Nissan Versa Fuel Economy



Now enjoy driving without having a debilitating effect on the environment in a Nissan Versa, available at the Deacon Jones Nissan dealership. 

Fuel economy ratings vary only slightly across different model years of the Nissan Versa. The 2020 Versa is available in 3 trim levels: S, SV, and SR – and all are powered by a 1.6-liter DOHC 16 4 – cylinder engine, with a greater focus on reduced emissions and fuel economy. 

The engine is also equipped with a Sequential Multi-Point Fuel Injection as well as a pairing with standard front-wheel drive and Xtronic CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission) on the SV and SR trim levels. 

The S also has this as an option, but otherwise, it comes standard with a 5-speed manual transmission. The aluminum-block power-plant is capable of producing 122 horsepower at 6,300 rpm and 114 lb-ft of torque at 5,400 rpm. 

The powerful engine gives the Nissan Versa an EPA fuel economy rating of 27 / 35 miles per gallon (manual) in the city/highway and 32 / 40 miles per gallon (CVT automatic) in the city/highway. The combined fuel economy is 31 miles per gallon (manual) and 36 miles per gallon (CVT automatic). 

Although the engine remains the same, earlier models have slightly different fuel economy ratings. The 2019 Versa has an EPA fuel economy rating of 27 / 36 mpg (manual) in the city/highway and 31 / 39 mpg (CVT automatic) in the city/highway. The combined fuel economy stands at 30 miles per gallon (manual) and 34 miles per gallon (CVT automatic). 

Models of 2018 and earlier have an automatic transmission with variable gear ratios, a 5-speed manual transmission, as well as an automatic with a 4-speed transmission. The EPA fuel economy ratings of the Versa remain at 27 / 36 mpg (manual) in the city/highway and 31 / 39 mpg (CVT automatic) in the city/highway. 

The combined fuel economy equates to 30 miles per gallon (manual) and 34 miles per gallon (CVT automatic). The automatic with 4-speed transmission has an EPA fuel economy rating of 26 / 35 mpg in the city/highway, and combined fuel economy of 29 mpg. 


Source: Nissan