Nissan News

Thursday, 20 February 2020

image link
20 February
Nissan Armada - Driven

Nissan launched the second-generation Armada – the brand’s full-size, flagship SUV – in 2017 and, while it was a huge step forward in terms of luxury (relatively used, of course) and rigidity, it was also knocked for its lack of technology....

TopSpeed

image link
20 February
Nissan Launches Vehicle Subscription Service That Includes GT-R

The test program is only available in Texas, and there are some catches.

Motor1

19 February
Nissan launches its ‘Nissan Switch’ subscription service in Texas

Nissan has announced that it’s testing its own subscription service, called “Nissan Switch” in Houston, Texas. The subscription service gives users access to a variety of Nissan’s models, including the Leaf, Titan and GT-R. The pricing starts at...

The Torque Report

19 February
From Altima to Rogue to GT-R in a week: Nissan rolls out car subscription plan

Drivers may be able to drive a new and different Nissan every day of the week as part of a new subscription plan the automaker detailed Wednesday. The program, which will cost at least $699 per month, has one big caveat: for now, it's only limited...

The Car Connection


19 February
Nissan faces global parts shortage due to coronavirus, report says

Nissan procures more than 800 parts from factories in the outbreak epicenter of Hubei to make cars worldwide and is concerned that most of those components will run out if plants in the province stay idled beyond Feb. 21.

Automotive News

image link
19 February
Nissan jumps into car subscription segment with Switch program

Nissan Switch launches in Houston with two tiers of pricing, and yes, you can get a GT-R.

CNET - ROADSHOW

19 February
First drive review: 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo proves Godzilla gets better with age

After more than a decade on the market, most cars are replaced by a newer, faster, more powerful model. Not Godzilla. For the new decade, the 2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo became lighter and slipperier, with more stopping power and more grip, all in the...

MotorAuthority

19 February
Nissan car subscription plan includes GT-R

Filed under: Ownership Advice,Car Buying Advice,Nissan,Car Buying,Car Dealers,Ownership Continue reading Nissan car subscription plan includes GT-R Nissan car subscription plan includes GT-R originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 19 Feb...

AutoBlog

image link
19 February
This Nissan 300ZX with a Custom Bodykit Is the Car You’ll Love But Can’t Have

The Nissan 300ZX is a sports car model that doesn’t necessarily boast a super-aggressive design, despite being produced for over 17 years and receiving several more or less substantial refinements throughout its lifetime. But with the right touches...

autoevolution

19 February
Rent the Roadway? Nissan Subscription Service Lets You Rock Different Rides

Want to “try out” that Nissan GT-R before you buy it? Me too. Now, Nissan shoppers in Texas now have the chance: The automaker is testing a vehicle subscription service in the Greater Houston area. Called Nissan Switch, the program offers consumers...

cars.com

image link
18 February
At Least One Nissan Shareholder Wants a $13.8M Bounty on Carlos Ghosn

Once a global powerhouse, Nissan is in trouble. Its sales are tumbling in an already slippery auto market, and its uncertain financial future has "mass layoffs" written all over the walls of its U.S. production facilities. Investors (and also...

The Drive

image link
18 February
Fresh look for the Nissan Navara N-Guard

Nissan has launched the latest Nissan Navara N-Guard, with the range-topping, double cab pickup now featuring a refreshed look. Enhancing the Navara N-Guard’s premium feel, according to Nissan, the model now comes with four exterior paint colour...

Diesel Car Magazine

18 February
New Nissan boss signals pay cuts and deeper restructuring

Makoto Uchida tells shareholders he will step down if he fails to turn round carmaker

FT.com Autos

image link
13 February
Why the British Love Nissan

Nissan has been making headlines lately. This is largely because, as well as being one of the UK’s best-selling cars last year, there has been a question mark over what happens to the Japanese motoring make’s UK base post-Brexit. So, what’s...

Motorward

13 February
Nissan posts its biggest loss in a decade

Japanese carmaker struggles with falling sales and the impact of coronavirus on supply chain

FT.com Autos

image link
13 February
Hands-off test: whats it like to be driven by an autonomous Nissan Leaf on UK roads?

Nissan Leaf autonomous car review: we go for a ride in the British-developed self-driving car

Car Magazine

12 February
Nissan seeks $90m damages from former boss Carlos Ghosn

The move comes after Mr Ghosn fled Japan where he faces charges of financial misconduct.

BBC News

12 February
Nissan files $90m lawsuit against Carlos Ghosn

Carmaker seeking damages for ‘years of misconduct and fraudulent activity’ by former chairman

FT.com Autos

11 February
Nissan to shut Japan factory due to shortage of Chinese parts

The Japanese car maker shuts a factory for two days due to a shortage of parts from China.

BBC News

image link
06 February
2020 Nissan Frontier Gains An Updated Powertrain

Nissan isn't quite ready to show off the next-generation Frontier, but they have decided to drop the new engine and transmission destined for the new model into the outgoing Frontier. Revealed on the eve of the Chicago Auto Show yesterday,...

Cheers & Gears

05 February
Self-driving Nissan makes UK motoring history

A top-secret Nissan LEAF electric vehicle has completed the UK’s longest and most complex autonomous car journey. The modified 2017 LEAF travelled from the Nissan Technical Centre Europe (NTCE) in Cranfield, Bedforshire, to the brand’s manufacturing...

Automotive Blog

image link
05 February
Nissan Claims Complex UK 230-Mile AV Test

Nissan is claiming the most complex autonomous drive in the UK to date following its Leaf’s 230-mile drive on town, country and highway roads. The government backed trial through a Nissan Europe-led technical consortium HumanDrive, claims to have...

TU Automotive

image link
31 January
2020 Nissan Altima 2.0 Platinum VC-Turbo FWD Review & Test Drive

While it’s evident that sedans aren’t selling as they used to because SUV/Crossover utility vehicles are the go-to vehicles of today, there’s still a decent selection of mainstream sedans for the pickings. One in particular that has kept pace for...

Automotive Addicts


Before using this site please read our Terms and Conditions