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Nissan QX Fuel Consumption

Year Modification City consumption Highway Economy Combined cycle
1999 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 23.6 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1999 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 18.29 mpg 26.4 mpg 35.28 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 23.6 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1998 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 18.29 mpg 26.4 mpg 35.28 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 23.6 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1997 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 18.29 mpg 26.4 mpg 35.28 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 23.6 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1996 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 18.29 mpg 26.4 mpg 35.28 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) 21.4 mpg 28.5 mpg 35.28 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic 23.6 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 19 mpg 26.61 mpg 34.91 mpg
1995 QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic 18.29 mpg 26.4 mpg 35.28 mpg

If you drive Nissan QX made in 1996, it’s important to understand the fuel economy possibilities. Such data will be supportive only if you use recommended fuel. If the modification of your car is QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model), the average city consumption must be near 21.4 mpg. Don’t forget about slow acceleration to lower amount of consumed patrol. On the highway the numbers will be more sufficient – 28.5 mpg. But you should bear in mind that the combined cycle for Nissan QX is 35.28 mpg.

  • There are visible pros of driving the QX in the city – consumption below 21.4 mpg.

  • If the car takes more than 21.4 mpg, visit the service.

  • The Nissan QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic is quite expensive to drive through city traffic.

  • Admit that QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) must be filled up with high quality petrol.

  • You may need only 26.61 mpg for the QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic to drive on motorways.

  • Choosing the QX Sedan 2.0 V6 S (4-door model) of year 1997 you will ensure your Nissan to be quite economic.

  • Note that the average figures for QX of 1998 year may change according to your driving style.

  • To make your 1996 QX take less fuel keep the speed constant.

  • The engine in QX Sedan 3.0 V6 SEL (4-door model) Automatic gives you quite good power, especially in year 1996 but in this way QX takes a lot out of your wallet.

  • If an economic car is needed, you may choose Nissan QX to reduce costs.

  • For example, driving QX at top speed will add 40% to consumption.

  • Quick accelerating on QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic will bring more costs on petrol station.

  • Driving on highways on the Nissan QX won’t give you much economy – you’ll need 23.6 mpg.

Take into account that if you buy QX of the 1996 year, you might not get the initial figures. If your actual data are not sufficient, there might be some technical problems. Always check your figures of consumption for QX Sedan 2.0 V6 SE (4-door model) Automatic and compare with initial data of the Nissan.

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