As one of the few pickups that still offers a four-cylinder engine, the 2011 Suzuki Equator earns better fuel economy ratings than almost any other truck on the market.
The base 4x2 Equator comes with a four-cylinder engine and a manual transmission. This is the most efficient version, and it's rated by the EPA at 19/23 mpg. Adding an automatic transmission to the mix lowers fuel economy to 17/22 mpg.
Moving up to the V-6 4x2 Suzuki pickup cuts gas mileage even more. Teamed only with an automatic transmission, the V-6 engine in this edition has fuel economy of 15/20 mpg.
Finally, the six-cylinder, automatic Equator with four-wheel drive rings up a lineup-low 14/19 mpg.