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Yesterday I got 40.9 Mpg in my 2010 Nissan Sentra SL with a CVT transmission. I had it at 65 miles per hour on cruise control for about 50 miles. Level ground with no passengers and a full tank of gas. I usually get about 32mpg driving to and from work. I'm running tire pressure at 37psi.
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Yesterday I got 40.9 Mpg in my 2010 Nissan Sentra SL with a CVT transmission. I had it at 65 miles per hour on cruise control for about 50 miles. Level ground with no passengers and a full tank of gas. I usually get about 32mpg driving to and from work. I'm running tire pressure at 37psi. View attachment 102594
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These cars with CVT get great mileage if driven right. Most of my driving consists of driving rural roads with the c/c set at 40-45 MPH. My '16 Versa has exceeded 50 MPG (hand calculated) for the past 23 consecutive fill-ups with a best tank average of 58.908. My overall average since purchase in 2/19 and 21134.3 miles tracked has been 50.236 MPG.
 

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These cars with CVT get great mileage if driven right. Most of my driving consists of driving rural roads with the c/c set at 40-45 MPH. My '16 Versa has exceeded 50 MPG (hand calculated) for the past 23 consecutive fill-ups with a best tank average of 58.908. My overall average since purchase in 2/19 and 21134.3 miles tracked has been 50.236 MPG.
Your correct....!! If driven correctly,... by keeping your foot off the gas pedal and using cruise control. "Religiously" the CVT transmission on the little 4-cylinder Nissan's can give killer gas milage.
 
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