Nissan ekes one more mpg from Versa, Infiniti G up by two
Infiniti, which is Nissan's upmarket division, will bestow its G-Class model (18 mpg city/26 highway) with a new seven speed automatic to replace the previous six speed unit. That change is expected to yield two additional miles per gallon on the highway, one in the city. Apparently, Infiniti buyers don't care as much about its efficiency in Nissan's eyes, but the new auto unit is likely to improve performance a bit as well. Sounds like a win-win scenario.
[Source: Automotive News - sub. req'd]
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