Which 2019 Nissan Vehicles Have High Fuel Economy?
2019 is the year when most automakers are rigorously working out new ways to go green and better use the earth’s resources. With more vehicles being released on the roads each year, it’s becoming increasingly important for the conscientious car-buyer to select a car that’ll deliver superior performance while staying clean and green. One way that automakers have begun to do this is by offering buyers cars that have much better fuel economy than the ones released over the past few decades.
Why Buy Nissan?
Traditionally, certain vehicles were known to be gas-guzzlers and meant only for their sporting and heavy-duty capabilities. Today these views have changed, turning some of the most fuel-thirsty SUVs into quite sensible models, all thanks to advances in technology.
Nissan has not only held its own in this area but is among the top players in using green tech efficiently. Here are some fuel-efficient cars that Nissan is offering in 2019.
The Sentra is a great looking sedan that features the best in class fuel economy. Nissan has placed a priority on the car’s efficiency over its power and the Sentra’s 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine delivers a combined 32 mpg and 124 hp. It has the Top Safety Pick from the IIHs and has Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility technology built in, which makes for a good ride.
The LEAF is Nissan’s massively popular completely electric vehicle that’s both environmentally friendly and has great mileage (up to 226 miles on a single charge with the 62 kWh battery). Since it’s an electric vehicle, it does not pollute at all. In addition, the cost of charging an electric car is less than half the price you would pay for gasoline. On average, if one were to drive about 15,000 miles a year, the gasoline cost would be approximately $1,400 a year. However, charging a car to run the same number of miles would on average cost $550 a year.
The Rogue is a compact SUV that comes in traditional gasoline and hybrid versions. The hybrid version has impressive engine features that work together seamlessly. i.e., the gasoline-fed 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine, works along with the electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery set up under the cargo area, to produce an appealing combined 34 mpg. The engine features Nissan’s Xtronic CVT®, which helps to produce higher mpg in comparison to its competitors.
The fuel efficiency of a car is dependent on the type of technology it is built on. So the fuel efficiency of an all-electric vehicle is the best, hybrids come in second, followed by diesel cars and finally gasoline cars. Automatic transmissions and other engine types also influence car efficiency in the long run.
So, ultimately, what’s important is that the driver is comfortable driving the car of their choice and can rest assured knowing that they have bought the best car for themselves and also for the planet!
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