Nissan Altima MPG

May 8th, 2019 by

2019 Altima Driving on Road

The 2019 Nissan Altima gas mileage differs on each trim level, engine choice, and more. The top Nissan Altima mpg rating is at 28 city mpg and 39 highway mpg*, which means saving on gas in New Haven. Learn more about the Nissan Altima fuel economy details with us at Executive Nissan and get behind the wheel of your favorite trim.

Altima S, SV, and SL MPG

On the Nissan Altima S, SV, and SL, you’ll find a maximum rating of 28/39 city/highway mpg.* In order to achieve this rating, the Nissan Altima performance specs come into play. These include:

  • 2.5L DOHC16-valve 4-cylinder engine
  • 188 hp at 6,000 rpm
  • 180 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm
  • Standard front-wheel drive
  • Continuously variable valve timing control system (CVTCS) on intake and exhaust valves

Altima SR and Platinum MPG

The Nissan Altima SR and Platinum offer an upgraded engine and 27/37 city/highway mpg* for Hamden drivers. These three trims offer the same 2.5L engine as the S, SV, and SL, but there are a few added features that might have affected their mileage:

  • Higher curb weight
  • Greater vehicle height and narrower track width
  • Paddle shifters with Manual Shift mode (SR)
  • Sport-tuned suspension (SR)

Altima VC-Turbo™ Trim Levels

Even the high-performing Nissan Altima trim levels offer competitive fuel economy at 25/34 city/highway mpg*: the Altima SR VC-Turbo™, the Platinum VC-Turbo™, and the Edition ONE VC-Turbo™. Below are the specs:

  • 2.0L Variable-Compression Turbo (VC-Turbo™) 4-cylinder engine
  • 248 hp at 5,600 rpm
  • 273 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm
  • Standard front-wheel drive
  • Electronic sequential multi-point fuel injection

Experience a Nissan Altima at Executive Nissan

Explore the Nissan Altima features, compare the new Nissan Altima vs. Honda Civic comparison, and more when you make the trip to Executive Nissan. Browse our inventory for the new Altima for sale that’s right for you then look through our new vehicle specials to help you save. Contact us in the meantime with any questions.

*2019 EPA Fuel Economy Estimates. Fuel economy estimates based on 87-octane fuel. Actual mileage may vary with driving conditions. Use for comparison only.

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