The fuel consumption of the Nissan Kicks is --L/100km (the most fuel-efficient), and the highest fuel consumption is --L/100km.
Fuel consumption is most intuitively measured as the fuel required to travel a unit distance, which is known as L/100 kilometers.
Here are the fuel consumption for Nissan Kicks cars, according to Nissan official:
The fuel consumption of 2020 Nissan Kicks International Version is 7.03 litre per 100 kilometers.
Fuel economy, as the inverse of fuel consumption is another common indicator, which is calculated as the distance traveled per unit of fuel, such as kilometers/liter or miles/gallon.
The fuel consumption of a car mainly depends on its power technology and size. These variables include:
1. Road, traffic and weather conditions
2. Driving style
3. Vehicle speed, load and condition
The following formula is used to calculate fuel consumption in liters/100km, which is the most commonly used measure of fuel consumption.
(Liters used × 100) ÷km traveled = litres per 100 kilometers.
Is this way, you are easy to get the monthly fuel cost of Nissan Kicks by our fuel cost calculator.
|2020 Nissan Kicks International Version||Consumption|
|Manufacturers Claim||7.03 L/100 km|
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