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.
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
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.
Nissan will have a new GT-R for the 2016 model year, although details about the new supercar killer are sketchy.
Crossovers are taking over the market. Buyers can get big ones, small ones, long ones and tall ones. They can opt for models with three rows of seats, all-wheel drive or in rare instances even manual transmissions. Like it or not these versatile vehicles are rapidly becoming the de-facto choice of drivers in America.
Nissan has announced pricing for its 2014 model year Maxima, with the 3.5 S model starting at $31,810 including an $810 destination and handling fee.
Set to make its track debut in the U.K. in early September, Nissan is nearing completion on its first ZEOD RC chassis.
Saying trucks are important in the U.S. is like calling Les Paul a guy who knew about guitars.
Nissan has shifted much of its production to North America on the strength of the Japanese yen and other volatility in the global currency market.
Not only do all the crashes on US roads cost citizens $160 billion every year, they rank as the top reason of death for four- to 34-year olds. With 93 percent of those accidents a result of human error, Nissan promises a solution: let the cars drive themselves.
Nissan is testing a new battery pack for its Leaf electric car that the brand says can perform the same as the current battery when exposed to sustained high-heat conditions.
Nissan has recently filed a trademark application for a badge marked with “R-HYBRID”, suggesting that the GT-R may be getting a hybrid power train.
Nissan is still betting big on electric vehicles with plans to expand its Global EV portfolio to five vehicles.
According to the latest reports, Nissan is preparing a spiritual successor to the 240Z, an all-new Z car that’s currently codenamed Z35.
It comes as little surprise that the most popular car video on AutoGuide’s YouTube channel this week was our first look at the BMW M4 Concept.
The Nissan NV200 Taxi, also known as New York’s Taxi of Tomorrow, has begun production.
Nissan released the top 15 markets where its Leaf electric car sells best today.
While not the most exciting thing Nissan had to offer at its 360 Event brand experience event taking place this week in Southern California, the Japanese automaker did choose to bring along its fleet of commercial vehicles with more than a few odd surprises.
Concept cars easily some of the most exciting vehicles, packing next-generation technology and styling that may (or may not) ever see production.
This past week at the Nissan 360 event in Southern California Nissan brought out over 130 different cars for journalists to test out, including a list of those we’ll never see sold on our shores.
Move over Toyota Tundra, there’s a new towing champion in town: the Nissan Patrol.
By most standards, the Nissan Leaf is a slow seller. Then again, most standards don’t apply to electric cars.
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.