Nissan Named Top Car Brand in EPA Fuel Economy Review

Fuel Economy

Fuel economy is an important characteristic many car buyers look for when shopping for a new vehicle. If you truly want a fuel-efficient car, though, there’s only one carmaker that you should focus on—Nissan. This Japanese carmaker was recently named the most fuel-efficient full-line automaker by an EPA fuel economy review, with a fleet-wide fuel economy rating of 26.2 combined miles per gallon.

“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.”

Along with having the highest lineup-wide efficiency, Nissan also showed the largest amount of year-over-year improvement, thanks to the use of lightweight engineering, improved aerodynamics, and efficient transmissions. With cars of a variety of sizes, SUVs, crossovers, and mid-size and full-size pickup trucks, having such a significantly high fuel economy rating is impressive. Make sure you stop in to James Ceranti Nissan today to see this top fuel economy in action!