The Top 20 Fuel Economy Car Models of 2017

16. Nissan LEAF

The 2017 Nissan LEAF is a compact car that doesn’t have an outstanding rating. It comes in at 5.8 out of 10 for reliability, comfort, performance and fuel economy. It will give you an outstanding MPG with a range of 107 miles for battery only use. The MPGe rating is 124 city and 101 highway. The average charge time is 21 hours at 110 volts and it reduces to just 6 hours at 220 volts. It goes down to a mere half hour when charging at 440 volts. If fuel economy were the only factor that this vehicle was being rated on, it would be at the top of the list. We’ve taken a lot of different factors under consideration including handling, comfort, reliability and overall performance. It just doesn’t touch the others on the overall score card.




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