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Hybrid Trucks

2007
Chevy Silverado Classic 15 Hybrid
2007
GMC Sierra
Classic 15 Hybrid
Side-by-Side
2007 Chevy Silverado Hybrid
2007 GMC Sierra Hybrid
 
EPA Fuel Economy
Fuel Type
Regular Gasoline
Regular Gasoline
Drive
2WD
4WD
2WD
4WD
MPG (city)
18
17
18
17
MPG (hwy)
21
19
21
19
MPG (comb)
19
18
19
18
 
Fuel Economics
Cost to Drive25 Miles
$4.24
$4.47
$4.24
$4.47
Fuel to Drive 25 Miles
1.32 gal
1.39 gal
1.32 gal
1.39 gal
Cost of a Fill-up
$75.35-$98.53 
$75.35-$98.53 
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Miles on a Tank
445-581 miles
421-551 miles
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Tank Size
26.0-34.0 gal
26.0-34.0 gal
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Annual Fuel cost*
$2541
$2685
$2541
$2685
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Annual
Greenhouse
Gas Emissions
*  
 Worst
Best 
Graph showing tons of greenhouse gases.
14.9
2.9

 Worst
Best 
Graph showing tons of greenhouse gases.
14.9
2.9

9.6 tons
10.3 tons
9.6 tons
10.3 tons
 
Safety
Not Available
Not Available 
EPA Size Class
Standard Pickup Trucks
Standard Pickup Trucks
Transmission
Automatic (4 speed)
Automatic (4 speed)
Engine Size (liters)
5.3
5.3
Cylinders
8
8
Gas Guzzler
no
no
Turbocharger
no
no
Supercharger
no
no

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* Based on 45% highway driving, 55% city driving, 15000 annual miles and the following fuel prices: Regular Gasoline: $3.22 per gallon

Greenhouse gas emissions expressed in CO2 equivalents. Estimates include the full fuel cycle and exclude vehicle manufacture. (U.S. Department of Energy, GREET Model, Argonne National Laboratory)

Color vehicle photographs have been provided by the vehicle manufacturers or their representative and are used with their permission.

For additional fuel economy information on these vehicles, please visit the Find and Compare Cars Section.

 


 

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