If you asked 100 random people what their biggest priority is when searching for a new car, we’d wager that at least half of them would mention fuel efficiency. That’s what makes Nissan’s latest title, “world’s most fuel efficient car producers for full-lines,” so important. In the 2014 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) “Trends” Report, the Nissan lineup has a rating of 26.2 combined mpg, the highest rating of any full-line automaker.
“Reaching this point is a direct result of a dedicated company-wide effort to scrutinize every aspect of each new model to extract the most fuel efficiency possible,” said Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America. “Our engineers and designers have worked hard to get us here, and we look to continuously improve fuel efficiency of our models to face the challenges of future regulations while surpassing customer expectations.”
As popular and practical as the Nissan LEAF is, it’s not fair to say that only the hybrid and subcompact cars in the Nissan lineup have great fuel numbers. From CUVs to SUVs and even all the way to pickup trucks, Nissan has made efficiency a priority across the whole lineup—because they know it’s a priority to you, the customer. Come see us at Economy Nissan to pick out your own efficient Nissan today.