100km
(19 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
14,84 lt/100km
(19 MPG)
Land Rover Range Rover II 2.5 D (136 Hp)
Land Rover Range Rover II 2.5 D (136 Hp)
1994-2001 Diesel Automatical 11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
16,48 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,40 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
16,48 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
Audi Q7  6.0 V12 TDI (500 Hp)
Audi Q7 6.0 V12 TDI (500 Hp)
2009-2014 Diesel Automatical 11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
17,55 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
17,55 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Audi Q7 6.0 V12 TDI (500 Hp)
Audi Q7 6.0 V12 TDI (500 Hp)
2009-2009 Diesel Automatical 11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
17,55 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
17,55 lt/100km
(16 MPG)
Land Rover Range Rover III 2.9 TD 24V (177 Hp)
Land Rover Range Rover III 2.9 TD 24V (177 Hp)
2001-2005 Diesel Automatical 11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
16,34 lt/100km
(17 MPG)
 Fuel Consumption
11,30 lt/100km
(25 MPG)
16,34 lt/100km
(17 MPG)

The list of high consumption cars sorts all new models according to the highest consumption of fuel. We can call them worst mpg cars either. But first we should know that, what makes a car consume more fuel than others.

Starting with engine size and power, high performance of a vehicle is related to high fuel consumption. To produce more power, engine needs more intake of air and fuel. In the list it is easy to find out sports cars consume the most. Secondly, the weight of the vehicle has a big effect on consuming a lot of fuel. Heavy SUV’s with petrol engines are just monsters, made for consuming high amount of fuel.

Why people prefer high consumption cars then? There is only one good explanation for that question and it is the performance. No one wants a family car that has low mileage. “A car with low mileage” doesn’t always mean that it has high performance. Sometimes cars that haven’t been maintained for a long time consumes more fuel than it should. That does not end up with giving extra performance, it only causes high CO2 emissions. 

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