I was. My wife's 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee gets 11 MPG tops....
Why didn't you stop to think when you bought the vehicle that 11 MPG wasn't very good, and that you would be wasting a lot of money on gas for no reason?
This program is not "unfair" to you, it is unfair to all of the people who drive old junkers that get halfway decent gas mileage. You chose for some mysterious reason to purchase a gas guzzling vehicle for daily driving when you didn't need one, why should you be rewarded for that?
My '97 escort wagon gets around 23 mpg city and it is falling apart. Brakes going, shocks shot, tailpipe broken halfway under car. And I'm not about to pay to fix that tailpipe that spews pollution because the transmission is going as well! I'd gladly buy a new car (probably 30+mpg city) right now if I could get that cash for my junker.
But instead all of the people who bought unreasonably large vehicles are being rewarded because they are too ignorant and stupid to not only take care of themselves but also the environment in which they live.
They are relatively good but absolutely terrible. -- Alan Kay, commenting on Apollos