Nissan earned more awards than any other auto manufacturer at the Vincentric “Best Fleet Value In America” awards. The program identifies vehicles that offer the best value and best-in-class life-cycle costs in order to help businesses and corporations find the most suitable vehicle for their needs. Over 2,400 vehicle configurations were analyzed. The cost of vehicle ownership was measured using eight different cost factors including fees & taxes, depreciation, insurance, gas costs, financing, maintenance and repair, insurance and opportunity costs. Vehicles were evaluated in all 50 states with various different mileage and ownership situations considered.
Several of Nissan’s vehicles were repeat winners with the Nissan NV200 named “Best Fleet Value Small Comercial Cargo Van” for the fourth time. The Nissan Leaf won the title “Best Fleet Value Electric/Plug-In Hybrid”. Other Nissan winners included the Nissan Versa S Plus (Best Fleet Value Subcompact), Nissan Versa Note S Plus (Best Fleet Value Subcompact Hatchback) and the Nissan Altima S 2.5 L (Best Fleet Value Subcompact Hatchback. The Nissan Leaf S, NV200 S, NV1500 S and NV3500 S also took home awards.