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15 Dec 2017

Latest Nissan News

Topical: Nissan’s Okay With a Front-drive Crossover, but Toyota Has Regrets

This morning’s Question of the Day was all about all-wheel drive and which models could stand a dose of four-wheel traction. So far, no one’s talking about the Nissan Versa Note. Nissan, however, is more than happy to talk about the fact that its upcoming Kicks subcompact crossover will arrive with power relegated only to [?] The post Topical: Nissan’s Okay With a Front-drive Cro   ...read more


Source: Truth about Cars

Published: Thu, Dec 14 2017

Catching Up With: Alfonso Albaisa, Head of Nissan/Infiniti design

Alfonso Albaisa, head of Nissan/Infiniti design since spring 2017, has had a surprisingly simple and straightforward career in car design. Nissan was his first automotive employer 35 years ago, and he has been with the firm since. He’s been there through the ups and downs, including a dark period when catastrophically bad management drove it... The post Catching Up With: Alfonso Albaisa, Hea   ...read more


Source: Automobile Magazine

Published: Thu, Dec 14 2017

2018 Nissan Leaf SL First Drive — Powering Back From Obsolescence

The previous-generation all-electric Nissan Leaf (technically “LEAF,” but that acronym sends my MacBook Air into a snit befitting Peter Frampton), with toenail clippings for headlights and a face only a mother could slug, has historically done very well for itself, selling well over 100,000 units in America since its introduction eight long model years ago. [?] The post 2018 Nissan Lea   ...read more


Source: Truth about Cars

Published: Thu, Dec 14 2017

Tiny carwash used for somehow-serious purpose of testing Nissan paint

 from Auto Blog

Sadly, the little 1:16 scale model of a 370Z is for illustrative purposes only. Continue reading Tiny carwash used for somehow-serious purpose of testing Nissan paint Tiny carwash used for somehow-serious purpose of testing Nissan paint originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 13 Dec 2017 13:40:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink |  Email this |  Comments   ...read more


Source: Auto Blog

Published: Wed, Dec 13 2017

Flush With 2017 Models, Nissan Throws Incentives at Sales Staff

Expect your local Nissan salesman to work extra hard for that pre-Christmas sale. That’s because Nissan, which can still boast a year-to-date sales increase in the United States, isn’t exactly overflowing with 2018 models. Inventory of 2017s remains higher than the automaker would prefer, meaning it needs to do something to move old stock out [?] The post Flush With 2017 Models, Nissan   ...read more


Source: Truth about Cars

Published: Mon, Dec 11 2017

QOTD: Power to the People?

Later this week you’ll be reading about my exploits in a couple of alternative energy vehicles ? the next-generation Nissan Leaf and Honda Clarity Plug-in Hybrid. Yes, dear reader, even this truck-loving rural boy can understand the need for companies to develop machines that don’t burn dead dinosaurs. Surrounded by plug-in hybrids, battery-electric vehicles, and [?] The post QOTD: Pow   ...read more


Source: Truth about Cars

Published: Mon, Dec 11 2017

Junkyard Find: 2010 Nissan Cube

Nissan’s slow-selling, goofy-looking minivan debuted in the United States market for the 2009 model year and got axed just five years later. You can still buy a new Cube in Japan, but junkyards on this side of the Pacific are getting discarded Cubes in more-than-flukey quantities. After seeing several in a Denver-area self-service yard last [?] The post Junkyard Find: 2010 Nissan Cube appear   ...read more


Source: Truth about Cars

Published: Mon, Dec 11 2017