Nissan is expanding a recall over faulty Takata airbags. Continue Reading...
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Nissan announced a slight price increase for the Sentra today along with new equipment for the 2015 model year. Continue Reading...
The Department of Transportation is investigating 200,000 Nissans after owners complained about potentially serious braking issues. Continue Reading...
After getting a thorough revision last year, the Nissan Sentra gets minor enhancements for the 2014 model year. Continue Reading...
The Nissan Sylphy debuted today at the Beijing Auto Show in China, and when it hits our showrooms here in the U.S. later this year it will be the new Nissan Sentra. Nissan released a teaser video of the American spec Sentra this morning, which does not reveal to much of the car, but enough… Continue Reading...
At the 2012 Beijing Motor Show, Nissan unveiled an all-new global sedan and Nissan North America announced that this new model will be the basis for the 2013 Nissan Sentra. The all-new Sentra won’t make its official debut in the U.S. until later this summer and will go on sale in the fall. The new… Continue Reading...
Nissan is gearing up for a busy year with five new and redesigned models coming to us over the next 15 months. The latest commercial from the company previews the new models, but without much detail. You can see from the picture that not much more than general shape and stance can be learned from watching… Continue Reading...
A recall alert has been issued out by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on more than 33,800 Nissan Sentras from 2010 and 2011 model years. These Sentras may be equipped with faulty battery terminals that can cause an unexpected engine stall while the vehicle is moving. Subsequently the flaw can also prevent the… Continue Reading...
Today, Nissan announced that it will be the first automaker to offer Quick Response codes on individual vehicle window stickers across its entire 2012 lineup. The QR codes link consumers to additional vehicle information, providing a free interactive shipping experience through smartphone devices. “Nissan’s new QR code program puts important decision-making information at shoppers’ fingertips… Continue Reading...