Nissan, established in 1933, is one of the big players of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance. It is the 6th largest car maker globally with at one point being the largest EV manufacturer. Since its inception, Nissan has focused on cutting edge prowess to its vehicle, with having sub brands such as Datsun and Infinity in its arm and Nismo (in house performance tuning unit). Nissan holds 15% stake in Renault and 34% stake in Mitsubishi. If Renault-Nissan alliance is taken together, it’s the 4th largest automaker in the world.
Nissan has a very good history on its own. Nissan Skyline GTRhas been the pinnacle of JDM cars and is considered as the Godzilla of auto world. 240 SX (Silvia) is another iconic model from Nissan. Initiated from 240Z to a current lineup of 370Z, Z series is one of the best-known cars from Nissan which revived the market in USA for Nissan. Since 1993, Nissan Altima has been the fleet and one of the best-selling models of Nissan. Leaf was the best-selling electric vehicle until Tesla Model 3 came for its spot.With models as fast as GT-R series, as sleeper as the Z series and as tough as the Armada, and as clean as the Leaf, Nissan has their hands full in all category of their offerings.
Current lineup from Nissan includes SUVs (Kicks, Rogue, Murano, Pathfinder, Armada), Cars (GT-R, Versa, Sentra, Altima, Maxima, Leaf), Trucks (Frontier, Titan) and Vans. The models are produced in 17 different countries and are sold in more than 160 countries.
Nissan underwent through scrutiny in its leadership problems at around 2018, along with various losses incurring in billions. As of 2020, with new leadership and newer plans to revamp the company with current times, Nissan has a lot of catching up to do.
To many of us, what matters more is the fuel economy of Nissan vehicles. Therefore, we have tried to list out the mpg figures of Nissan cars, SUV or pickup to give you fair idea of fuel economy of Nissan vehicles. Below is the list of Nissan cars and pickup along with their range of MPG or gas mileage.
Here are some of the 2023 Nissan models:
|2023 Nissan Titan||15 to 21|
|2023 Nissan Z||18 to 28|
Here are some of the 2022 Nissan models:
|2022 Nissan Altima||25 to 39|
|2022 Nissan Armada||13 to 19|
|2022 Nissan Frontier||17 to 24|
|2022 Nissan Kicks||31 to 36|
|2022 Nissan Leaf||94 to 123|
|2022 Nissan Maxima||20 to 30|
|2022 Nissan Murano||20 to 28|
|2022 Nissan Pathfinder||20 to 27|
|2022 Nissan Rogue||28 to 37|
|2022 Nissan Rogue Sport||24 to 32|
|2022 Nissan Sentra||28 to 39|
|2022 Nissan Titan||15 to 21|
|2022 Nissan Versa||27 to 40|
Here are some of the 2021 Nissan models:
|2021 Nissan 370Z||17 to 26|
|2021 Nissan Altima||25 to 39|
|2021 Nissan Armada||13 to 19|
|2021 Nissan Frontier||17 to 24|
|2021 Nissan GT-R||16 to 22|
|2021 Nissan Kicks||31 to 36|
|2021 Nissan Leaf||94 to 123|
|2021 Nissan Maxima||20 to 30|
|2021 Nissan Murano||20 to 28|
|2021 Nissan NV200 Cargo Van||24 to 26|
|2021 Nissan Rogue||25 to 33|
|2021 Nissan Rogue Sport||24 to 32|
|2021Nissan Sentra||28 to 39|
|2021 Nissan Titan||15 to 21|
|2021 Nissan Versa||27 to 40|
Disclaimer: We don’t guarantee the accuracy of figures provided for fuel economy of Nissan cars and pickup trucks in mpg.