Toyota no longer has North America's oldest production vehicle in its lineup, that title actually now belongs to the 2024 Nissan GT-R. Instead of the anticipated R36 generation finally making its grand entrance, we are stuck with the same old GT-R that was introduced in late 2007. What changes has Nissan graced the geriatric R35 model with for 2024? The visual changes in the … [Read more...] about Nissan Announces Refreshed 2024 GT-R
The 2023 Nissan Versa is coming to the Miami Auto Show with some design tweaks and more standard features than before. Nissan has the lower end of automotive industry cornered right now with the Versa, Kicks and Sentra serving attractive styling and robust safety systems. For 2023, the Versa continues on this theme with standard Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian … [Read more...] about 2023 Nissan Versa Gets Refreshed
Nissan Ariya Pricing has been announced for the U.S., and the numbers might shock you. After numerous setbacks due to a variety of supply chain issues, we still haven't seen Nissan's next electric car hit American roads just yet. It was originally supposed to go on sale here in 2021, but it is now set to become available later this year. Already available in its home market of … [Read more...] about Nissan Ariya Pricing Announced for the U.S.
Nissan Rogue Sport Dead in the U.S.: According to a memo recently sent out to U.S. dealerships, Nissan has decided not to move forward with a second-generation Rogue Sport for our market. The Qashqai, the European model it is based on, has already received a redesign that would align with a second generation Sport here, but apparently there are multiple reasons why it won't be … [Read more...] about Nissan Rogue Sport Dead in the U.S.
Most automakers today are in the crossover game, for better or for worse. Nissan has enjoyed a long history of moderate success with models like Rogue, Murano and this, the three-row Pathfinder. The all-new fifth generation continues to be a unibody crossover with a front-wheel drive-based platform like the one it replaces. However, it swaps out the CVT transmission that caused … [Read more...] about 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Review
Nissan Maxima Going Electric? Nissan USA has officially announced that the end of the line is near for the Maxima sedan. After 4 years on the market, production will cease in mid-2023. The carmaker added this comment to their statement to employees: "As part of Nissan’s Ambition 2030 plan, the company is prioritizing electric vehicles and advanced technologies, and by 2030, 40 … [Read more...] about Nissan Maxima Going Electric?
Nissan Titan reportedly dead: yesterday, a source within Nissan provided intel to Automotive News about the impending demise of the company's half-ton/tweener truck. There have been rumors swirling for awhile now about the truck's fate, and while this is not an official announcement, it is likely only a matter of time before the clock strikes twelve. The Titan, like the Toyota … [Read more...] about Nissan Titan Reportedly Dead
Nissan Reveals Refreshed 2023 Altima: for its mid-cycle refresh, the sixth-generation Altima sedan receives a new front end design and a larger touchscreen inside. The exterior changes include a new take on the 'V-Motion' grille as well as standard LED headlights. The taillights have been restyled slightly, but they do not get the full-LED treatment, unfortunately. There are a … [Read more...] about Nissan Reveals Refreshed 2023 Altima
2023 Nissan Z First Drive. The Nissan Z doesn't pretend to be anything it's not. It is an emotional two-door sports car that doesn't break the bank and is still, to this day, 100% Nissan. The Z receives a long-awaited redesign for 2023 that removes the numbers from its name. Sure, they could have called it 400Z to denote its impressive new horsepower figure from the twin-turbo … [Read more...] about 2023 Nissan Z First Drive
News Desk Honda announces development of two performance EVs, including one for Acura. Honda is already hard at work on two electric vehicle collaborations, one with GM, one with Sony. The Japanese company has now announced the development of its own performance electric cars. Two to be exact, including one for Acura that many believe will be the successor to the NSX. … [Read more...] about News Desk [April 12th, 2022]