Nissan is rolling out a new sedan concept car at Auto China 2014, designed specifically for the Chinese market.
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
Ever since it burst onto the scene in 2008, the Nissan GT-R has been a force to be reckoned with. Heralded and acclaimed as one of the greatest sports cars to ever come from Japan when it first debuted, Nissan has continued to give its famed GT-R model tweaks and changes over the years, making…
Is there room for more contenders in the electric vehicle segment? With combined sales of the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S making up over 80 percent of all EV sales so far in 2014, it looks like the market is pretty much spoken for.
Although the Mazda6 won AutoGuide.com’s huge midsize-sedan comparison there are some buyers that want extra power from a four-door car without having to pay a lot more, or sacrifice fuel efficiency. The Altima 3.5 deserves the attention of these people. Nissan’s fully loaded offering is equipped with many of the same modern features found in…
Three row crossovers are on the menu here at AutoGuide.com this week and we’re testing a whopping eight of them in succession. Which one will emerge as the best? You’ll find out soon enough!
Japan’s third largest automaker, Nissan, is looking to continue its investment in the United States with a goal of producing 85 percent of its North American lineup here in America.
Owning your dream car isn’t just all about making the payments. The cost of insuring some of the world’s most extravagant sports cars could punch another hole in your wallet each month. A study conducted by Insure.com that calculated averages from six large insurance carriers (Allstate, Geico, Farmers, Nationwide, Progressive and State Farm) to determine…
Nissan has announced the development of the Smart rearview mirror, which will be on display at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.
Nissan has announced pricing for its 2015 model year GT-R, with the GT-R Nismo priced from $151,585 including destination.
Nissan has announced that the 2014 NV200 will be priced from $21,100 including destination.
Nissan has outfitted the Juke with even more go-fast goodies, and has announced that the new NISMO RS trim will sell for $26,930.
The full-size pickup segment has never been so competitive. A brand-new Chevy Silverado, a heavily revised Ram and a refreshed Toyota Tundra are tantalizing options, and then there’s an aluminum-body F-150 waiting in the wings. But fixin’ for a fight, Nissan is throwing its 10-gallon hat into the rodeo ring with a brand-new Titan.
At the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, Nissan unveiled its Juke crossover to the world. This year, it will debut the facelifted Juke once again in Geneva.
This week on AutoGuide Now, we’re driving SUVs, crossovers and taking a close look at a sexy Italian supercar. See what we’re up to and chime in on Twitter or in the comments section below.
Nissan is recalling about 13,535 Frontier pickup trucks over concerns that an electrical short circuit may cause a fire.
Nissan plans to discontinue the Versa sedan in Canada in favor of the bargain-priced Micra that will launch in that market this year.
Originally believed to be debuting at the 2014 New York Auto Show, Nissan has announced that “the arrival of another next-generation model in Geneva.”
This past week, AutoGuide readers crowded to watch our new epic YouTube trailer, while car shoppers wanted to take a closer look at the new Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT and the Nissan Micra sub-compact, which will at the very least, be heading to the Canadian market. Watch the videos below and subscribe to the AutoGuide YouTube channel here.
Love is in the air; either that or exhaust fumes mixed with a whiff of burnt transmission fluid. Yes, it’s Valentine’s Day and people around the world are hugging, kissing and handing out heart-shaped boxes of chocolate. But how boring is that? This holiday is a bigger cliché than every Disney princess movie combined and…
Unlike past installments of Ask AutoGuide we’re taking a moment to help one of our own this week. Don’t like it? Well then, how about you send us some car-buying questions then? How’s that sound? In any event road-test editor Mike Schlee could use a new ride. He’s the proud owner of a first-generation Mazda…
Nissan will unveil the next generation 2015 Murano at the upcoming 2014 New York Auto Show, alongside an unknown concept car.
The Nissan Micra debuted at the Montreal Auto Show earlier this year, but the company announced pricing today at the 2014 Canadian International Auto Show in Toronto.
Automatic transmissions are HUGELY popular in North America. Europe is still a strong hold for the manual gearbox but on this side of the Atlantic self-shifters account for at least 90 percent of new-vehicle sales; the standard trans lost the market-share race decades ago and in spectacular fashion.
There’s a new cheapest car in North America and it’s managed to undercut the competition by a significant margin.