Nissan Models with The Best Gas Mileage
Which Nissan Is The Most Fuel Efficient?
The recent rise in the cost of filling up your gas tank has had a major impact on Orlando driver's budgets. Owning a more fuel-efficient vehicle would help stretch your fuel buying dollar but also benefits the environment in which we live. If you're considering purchasing a new 2022 Nissan, you are probably placing a higher priority on fuel economy than your last vehicle, but you don't want to sacrifice performance, style or comfort. You'll be pleased to discover that technological advancements have come a long way in combining fuel efficiency with high-performance and superior passenger and cargo capacity - all with an attractive design that makes driving exciting. Nissan 112 is proud to present the new 2022 lineup of Nissan models along with their estimated EPA fuel economy ratings - first listing the combined miles per gallon, then the individual highway and city fuel economy. These numbers are estimates that are affected by many external factors, but are a good indicator of what you can expect from your new Nissan. The city and highway mileage estimates are helpful if your driving tends more towards one or the other, then you can expect a higher or lower economy than the combined estimate.
2022 Nissan Model EPA Fuel Economy Ratings
From fully electric vehicles to fuel-efficient gas-powered models, the new Nissan lineup offers Orlando drivers a wide range of options to choose from to find a vehicle that gets high gas mileage and delivers in every area from performance to safety to technology to design. The models below represent one trim level of their respective model. Other trim levels may have a different EPA fuel economy rating.
MPGe = Miles Per Gallon Equivalent calculated as 33.7 kWh of electricity = 1 gallon of gas.
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If fuel-economy is your top priority, the choice is clear that the fully-electric Nissan LEAF will give you the most for your fuel dollar. Charging stations are popping up all over Orange County and the convenience and environmental benefits are evident. If you're more inclined towards a gas-powered Nissan, you'll see that the Versa, Sentra, Rogue, Kicks and Altima all provide a combined fuel economy over 30 miles per gallon and offer a wide range of body types and styles to satisfy your individual driving demands.
Visit Nissan 112 today to speak to one of our Nissan Sales Professionals to discuss each model's features and fuel economy to determine which Nissan is best suited to your driving needs.