Why it's on the list: Fuel Economy
The Chevrolet Suburban 2500 kicks off our list. Surprisingly, it is one of two vehicles on the list to only have one category out of six that is potentially costly. Not only is fuel the most costly thing about this utility vehicle, it has one of the highest fuel costs of all the vehicles on the list. Although an exact cost has not been given, considering the way gas prices keep getting higher, it's no wonder this would take a small fortune to fill up. With a 39-gallon tank and EPA-estimated fuel economy of 12-mpg combined, this large utility vehicle just isn't worth it. You might as well get a 2013 model as it gets considerably better gas mileage, although it'll cost roughly $10,000 to $15,000 more depending on what model you choose.