When buying a truck one of the most important things to consider is the fuel-efficiency of the vehicle. The fuel capacity shouldn’t be missed as it is as essential as the payload and towing of the truck. The mileage figures range varies as per the different engines that every pickup has. It is usual that the heavy duty trucks don’t get full review from the EPA and we won’t be able to present these numbers on our list. We have selected the most fuel effective and also the worst 17 trucks on the North American market.

1. GMC Canyon (22/30)

The GMC Canyon offers excellent EPA ratings 22/30. To get great fuel economy ratings of up to 25 mpg, choose the rear-wheel drive version of the Canyon that’s equipped with the Duramax 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine. It is one of the cheapest trucks on the market but when you add the Duramax diesel the price is changing significantly to $36,550 as all the possible variations of the engine are not available.