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I have a 2012 1.6S manual sedan and am getting 38.3 imperial mpg with 18x7.5 rims and 215/40r18 tires. Haven't done a real life calculation yet.
 

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i have a 2010 1.8 S HB A/T and i pull around 26 mpg with a heavy foot highway/city traffic normally.

i have gotten 36mpg before though in consistently moving slow traffic, but im usually driving 80 on highway so that kinda kills the eco mpg haha
 

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I have a 2010 Versa HB. I get about 36 MPG on average w/wo the AC on. I drive the car with slow starts and stops. Usually the speed limit. Sometimes it takes a while for a car to break in. Your 2014 may get better mileage in the future.
 

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Mine is 2014 and I'm only getting 23 MPG city with A/C on so I'm curious what others are getting.
Since your car is still new, you may still be in the break in period. After the break in the MPG's will go up. I have a 2012 hatchback S and get about 31mpg combined all the time no matter how I drive really..
 

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08 Versa SL HB 125000 miles best mpg 41 worst 29 avg over all is 33.2mpg city driving will always have worst results in mpg hwy always higher.
 

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A break in period varies for each car. I consider it being things like belts getting adjusted to normal, engine oil being used more efficiently, grease working into parts, and basically the mechanical components working much better. Even the fuel injection probably gets improved.
 

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2013 SV CVT, 6900 miles, 40-42 MPG now, last winter when the car was super new only got 36-38.
 

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2011 Versa S Hatchback A/T: Best is 37 MPG and worst is 25 MPG. Right now I'm averaging 27 MPG because of the summer heat and running the AC quite a bit.
 

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2008 SL Sedan, CVT, 1.8L - YTD Average: 34.87 MPG, mixed 60% city, 40% hwy.

Best was 41.02 MPG, worst was 29.25 MPG.

MPG based on Imperial Gallons, not U.S.
 

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08 CVT ... Last few tanks have been 7.9L/100km. Using a/c a lot lately, and running with my 17" summer rims & tires.
My 17s hurting me too. Used to average 43mpg without trying. Now averaging 40 since 17 swap.
Not complaining though! Less than 10% penalty for virtually no sidewall flex during cornering, and i love my corners:smilejap:
edit miles per Imperial gallon, almost no city driving
 

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I have a 2012 1.6S manual sedan and am getting 38.3 imperial mpg with 18x7.5 rims and 215/40r18 tires. Haven't done a real life calculation yet.
Picked up my 2014 HB Note two weeks ago. First base line mileage test came in at 38.3mpg. I do feather the gas pedal and retrained my driving habits from the family 2011 HB 1.8 using a ScanGauge.
 
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