That Infiniti-badged Nissan Juke that seemed so outlandish? It’s coming – but only for China.
While light on details, Nissan has released photos and some specs on its newest mid-size pickup, the Navara.
That soon-to-be-launched Nissan truck we showed you a few days ago? Apparently, this isn’t it.
We’re surrounded by contradiction. Multitasking isn’t and modern conveniences aren’t. The 2014 Nissan Rogue is is the second generation of Nissan’s utterly conventional compact crossover. The Rogue is not what its name says it is, but that’s working better than ever.
Next Wednesday, Nissan will unveil a new compact truck, presumably the all-new Frontier/Navara.
Nissan’s answer to the Ford Focus and Volkswagen Golf has finally been revealed, and it’s a looker.
When Nissan revived the Datsun brand for its lineup of small, low-cost cars, enthusiasts were left wondering whether they’d ever see a performance oriented Datsun. The answer appears to be an emphatic “not a snowball’s chance in hell” – but their latest new car may be a better candidate for the return of a historic badge.
Canada and the United States are different in a thousand subtle ways. Surely, our auto market accounts for a few of those things. Our streets are tighter, our gas is more expensive and due to our tiny market (smaller than California’s) and our American-style regulations, our product mix mirrors that of what’s offered in America. But if the Nissan Micra is successful, that might change.
Nissan’s next iteration of the Leaf EV will hang on to its hatchback styling, but it will look more like a conventional car.