Generally there’s not a lot to get excited about with commercial vans, unless of course you’re a fleet operator, sub-contractor or anyone else in need of spacious transportation that doesn’t break the bank. If you fall into one of these camps there’s really never been a better time to buy. Continue Reading...
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Nissan has announced that the 2014 NV200 will be priced from $21,100 including destination. Continue Reading...
What does Hong Kong have in common with New York City, Chicago, Miami and Los Angeles? Other than being a large, cosmopolitan metropolis it’s also the latest municipality to select Ford’s Transit Connect Taxi for duty. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Taxi of Tomorrow is in jeopardy as a state court rejected Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s program, stating that it is an overreach of executive authority. Continue Reading...
The Nissan NV200 Taxi, also known as New York’s Taxi of Tomorrow, has begun production. Continue Reading...
The Nissan NV200 will live on as the “Taxi of Tomorrow” as the Taxi and Limousine Commission has amended the rules, allowing cab operators to purchase a hybrid alternative to the NV200 minivan, at least until Nissan comes out with its hybrid variant. Continue Reading...
Nissan and Gibson have teamed up to create a one-of-a-kind NV200, converting the compact cargo van to a mobile repair and restoration van for guitars. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s NV200 and e-NV200 are set to be used at the official taxi in Barcelona, Spain as the city strives towards reducing emissions. At the same time, the Japanese automaker will be boosting production of its compact van at its Barcelona plant. Continue Reading...
Nissan’s e-NV200 is in the process of becoming the next FedEx delivery van, and today the brand unveiled its e-NV200 panel van in co-operation with FedEx at the IAA Commercial Vehicle International Motor Show in Hanover. Continue Reading...
After a steering wheel became detached last month in a Nissan model in Helsinki, Finland, the company issued a worldwide recall for approximately 51,000 vehicles. Continue Reading...
Taking full advantage of the London Olympics, Nissan has unveiled its concept for the future of the iconic London ‘Black Cab.” Continue Reading...
The Nissan NV200 is a functional cargo van looking to steal some business away from the Ford Transit Connect here in North America, and was just unveiled at the 2012 Chicago Auto Show. Over 40 countries worldwide are already supplied with the NV200; today is strictly the little van’s North American debut. The NV200 has… Continue Reading...
Nissan is trying to stay at the forefront of the rapidly-progressing electric vehicle market by announcing a plug-in version of their compact van today at the Detroit Auto Show, the e-NV200. “A potential game changing vehicle in its segment, the battery capacity will support a driving range similar to the Nissan LEAF, while payload and… Continue Reading...
With the outdated Crown Victoria taxi being put to rest, the competition to select the future NYC cab has turned into a fierce fight. Three different models were chosen to be tested including the Nissan NV200, Ford Transit Connect and the Turkish entry, the Karsan V1. Ultimately the NV200 was chosen to serve for the next ten… Continue Reading...
Nissan is planning a dozen new cars for the next few years, including redesigned Altima and Sentra sedans, some new trucks, and an electric vehicle for Infiniti. The Altima, Sentra, and Titan are getting long in the tooth, and even the Maxima and Murano. Those will get replaced with all new cars before 2014. Infiniti… Continue Reading...
The city of New York has chosen Nissan as the supplier for the next generation of taxi cabs. This decision will give Nissan an exclusive 10-year contract for the city’s massive fleet totaling 13,200 taxis. The Nissan design was chosen over the Ford Transit Connect van as well as a design from Turkish builder Karzan…. Continue Reading...
Small cars are becoming more attractive in North America as gas prices continue to skyrocket, and Nissan is making plans to meet demand. According to a recent report, the Japanese automaker will add two new models to its production facilities in Mexico. Designed for sale in the Americas region, this could include the United States…. Continue Reading...