Which 2021 vehicles burn the most fuel?

But why couldn’t they manufacture more economical engines? These 10 cars are still being produced in 2021, and they are odd in terms of consumption. Let’s say they burn more fuel than any other new car on the market. That makes them a really bad buy unless you want to be an daily customer at your local petrol station!

Bugatti Chiron 8.0 W16 2016

10 mpg
22.5 L/100
7993 cc
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Bugatti Divo 8.0 W16 2018

10 mpg
22.5 L/100
7993 cc
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Lamborghini Aventador 6.5 V12 2019

12 mpg
19.6 L/100
6498 cc
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Toyota Sequoia 5.7 V8 2017

14 mpg
16.8 L/100
5663 cc
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Toyota Land Cruiser 5.7 V8 2017

14 mpg
16.8 L/100
5663 cc
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Ford GT 3.5 V6 2017

14 mpg
16.8 L/100
3497 cc
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Lexus LX 570 V8 2017

15 mpg
15.9 L/100
5663 cc
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Nissan Titan 5.6 V8 2016

15 mpg
15.7 L/100
5552 cc
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Dodge Durango SRT 6.4 V8 2018

15 mpg
15.7 L/100
6424 cc
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