Rumors and speculation that the R36 Nissan GT-R will be packaged with a hybrid powertrain have been floating around for years, but now there are fresh signs of life for the project.
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 Leaf led the way in a record-setting EV parade.
If you thought those Nissan NISMO mashups were bizarre, you’ll want to take a look at this.
The newest iteration of the Nissan Rogue has managed a four star score in the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) round of crash tests.
The Nissan Rogue will continue to be the cheapest in its segment.
Ever wonder what a Nissan Versa Note would look like if it had the power-train and styling cues of the Nissan 370Z? Apparently you’re not the only one, as the Facebook page of Nissan’s Motorsport division is showing us the results of some cross-breeding within its lineup.
When the next generation of the Nissan Leaf is revealed, it will have a whole new look and a larger driving range.
Yesterday we took eight fun-to-drive performance vehicles under $30,000 and put them through their paces on the street. After much deliberation, we chose the 2014 Ford Fiesta ST as the king of the street. Despite a somewhat harsh ride, nothing else matches the raw, hilariously fun driving experience behind the wheel.
If you love the Nissan IDx concepts’ radical retro styling, prepare to be disappointed.
Sporty cars are not dead. Rumors of their demise are premature. Thrill-packed machinery litters the automotive landscape, available to suit nearly every budget. When it comes to motoring fun, one of the most intriguing segments is the under $30,000 price bracket, where several enticing choices can be found in a variety of shapes and sizes.
Nissan has revealed pricing for its 2015 model year Frontier and Xterra models.
Nissan is currently working on a new small sports car codenamed the Z35 which will sport some interesting technology when it hits the market.
With eight sporty cars in the AutoGuide.com garage, we are understandably excited about this week. Did we also mention that we’re spending it at our home test track?
The Nissan Project Titan has finally come to life.
Pricing for the 2015 Nissan 370Z models has been announced.
Nissan’s NISMO division is currently working on a hot-hatch version of its new Pulsar model, and the brand wants this car to be a record breaker.
Nissan will turn to its Navara pickup to help develop a new truck for the U.S. market.
The Mazda5 and Nissan Leaf are longer be recommended by Consumer Reports due to the vehicles poor crash-test results.
Nissan has admitted that it loses money on every Leaf battery replacement.
Performance is more than racing stripes, chin splitters or gigantic exhaust tips. Speed is not something you can simply apply with sticky film or push clips; it takes careful engineering and attention to detail.
Nissan’s latest Nismo-tuned product is small, slick-looking and not slated to be sold in the U.S.
The demise of the Cube and Murano CrossCabriolet put an end to quirky, niche cars in Nissan’s lineup, but that deficit isn’t going to last.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said in the past that self-driving cars would be on the road by 2020, but in a new speech Ghosn rolled back those expectations.
Seeking to steer drivers toward being ready to accept self-driving cars, Nissan will introduce two new technologies in the near future that will assume vehicle control at low speeds.