By most standards, the Nissan Leaf is a slow seller. Then again, most standards don’t apply to electric cars.
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
Nissan just confirmed that it will unveil its next-generation Rogue during the Frankfurt Motor Show.
Nissan plans to take advantage of the Pathfinder Hybrid’s powertrain by transplanting the same system into its Murano and Rogue models.
Vehicles like the GT-R and 370Z are powerful products designed for car enthusiasts. They’re favorites here at the Nissan 360 event in Southern California, where journalists from around the world are being given the chance experience all things Nissan, including the opportunity to drive up to 130 different cars. But not everyone can afford something…
The winner of the first-ever GT Academy has been chosen to be the official test and development driver for the Nissan ZEOD RC Le Mans race car.
At the Nissan 360 event, the Japanese automaker has unveiled two new technologies that it is showcasing on its Leaf electric vehicle.
Insanity, it’s not just putting your alarm clock in the freezer or wearing mayonnaise instead of cargo shorts, it covers all kinds of things, even cars. There are plenty of ridiculous vehicles in the market today but one of the most ludicrous is the Nissan Juke-R.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) has released its list of the top stolen vehicles in 2012, with the Honda Accord and Civic taking first and second, respectively.
Nissan will be heading to the 2014 Detroit Auto Show with a sedan concept, previewed at a media event today in California.
As it turns out, Nissan poached more than just an executive from Chrysler’s Ram truck brand when Fred Diaz leaped lilly pads.
In case you were out of town last week or otherwise incapacitated by some sort of mysterious food-borne illness, the news cycle was dominated by Pebble Beach; in fact it practically overwhelmed all of AutoGuide.com.
New rules for the Japanese Super-GT Series means new race cars, and the latest brand to show off its track technology is Nissan with the GT-R NISMO GT500.
If you missed our most popular videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel this week, you’ll be glad you caught this recap. This week, there’s plenty going on with the 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, but our viewers were also curious to see if the Juke NISMO deserves its motorsports badge.
The 2014 Nissan Altima sees a price increase of $100 for the new model year, with the 2.5 CVT model starting from $22,650 including a $790 destination and handling fee.
Thanks to a surge in sales, Nissan is considering boosting production of its all-electric Leaf.
While sales of 1,864 units isn’t anything to boast about, the Nissan Leaf outsold the Chevrolet Volt last month by a margin of 76 units.
Since it’s debut the current generation GT-R has held many accolades on and off the track, but now Nissan is looking to set a record that would simply be astounding.
In an effort to help boost electric vehicle sales, Japanese automakers have teamed up to increase the number of charging stations in Japan.
Nissan has issued a recall for about 13,000 of its new 2014 Versa Note over issues involving seat, and undercarriage bolts.
Are mid-size sedans all the car most people need? Some would argue yes. Unless your family exceeds five people, the majority of driving endeavors can be accomplished with one of these family sedans.
Nissan just announced pricing for its range of 370Z cars in the 2014 model year.
Our regular Ask AutoGuide feature is all about helping distressed shoppers find the perfect vehicle, be it a cavernous crossover, a sensible sedan or something else entirely. Patrons send us a list of what they need and we get to work separating gold nuggets from gravel to generate a list of recommendations. But this week…
Nissan‘s halo car, the GT-R, is one of the world’s most formidable sports cars, and much of its success is owed to four individuals known as takumi in Japan.
The crossover and SUV segment is one of industry’s fastest growing, and if you’re in the market for one, chances are you’ll want to know which ones are the most reliable out there. J.D. Power has compiled data collected from surveying thousands of vehicle owners to determine this year’s list of most reliable new crossovers…