2011 Toyota Sequoia Fuel Economy

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The 2011 Toyota Sequoia is a huge, body-on-frame truck, and its burly V-8 engines are hardly fuel-efficient.

The Sequoia's fuel economy ratings, of as little as 12 mpg in the city and 17 highway, land this big SUV a spot right up among the top CO2 emitters among all light vehicles—and one of the least-green models on the market.

At best, the Sequoia gets 14 in the city, and 20 on the highway. If you're environmentally motivated, you could do a lot better—for instance, with a vehicle like GM's full-size hybrid SUVs, the Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid and GMC Sierra Hybrid, or with the Mercedes-Benz GL350 Bluetec diesel.

Toyota might have a very green reputation with its Prius, but its Sequoia SUV is one of the thirstiest gas guzzlers for 2011.

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