#3: 2013 GMC Sierra 1500
The first gas-guzzler on our list is the Sierra 1500. This car only gets 15mpg in the city and 20mpg on the highway. Some of the features of the truck include a touchscreen navigation system, a premium surround sound audio system, a rear-seat entertainment system, a heated steering wheel, and few more special features to help make up for the harsh gas mileage. If you’re still interested in purchasing this car, the price ranges from $23,000 to $50,000.
#2: 2013 Ram 1500
The next truck we have is a Ram 1500. This Ram gets 14mpg in the city and 20mpg on the highway. It was also rated an overall 4 stars in the NHTSA crash tests. This pickup also includes a new Uconnect Access option for Wi-Fi and 911 emergency services. Updates include active grille shutters, new air suspension, SmartBeam headlights, and sensing wipers. Pricing ranges from $23,00 to $48,000.
#1: 2012 Nissan Titan
The biggest gas-guzzler of all pickups is the 2012 Nissan Titan. The truck gets very poor gas mileage, 13mpg in the city and 18mpg on the highway, ensuring to clear out your wallet at the gas tank. Although it received a four star rating in the NHTSA crash tests, this does not make up for such a low mpg. The cost of the truck starts at $28,520.