These hybrids are useless – the 10 cars with highest consumption

Why on earth did manufacturers make these cars hybrid if they burn as much fuel as a small train? We at Fuelson believe that this type of car should be almost as economical as a bicycle. Want to know more about these hybrid consumption monsters? Keep scrolling down the page!

Lexus LS 600h L V8 2012

20 mpg
11.8 L/100
2320 kg
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Acura NSX 3.5 V6 2016

21 mpg
11.2 L/100
1725 kg
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Honda NSX 3.5 i-VTEC Bi-Turbo V6 2016

24 mpg
10 L/100
1847-1861 kg
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Toyota Highlander 3.5 V6 2007

26 mpg
9 L/100
2045 kg
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Acura MDX 3.0 V6 2017

27 mpg
8.7 L/100
2028-2034 kg
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Infiniti QX60 2.5 2016

28 mpg
8.5 L/100
2105 kg
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Nissan Murano 2.5 2016

28 mpg
8.4 L/100
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McLaren P1 P1 V8 2013

28 mpg
8.3 L/100
1395 kg
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Porsche Cayenne S 3.0 V6 2010

29 mpg
8.2 L/100
2240 kg
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