Nissan Wins Big at Annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America Awards

Nissan Wins Big at Annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America Awards

Have you heard the news? Nissan earned more acclaim this year than any other automaker in the 12th annual Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America awards. Nissan topped the subcompact sedan and hatchback categories with its Versa and Versa Note S Plus trims, as well as winning the categories of mid-size car, electric, and commercial van categories.

The Vincentric Best Fleet Value in America awards measure the cost of ownership of many vehicles on the market based on depreciation, fees and taxes, financing, fuel economy, insurance costs, maintenance, opportunity cost, and repairs.

Nissan won eight categories total. The Leaf S trim was determined the have the lowest overall cost of ownership in the electric vehicle market, while the Altima S trim has the best value of the mid-size market. The NV200, NV1500, and NV3500 were all recognized for their commercial value.

All of these vehicles have won their category in the Vincentric awards at least two times previously. The Nissan NV200 has won four times in a row, and every other vehicle besides the Nissan Altima has won two years in a row; for the Altima, this is its second win, but not consecutively.

This achievement proves that the vehicles you buy at Wright Nissan, be they compact cars or a cargo vans, will be a solid investment for your fleet needs. Find out more about Nissan’s fleet program by contacting us at Wright Nissan.

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