Top 10 cars from Germany with the highest fuel consumption

Love German vehicles? Then you need to know that these 10 cars are the least economical in the history of German car manufacturing. These vehicles use the most fuel, and they can’t be called economical or eco-friendly. We have compiled a rating to warn buyers who might be considering one of them.

Alpina B6 4.4i V8 32V S 2007

12 mpg
18.9 L/100
4.8 sec
to 100 km/h
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Mercedes-Benz G-class AMG G 63 2015

13 mpg
18.8 L/100
5.8 sec
to 100 km/h
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Alpina B3 3.3 i 24V B3S 2003

13 mpg
18.2 L/100
6.6 sec
to 100 km/h
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Mercedes-Benz 500 500 E 1991

13 mpg
18 L/100
5.7 sec
to 100 km/h
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Mercedes-Benz CL CL 600 V12 1996

14 mpg
16.9 L/100
6.6 sec
to 100 km/h
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Volkswagen Touareg 6.0 W12 48V Sport 2010

14 mpg
16.4 L/100
5.5 sec
to 100 km/h
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Maybach 57 S 6.0 V12 2005

15 mpg
15.8 L/100
4.9 sec
to 100 km/h
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Maybach 62 S 6.0 V12 2006

15 mpg
15.8 L/100
5.1 sec
to 100 km/h
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Maybach Landaulet 6.0 V12 2008

15 mpg
15.8 L/100
5.1 sec
to 100 km/h
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Porsche Cayenne S 4.5 V8 2002

15 mpg
15.8 L/100
6.8 sec
to 100 km/h
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