Cash for Clunkers: Eligible New Trucks and SUVs by Make and Model

Looking to trade in your clunker? Here's the list of vehicles whose combined gas mileage makes them eligible to buy using the Cash for Clunkers program. If you're buying something off this list, the new vehicle you buy must have a combined mpg rating that's at least 2 mpg higher than your trade-in's. If it's at least 2 mpg but less than 5 mpg higher, you'll get a $3,500 credit. If the new vehicle's combined fuel economy bests your clunker's by 5 mpg or more, the credit is $4,500. These lists are based on federal rules and are not official lists. We'll update if and when we get more information from the Department of Transportation. Find out more in our Cash for Clunkers guide.

This list includes vehicles that qualify under Cash for Clunkers' "Category 2" designation, but does not include "Category 3" work trucks. For more information on those vehicles, visit Cars.gov.

Eligible Trucks and SUVs Alphabetically by Make and Model
Specific trims aren't listed; some versions of models on this list may not be eligible for the program based on lower gas mileage or higher price, but every model listed here has at least one version that qualifies. Check with your dealer on eligibility rules. Click the vehicle name to search for new cars in your area.
Make/ModelStarting MSRP*Combined Gas Mileage
Acura RDX$33,89519
Audi Q5$37,20020
BMW X3$39,70020
Buick Enclave$35,16519
Cadillac SRX$40,46018
Chevrolet Colorado$16,70520
Chevrolet Equinox** $22,44026
Chevrolet HHR $18,72026
Chevrolet Silverado Hybrid$38,02021
Chevrolet Traverse$29,21519
Chrysler PT Cruiser $18,00023
Chrysler Town & Country$26,34020
Dodge Dakota$22,56018
Dodge Grand Caravan$22,72520
Dodge Journey$20,92521
Dodge Nitro$22,24018
Ford Edge$26,63519
Ford Escape $20,43524
Ford Escape Hybrid $29,64532
Ford Flex$28,55019
Ford Ranger $16,39523
Ford Taurus X$28,27019
Ford Transit Connect $20,78023
GMC Acadia$31,74019
GMC Canyon$16,70520
GMC Sierra Hybrid$38,39021
GMC Terrain $24,25026
Honda CR-V $21,24523
Honda Element $20,27522
Honda Odyssey$26,35520
Honda Pilot$27,69519
Hyundai Entourage$23,99518
Hyundai Santa Fe$21,69520
Hyundai Tucson $18,07022
Hyundai Veracruz$27,14518
Infiniti FX35$42,15019
Jeep Compass $18,46525
Jeep Grand Cherokee$30,45018
Jeep Liberty$23,01518
Jeep Patriot $17,54025
Kia Borrego$26,24518
Kia Sedona$21,24518
Kia Sorento$21,54518
Kia Sportage $16,69522
Lexus RX 350$36,80021
Lexus RX 450h$41,66030
Lincoln MKT$44,20019
Lincoln MKX$37,84519
Mazda5$17,99524
Mazda B2300 $16,06023
Mazda CX-7$23,90021
Mazda CX-9$29,82018
Mazda Tribute $19,73024
Mazda Tribute Hybrid $29,17532
Mercedes-Benz GLK350$33,90018
Mercedes-Benz ML350$44,60018
Mercury Mariner $22,65023
Mercury Mariner Hybrid $30,09032
Mitsubishi Endeavor$27,99918
Mitsubishi Outlander $20,58022
Mitsubishi Raider$21,13518
Nissan Frontier$17,46021
Nissan Murano$26,87020
Nissan Quest$25,95019
Nissan Rogue $20,22024
Nissan Xterra$22,31018
Pontiac Torrent$24,82020
Saturn Outlook$30,62519
Saturn Vue $23,05022
Saturn Vue Hybrid $27,93028
Subaru Forester $20,29522
Subaru Tribeca$29,99518
Subaru Outback $22,29522
Suzuki Equator$17,22021
Suzuki Grand Vitara $18,79922
Suzuki XL7$25,74519
Toyota 4Runner$28,64018
Toyota FJ Cruiser$23,32018
Toyota Highlander$27,60020
Toyota Highlander Hybrid $34,70026
Toyota RAV4 $21,50024
Toyota Sienna$24,54019
Toyota Tacoma $15,17022
Toyota Venza $25,97522
Volkswagen Routan$25,20020
Volkswagen Tiguan$23,20021
Volkswagen Touareg2$39,30020
Volvo XC60$32,39518
Volvo XC70$37,25018

*Prices are as of July 7, 2009 and represent the most recent model year data available. Prices do not include destination charges. Actual prices will vary.

**Only the 2010 model is eligible.

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