Where Can You Search Fuel Mileage of Types of Trucks?


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As of 2016, the U.S. Department of Energy's website FuelEconomy.gov provides fuel economy figures for pickup trucks. The site allows searches by make, model, size class and vehicle type.

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FuelEconomy.gov's database contains city, highway and combined figures for vehicle miles per gallon. Select a year between 1984 and 2017, and then select the make, size or type. Categories also show the best and worst cars and trucks. The site also allows personalization of the data based on miles driven per year, percentage of city miles driven, the average price of gas and other factors. A comparison function allows side-by-side analysis of similar vehicles.

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