50 Most Environmentally Friendly and Affordable Vehicles That Can Save You Cash at the Dealership and the Pump

Trucks

Like SUVs, trucks are designed to haul gear, but their storage compartments are open beds in the rear as opposed to being incorporated into the vehicle’s interior. They’re not known for being great on gas, but they’re powerful, off-road capable and designed with towing and payload capacity in mind.

Ford Ranger

  • EPA size class: Standard pickup trucks
  • MSRP: $24,410
  • Combined mpg: 23
  • Annual fuel cost: $1,350
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 14.3
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 387

Chevrolet Colorado

  • EPA size class: Small pickup trucks
  • MSRP: $21,300
  • Combined mpg: 22
  • Annual fuel cost: $1,400
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 15
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 406

GMC Canyon

  • EPA size class: Small pickup trucks
  • MSRP: $22,200
  • Combined mpg: 22
  • Annual fuel cost: $1,400
  • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 15
  • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 406

Ford F150 Pickup

    • EPA size class: Standard pickup trucks
    • MSRP: $28,745
    • Combined mpg: 22
    • Annual fuel cost: $1,400
    • Energy impact (annual petroleum consumption in barrels): 15
    • Greenhouse gas emissions (tailpipe CO2 in grams/mile): 402

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