As part of October Car Care month in North America, Nissan is offering owners a chance to win “maintenance for life” on their vehicles.
Nissan is one of the largest Japanese car companies, and produces affordable cars. Nissan is generally family friendly and tries to sell multi-purpose vehicles. Models to watch: Leaf
The Nissan Micra is currently touring Canadian dealer meetings alongside the new Rogue and is expected to return to the North American market mid-2014, a dealer source revealed to AutoGuide.
Today marks the third annual National Plug In Day, highlighting the accelerated growth in the electric vehicle market.
Despite introducing the next-generation Rogue earlier this month, Nissan will continue selling the current model for the immediate future.
The Nissan Leaf will be the first vehicle in Japan to be tested on public roads with an Advanced Driver Assist System.
The Infiniti M sedan is part of a Nissan worldwide recall that affects 908,900 vehicles.
Shopping for a new Nissan Versa Note? Might want to add Amazon to your list of “dealerships.”
With the growing crossover segment, the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) market is slowly dying. Still, it’s got life in it yet and no cute-ute can replace the pure utility of a go anywhere, do anything body-on-frame Sport Utility Vehicle. If you’re in the market for one and the Cadillac Escalade is a bit out…
The 2014 Rogue, Versa Note and Leaf will be the first vehicles from the Japanese automaker to receive iTunes Radio, where Nissan will enjoy exclusive advertising rights through 2013.
The future of the Nissan Xterra will be decided within a year as the Japanese automaker mulls over the SUV’s future.
The term “luxury pickup truck” is a strange one that manages to make U.S. auto companies fistfuls of cash.
Nissan announced today that the 2014 Quest minivan will be priced from $26,850 including delivery, keeping the same price as the 2013 model year.
The Nissan Restoration Club has decided to bring the Safari Rally Z back to its original running condition.
Nissan is adding a new vehicle to the ranks of its certified pre-owned (CPO) vehicle program, the all-electric Leaf.
With electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles getting their prices slashed this year, it’s no surprise that residual values are also being cut.
Nissan has announced pricing for its 2014 Armada and Titan models, with the Armada 4×2 SV starting at $37,885 and the 2014 Titan S King Cab 4×2 SWB priced from $30,265 – prices include a $995 destination and handling fee.
Few products in Nissan’s lineup as as stale as the Rogue compact crossover. And in such a highly competitive segment, in the eyes of car shoppers, stale might as well be moldy.
The all-new 2014 Nissan Rogue has just been revealed at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Riding a new technology wave, Nissan has announced a smartwatch concept that it claims is the world’s first wristwatch that connects the performance of both the car and its driver.
Nissan and Daimler will build small Infiniti and Mercedes vehicles at a new plant in Mexico, that will open later this year.
A horde of electric vehicles descended on Norway’s capital of Oslo to set a new world record. The Scandinavian city’s streets played host to some 260 EVs, half of which were Nissan Leafs and all of which helped break the previous record.
Another day, another safety investigation. This time Nissan is under the microscope for complaints about leaks in some 2013 Pathfinder and Infiniti JX crossover vehicles.
Rumored to bow at the upcoming Tokyo Auto Show with a 0-62 mph sprint of two seconds, the new Nismo-tuned Nissan GT-R was just spied lapping the Nurburgring.
Nissan has announced that sales of the Juke NISMO has topped 3,700 units in Europe, Japan, and the U.S.