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It’s very true that Nissan cars are reliable. They’re sturdy, well designed and of good quality. Most people that purchase a Nissan car would find it still in excellent working condition ten years later.
In one of his latest shenanigans British stuntman Paul Swift has hooked up with Nissan to attempt a world-first record the main purpose of which is to promote the car maker’s Intelligent Around View Monitor (AVM) technology featured in the Nissan Juke.
Nissan has developed a taste for the black stuff lately. After launching the Maxima Midnight and Note Black, now they have released the Nissan Qashqai Black Edition SV in the British market, featuring… well, lots of black stuff.
Of all the cars one would expect to ride the Stars Wars hype train it’s the cheap and not at all cheerful Nissan Rouge that takes the candy. Unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show by Stormtroopers, the 2017 Nissan Rouge Star Wars Limited Edition is available as a $1,990 package for the range-topping Sun […]
As if you needed another reason to follow the Japanese Super GT series next year, which will includes some seriously hot contenders from Lexus and Honda, Nissan has now revealed a new version of their player. The 2017 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500 was unveiled at Twin Ring Motegi during the last round of the current […]
Japanese tuner Rowen is back with a couple of teasers for a new Nissan GT-R R35 they are working on for the 2017 Tokyo Auto Salon. Showcased here in these renderings with the aero parts blurred, Rowen Nissan GT-R is, evidently, going to one of the sexiest styling package the R35 has ever received.
If you are an American who follows European car news and as a result are jealous of them for getting a car Skoda Kodiaq which offers plenty of value for very little money, you can stop being envious because there is now something similar available in the U.S. market. We’re talking about the 2017 Nissan […]
Not wanting to be left behind in the pickup truck frenzy that’s going on in Texas at the moment with all the major manufacturers trying to attract customers with Lone Star-themed special editions, Nissan announced the launch of the Texas Titan Package for its main contender in this segment. This model comes with features Nissan […]
Like an iPhone that stays largely the same design-wise but each year introduces new technical features, the Nissan GT-R roars into 2017 with a new hard-core model that looks pretty much the same as the first one but boasts some serious technical beef. This is the 2017 Nissan GT-R Track Edition.
Europeans are no strangers to turbo-ing on a budget, as they get a whole range of excellent and affordable turbocharged cars with heart-pumping performance. Now the American can have a taste of that as well with this, the new 2017 Nissan Sentra SR Turbo launched at the Miami International Auto Show.
A 1978 Datsun 260Z might have no appeal whatsoever to a young person, but those who are a generation older will tell you that in its heyday this Japanese sports car was immensely popular, offering a cheap alternative to the gorgeous, but unattainable for a blue collar man, European GTs of the time. That is […]
The all-electric hatchback Nissan LEAF has been around for quite a while now, but it still needs elaborate publicity stunts every now and again to remind people it is a viable replacement for their ordinary petrol and diesel family cars. Well, that’s what they tried to show with the latest stunt which is a grand […]
Nissan Pathfinder is one of the oldest and most trusted names in America’s crossover market and although in recent years the car’s been hit with a surge in the number of cheaper and prettier Korean rivals, it is still one of the good one. That is why Nissan is confident the new 2017 Pathfinder is […]
For all the variety the SUV market offers these days, if you want a full-size, V8-powered utility vehicle but don’t have 70 or 80 grand to spend on a Cayenne or a G-Wagen, you have only a few good choices. One of them is the new 2017 Nissan Armada which, at least on paper, seems […]
Nissan decided to use the hype of the 2016 Rio Olympics to their advantage and revealed something outlandish enough to grab some attention. The car they took to Rio to unveil is a new working prototype version of the Nissan BladeGlider, the weird looking thing that made a lot of noise two, three years ago.