Archive for the ‘Fuel Economy’ Category
How Fuel Efficient is the 2019 Nissan Sentra?
Sedans are some of the most common vehicles available today. While many of them blend together and don’t stand out, models like the Nissan Sentra are immediately recognizable for their design, technology and performance. Of course, what has helped the Sentra stand out each year is its impressive efficiency. So, how fuel efficient is the 2019 Nissan Sentra?
How Fuel Efficient is the 2018 Nissan Versa?
Even though the Nissan Versa is the most affordable vehicle from Nissan, it doesn’t mean that the sedan isn’t an exciting model. With new technology, nimble performance and strong efficiency, it’s easy to see why the Versa is so popular. In fact, fuel economy is one of the best features of the new sedan. So just how fuel efficient is the 2018 Nissan Versa?
Top 3 FAQs About Electric Cars
Most people are a little bit afraid of the unknow. Aside from a handful of early adopters, the EV market isn’t well understood my many motorists. The overall impression? That electric cars are efficient, but inconvenient. The range is short, the driving experience is nothing to be enthusiastic over and there aren’t enough charging stations to go around. With EVs almost definitely becoming the future for the automotive world, here are the top 3 FAQs about electric cars. (more…)
2018 Nissan Altima Fuel Economy and Trim Levels
When fuel prices are low, we don’t think quite as much about gas costs as we do during the blazing heat of summer, especially because many of us don’t like to drive as often in winter. Still, your car should be a well-rounded vehicle that’s just as much a pleasure to own when life is hectic and fuel ups frequent. If you’ve been considering the 2018 Nissan Altima, you’re probably wondering what the fuel economy is like. We look at what you can expect based on the various trim levels. (more…)
How long has Nissan been making electric cars?
For many drivers, it feels like electric cars are a fairly new development, and still not quite as practical as gasoline models. We expect range to increase in 2018, and charging times continue to improve, but when it comes time for a road trip, the models aren’t quite as competitive. What you may be surprised to learn is that the 2018 Nissan Leaf is 70 years in the making, as that’s how long it has been since Nissan first developed an EV. The Tama EV was developed in 1947, even though it wasn’t until late 2010 that the Leaf finally came out as the first mass-produced option. (more…)
Official pricing for the 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid
It seems ages since the 2017 Nissan Rogue Hybrid was first announced, and it’s been a long time coming compared to when the gasoline model started rolling into dealerships. As the first Rogue Hybrid, and a much more efficient vehicle, it’s only natural to wonder what the official pricing is for this hybrid vehicle as you take out your calculators and decide if it’s worth the cost in the long run. (more…)
What is Nissan Pure Drive?
One of the strongest selling points for a new or used vehicle is going to be its fuel efficiency rating. Naturally, when you choose your next vehicle, you would expect it to be more efficient (unless you’re going for a stampede of more horsepower) than what you’re currently driving.
Over the course of a few years, the difference in a couple of city or highway miles per gallon can translate to hundreds of dollars being saved. And this brings us to our next point; what is Nissan Pure Drive?
Perhaps you’ve heard of it or perhaps you have not; but what it is, is the name of Nissan’s internal combustion engines that have reduced CO2 emissions. These vehicles within the Nissan lineup, and compared to other automakers, are going to be the most efficient and environmentally friendly. (more…)
When you’re searching for a new car, fuel economy ratings may very well be one of the most important factors to you. This is probably why so many automakers are taking steps to make vehicles more efficient than they’ve ever been. One piece of newer equipment many vehicles offer these days is the Continuously Variable Transmission, or CVT. A CVT, unlike regular automatic transmissions, doesn’t really shift between gears but rather adjusts as necessary at all driving levels. This means more efficient delivery of power and therefore better fuel economy ratings. (more…)
Nissan is one automaker striving to reduce CO2 emissions. The Nissan Leaf is a great example of the effort they’ve put forward. Something else you may have heard of is Nissan Pure Drive, which is another example of Nissan taking initiative to make a difference when it comes to emissions from its model lineup. Even if you have heard of Pure Drive you may not know what exactly that means. So, what is Nissan Pure Drive? We’ll go over what the Pure Drive badge is and what it means so you have a better understanding of the efficiency of Nissan vehicles. (more…)
Most Fuel Efficient Nissan Vehicles
When it comes to choosing a new car, fuel economy rating are one of the first specifications many people look at during the research process. If you are buying a new car, you definitely want to make sure the upkeep and care will be as affordable as possible. Luckily, when it comes to automakers with a fuel efficient lineup of vehicles, Nissan has what new car shoppers are looking for. The Nissan model lineup features a wide-range of fuel efficient vehicles from compact cars to SUVs. There are actually 8 models that meet or exceed 30 miles per gallon on the highway. That’s impressive! (more…)