When it comes to fuel efficiency, the Ford F-150 is the winner of a new poll of the nation’s most fuel efficient vehicles.
The Chevy Silverado pickup, Nissan Frontier, and Toyota Tacoma all rounded out the top 10.
The F-100 pickup beat out the Toyota Camry, Nissan Rogue, and Chevrolet Equinox.
The poll, conducted by FuelEconomy.com and CAR magazine, found that the average fuel economy of the top-five vehicles (including the F-X and F-R models) was 15.1 mpg, while the average vehicle’s EPA rating was 27 mpg.
That means that the F100 is a fuel-saving juggernaut.
The Camry was the top performer with a fuel economy rating of 29 mpg and the Rogue and Equinux came in at 29 and 24 mpg respectively.
But the Chevy Silveradusters were the most efficient in the nation with an average fuel efficiency rating of 25 mpg (which is still pretty good).
That makes sense considering the Chevy was built to last and that it is more than twice as fuel efficient as the F150.
It also helps that the Chevy is only slightly less than three times as fuel-guzzling than the F1.
The Ford F150 was the best overall in the poll with a 29 mpp rating.
But the Ford also had the biggest fuel savings among the top five vehicles, with an EPA rating of 24 mpp.
This means that it’s still the best car on the road for a good price.
The only other car to beat it in this category was the Toyota Tacoma, which scored 25 mpp EPA rating and scored the lowest average fuel consumption of the vehicles in the survey.
The Toyota Tacoma is still the only vehicle that’s less fuel-intensive than the Ford, but it is the only one to score above the average.
The Silverado, Rogue, Frontier, Equinix, and Camry all came in lower.
The Chevy Silveradyss Chevy pickup scored the best average fuel savings of the 10 vehicles surveyed with an 8.5 mpp average EPA rating.
This is good news for Chevy fans because the Silverado is not only the cheapest car in the market but also the most economical.
The Rogue is the worst in this department with an overall rating of 10.9 mpp and an average EPA of 18 mpg while the Camry comes in at 10.7 mpp, 19 mpg average, and the Equinx at 10 mpp 19 mpp for an overall EPA rating that’s 11.9.
The Nissan Frontier came in second with an 11.6 mpp rate.
The Ford F100 came in third with an 12.4 mpp overall EPA score and an EPA score of 19 mpm.
The Toyota Tacoma scored the highest overall EPA average of 10 mpm with an 18 mpm EPA rating for a total score of 20.1.
As you can see from the chart above, the Chevy has the best fuel efficiency in the country.
The best-selling F-Series pickup, the Toyota Corolla, came in last in the fuel efficiency category.
That’s disappointing news for Toyota fans, since it’s the most popular vehicle in the U.S. Toyota also released a new version of its popular Corolla vehicle in April.