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 |  Apr 03 2012, 6:01 PM

2. Ford F-250 Lariat: $145.25

The F-150′s big brother takes the number two spot on our list, but has quite a few interesting differences. For starters, the price to fill up increases as the F-250 takes costlier diesel fuel. Second, it has a smaller tank than the smaller F-150, but thanks to the thrift nature of diesel engines, it has the longest driving range of all the pick-ups on this list. With a range of 805 miles, it could be quite a while before you’ll have to dump $145 worth of diesel gas in the tank.

  • noe

    There is only two decent vehicles on the list

    The rest are useless lardowagons

  • jeffrey

    My 2011 Mitsubishi Triton extra cab cost $110.72
    it is rated at 22 MPG and has a 79 Lt. tank (31 gallom)
    Here in Thailand fuel is now $5.30 a gallon and going up 3cents tomorrow
    Cost to fill is nearly 1/3 of the average workers take home pay
    Luckly it also uses NGV (Natural gas) that cost only 1/4 the cost of Gas and gets 15% better MPG on NGV

  • autoguide

    I am so glad I don’t have these cars today.. $1.40 a litre up here!

  • tech_ed

    This is a very stupid comparison….By your estimations, *ANY* vehicle with a large gas tank would cost more to fill up! If I put a 50 gallon barrel in the back of a Prius, then *IT* would cost more than any of these cars to fill up! Just because a car costs less to fill up doesn’t make it any worse of a vehicle to run! Heck, most cross country semi’s have gas tanks in the hundreds of gallons…so they are *VERY* expensive to fill up…but people need this to move their product…so again…stupid comparison!

  • Thomasbbuckey3

    Why not include a tanker trailer… This list is a ‘What has the biggest tank’
    Why not the MPG king instead.

  • Grim Reaper

    Well I am driving a Mitsubishi Triton 2.5 litre (diesel) VGT engine. Driving around urban areas gives me around 11.5 litres per 100-km whereas on highways/cruising it gives me around 9 to 9.5 litres per 100-km. Which I think it’s pretty good considering the size and weight of the vehicle.