The fuel consumption of the Nissan GT-R is 7.63 km/l (the most fuel-efficient), and the highest fuel consumption is 7.63 km/l.
Fuel consumption is generally measured by road test methods. The constant speed 100km fuel consumption test is one of the easiest road tests, the result uesd to write as L/100 kilometers.
Here are the fuel preformance for Nissan GT-R cars, according to Nissan official:
The fuel consumption of 2021 Nissan GT-R Nismo is 7.63 km/l.
The fuel consumption of 2021 Nissan GT-R Premium is 7.63 km/l.
Vehicle fuel economy: the cycle fuel consumption under a certain test cycle driving situation and the constant speed fuel consumption under the condition of driving at a certain speed on a flat road are expressed.
What are the factors that affect fuel consumption?
1: Bad driving habits
2: Potholes on the road
3: Lack of maintenance
4: Use the trunk as a warehouse
5: Insufficient tire pressure, fuel consumption +1%
6: Low gear and high speed, fuel consumption +10%
7: Do not maintain the engine, fuel consumption +10%
There are several ways to calculate fuel consumption:
1. Divide the fuel cost by the mileage of the vehicle to get the fuel consumption per kilometer. This method is the simplest and least accurate. The fuel cost per kilometer obtained by multiplying the fuel consumption per 100 kilometers by the oil price divided by 100 is more accurate.
2. The vehicle is filled with oil first as the initial data, and then refilled after driving for a certain distance, subject to the data of the gas station. This method is to divide the fuel consumption of the vehicle by the mileage multiplied by 100 to get the fuel consumption per 100 kilometers.
3. It is more scientific to calculate the average fuel consumption. Suppose the vehicle travels 10,000 kilometers, record the refueling data of each time during this period, and calculate the average of the highest and lowest fuel consumption. This average is more scientific and worthy of adoption by car owners.
|Fuel Type||Transmission||Manufacturers Claim|
|2021 Nissan GT-R Nismo||Consumption|
|Manufacturers Claim||7.63 km/l|
|2021 Nissan GT-R Premium||Consumption|
|Manufacturers Claim||7.63 km/l|
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