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1996 Buick Skylark Delete vehicle

1996 Buick Skylark

2.4 L, 4 cyl, Auto 4-spd, Regular Gasoline

EPA Fuel Economy

Combined: 23 mpg

City: 19 mpg

Highway: 29 mpg

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Annual Fuel Cost*: $2,500

Cost to Drive 25 Miles: $4.13

Tank Size: Not available

Cost to Fill the Tank: Not available

Miles on a Tank: Not available

*Based on 45% highway, 55% city driving, 15,000 annual miles and current fuel prices. Personalize

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12.9 barrels per year

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Tailpipe CO2

386 grams per mile

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2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost Delete vehicle

2022 Rolls-Royce Ghost

6.7 L, 12 cyl, Auto (S8), Premium Gasoline

MSRP: $339,000

EPA Fuel Economy

Combined: 14 mpg

City: 12 mpg

Highway: 19 mpg

Range: 305 miles

Annual Fuel Cost*: $4,950

Cost to Drive 25 Miles: $8.29

Tank Size: 21.8 gallons

Cost to Fill the Tank: $101

Miles on a Tank: 305 miles

*Based on 45% highway, 55% city driving, 15,000 annual miles and current fuel prices. Personalize

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21.3 barrels per year

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Tailpipe CO2

624 grams per mile

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2018 Tesla Model X 100D Delete vehicle

2018 Tesla Model X 100D

Auto (A1), Electricity

MSRP: $96,000

EPA Fuel Economy

Combined: 87 mpge* ( 39 kWh/100 miles)

City: 86 mpge*

Highway: 89 mpge*

* 1 gallon of gas equivalent=33.7 kWh

All-Electric Range: 295 miles

Average: 89.2 mpg

Range: 89  to  89 mpg

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Annual Fuel Cost*: $800

Cost to Drive 25 Miles: $1.35

Tank Size: Not available

Cost to Fill the Tank: Not available

Miles on a Tank: Not available

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Where can I charge my electric car?

0.1 barrels per year

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Tailpipe CO2

0 grams per mile

Tailpipe and Upstream

Information about emissions from electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is available on fueleconomy.gov (main website).

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