Posted October 13, 2018 11:19:30A great deal of the world’s best cars and SUVs come from the United States.
These cars come from a handful of U.S. manufacturers, like Ford and Chrysler, which are known for producing cars that can go 100 miles per gallon.
But a new report from Car Info magazine says that, despite their impressive gas mileage ratings, these vehicles aren’t necessarily as good as they claim to be.
The magazine says the average fuel economy of the U.K. and Canada’s big two automakers, Ford and Mercedes, is between 15 and 25 miles per litre, which is roughly the same as a Chevy Suburban.
But that doesn’t mean they’re actually as fuel efficient as advertised.
The article says Ford and Ford Focus SUVs get better fuel economy ratings than a Hummer H3 that goes the same distance, but a Mercedes-Benz S550 gets better fuel efficiency ratings than the same model of SUV that gets the same mileage rating as the Focus.
The car that comes out on top, the Mercedes-AMG GT, which gets better mileage ratings than both the Hummer and the S550, is a hybrid vehicle.
The car that gets a score of 100 out of 100 is the only one in the class that uses a hybrid system.
That’s not to say the best gas-guzzling car in the United Kingdom is the best one, but it does make it seem like Ford is making some serious claims.
The magazine says it has tested the car and found that its fuel economy rating is actually better than the Hummers and the Focus, but not as good a result as advertised, or as great as the EPA’s “Top Pick” ratings.
The problem with the magazine’s tests is that the tests are done on standard vehicles that have been inspected, and the vehicles tested aren’t perfect.
But the magazine did find that some vehicles in the test are more fuel efficient than others.
The worst-performing car in our test is the Toyota Camry, which scores a dismal 0.6 miles per gallons, or less than a tenth of a gallon.
The Hummer, on the other hand, scores a whopping 2.2 miles per.
The Mercedes-Amg GT, the only vehicle in the article to get the Top Pick rating, scored a whopping 8.5 miles per, or about 12.5 gallons.