Which 2019 Nissan Vehicles Have High Fuel Economy?

Which 2019 Nissan Vehicles Have High Fuel Economy?

Fuel efficiency is an indication of how well a car’s engine is designed and built. Cars that are designed to carry heavier loads require larger engines with more cubic capacity and consequently, these kinds of vehicles tend to have a low gas mileage in comparison to smaller and lighter vehicles with smaller engines. On the other hand, hybrid cars and those that run on alternate fuels deliver a much better gas mileage.

Look for Reliability and Comfort

When choosing a car, most sensible buyers will be looking for one that offers them not just style, utility and safety but also reliability and efficiency. It’s safe to say that efficient vehicles are also more reliable and tend to have fewer engine troubles. When it comes to engines, Nissan uses cutting edge technology to deliver exceptional cars that are not only reliable but also substantially more fuel efficient.

Take for example the Nissan Rogue Hybrid which gives a combined 34 mpg. This car uses a conventional combustion engine as well as an alternate electric motor powered by a lithium-ion battery that provides additional power when required. The battery is also recharged when the brakes on the car are applied.

Innovative Technologies

Gone are the days when people used to think that a larger engine was the only way to increase power output. Utilizing innovative technology is a means to improve fuel efficiency and power. Consider the 2019 Nissan Versa: this 1.6-liter, four-cylinder engine features mileage-enhancing technologies like a dual injector system which also reduces the levels of unused fuel and reduces hydrocarbon emissions. The engine also possesses smaller nozzles that achieve more stable combustion.

Additionally, the engine features a twin Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System (CVTCS) mounted on intake and exhaust camshafts (as opposed to the regular CVTC systems, which are mounted only on the intake camshaft). This difference is improved thermal efficiency, decreased inhalation resistance and has made an overall improvement in fuel efficiency by four percent (in comparison to the older model).

Amazing Mileage

Another great Nissan car is the Kicks. Delivering an amazing 36 mpg on the highway from its four-cylinder, 1.6-liter engine, the Kicks is a perky, fun ride built for comfort, not only because of its CVT and engine design but also because of its cushioned suspension and ergonomically designed seats. This SUV surprised everyone by being efficient, smooth and funky at the same time. The Kicks is also designated by the IIHS as a Top Safety Pick and offers cutting edge safety features including automatic emergency brakes, forward collision warning and blind spot monitoring.

Today, many environment protection laws and rules require that a minimum number of criteria are met by all commercial vehicles for the benefit of the environment. Hence, fuel efficiency becomes a requirement. Good mileage implies that these cars consume less gas and go a long distance without having to refuel. It also means that their engines are more efficient in not releasing high levels of pollutants into the atmosphere. Thus, it ultimately reduces global warming rates.