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Eight winners will be announced next week, including overall Car and Utility Vehicle of the Year. Continue Reading...
The days of the $10,000 new car are long gone. However, when you take into account the added safety and convenience features of today’s cars, they might just be better value than ever before. Continue Reading...
Having a big family means you need a vehicle with cavernous passenger space. But it doesn’t necessarily mean that you have a huge budget. Continue Reading...
Get used to that face: this year’s Rogue Sport should match the European Qashqai, which offers two electrified drivetrains. Continue Reading...
Prices rise slightly for Nissan’s petite crossover, but it now features better standard equipment. Continue Reading...
Both these Nissan crossovers have a lot to offer. Continue Reading...
The new Frontier will arrive summer 2021; standard V6 is most powerful in the class. Continue Reading...
A far cry from its predecessor, the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder borrows its cues from the original. Nissan pulled the wraps off the fifth-generation Pathfinder Thursday afternoon along with the 2022 Nissan Frontier mid-size pickup truck. Set to arrive by the summer of 2021, the 2022 Pathfinder is all set to stir up some serious interest… Continue Reading...
Two of Nissan’s oldest models will both see replacements in two weeks’ time. Continue Reading...
Pickups continue to dominate the list, with larger SUVs showing up too. Another year is in the books—good riddance to 2020—and that means end-of-year sales figures are out. Naturally, 2020 saw an overall dip compared to 2019, thanks to COVID-19 essentially bringing the entire industry to a halt in spring. The good news is that… Continue Reading...