Average Fuel Mileage For Semi Trucks​

Which Semi Truck Gets The Best Fuel Mileage

Semi-trucks get an average of 6.5 miles/gallon. This number depends on the make, model, and the conditions of driving the semi (incline, load weight, etc…). On a full tank of diesel fuel, semi-trucks typically travel around 2,000 miles (referenced for a tank of 300 gallons). Semi-trucks on average drive 54,000 miles a year. Due to the large mileage that trucks need to drive due to the nature of their work, it is important to consider what trucks have the best MPG.

Currently, these are our top semi-trucks that get the best fuel mileage: 

Semi-Truck Mileage
Freightliner Evolution I 10.67 MPG
International ProStar ES9 MPG
Kenworth T680 Advantage 9 MPG
Peterbilt 579 Epiq9 MPG 
Mack Pinnacle7.6 MPG
Volvo VNL 6705.2 MPG
Freightliner Columbia 5 MPG
Volvo 780 Ishift 5 MPG
Kenworth T600B4 MPG

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