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2013 Nissan GT-R Fuel Economy

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You wouldn't expect a supercar that can approach 200 mph to be able to achieve very impressive fuel economy; and the GT-R doesn't amaze in this respect.

But it's not as bad as you might think. Some supercars can't manage more than single digits, but last year the GT-R's fuel economy ratings rose to 16/23 mpg, from 15/21 mpg, and in city driving, if you can keep your right foot under control, it's probably more efficient with its turbo V-6 than a comparable V-8 or V-12 model. But it's still not as good as the likes of the Porsche 911 or Chevy Corvette, however (both of those cars reach up to the upper 20s).

The GT-R is by no means fuel-efficient, but it's not especially thirsty for a nearly 200-mph supercar.

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