While saving fuel and going green may be the politically correct things to do at the moment, it sure isn’t a lot of fun.
The ever rising price of gasoline coupled with fears of global warming has taken dozens of classic gas guzzlers off the road and is replacing them with eco-friendly options.
Thankfully, not every company has taken the hint and there are still some cars out there that need tons of gasoline to get the performance that is desired.
And if cars could have feelings, hybrids would probably be sick over the sheer amount of gasoline consumed by these high-powered rides. It definitely costs a small fortune just to keep their tanks brimmed.
We consulted the EPA’s 2012 Fuel Economy Guide to find 12 cars that still get under 14 miles per gallon. And it’s a varied list.
1. Unsurprisingly, the Bugatti Veyron has a combined rating of 10 MPG, making it the most inefficient car you can buy today.
4. Lexus' first supercar, the $375,000 LF-A, only returns 12 MPG. The owners can probably afford it though.
5. The Chevy Suburban has been around forever, and it seems the fuel mileage, 12 MPG, has stayed the same since the dawn of time.
10. The Ferrari FF is the first all-wheel drive model in the company's history. It is also the least economical car they currently make.
12. The Mercedes G-Wagen has been around since the 1970s. But fuel economy has been tough to come by. Even the most recent version gets just 13 MPG on the roads.
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