To the guy who wrote about asking why the fuel gauge tells you that you have less fuel than you actually do. Even when the gauge is actually registering dead on empty you actually have at least 50 miles left of fuel. But don't test it. the reason they did that was because they never want you to run out of fuel. If the engine ever does run out of fuel you will destroy the fuel pump plus risk detonation within the combustion chamber. Thus the Nissan execs erred on the side of caution. I remember the good old days when my mother ran out of gas back in the 50's we kids thought it was funny. In those days you just got a container of gas and poured it in and you were off to the fuel pump to fill up again . Times have changed.