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Saturday, March 2, 2013

2013 Nissan Leaf: Efficiency Up 15 Percent To 115 MPGe From 99 MPGe

2013 Nissan Leaf: Efficiency Up 15 Percent To 115 MPGe From 99 MPGe: "The 2013 Leaf is rated at 130 MPGe on the EPA city cycle and 102 MPGe on the highway cycle, for a combined rating of 115 MPGe.

The 2011 and 2012 models, by contrast, were rated at 106 MPGe city, 92 MPGe highway, and 99 MPGe combined.

The one piece of information that remains missing, however, is the EPA rating for the 2013 Leaf's electric range.

Nissan's website says only, "The average American drives less than 29 miles per day. The Nissan Leaf can get you much farther on a single charge.""