Nissan Returning to SEMA With NISMO Display

Absent from the show for several years Nissan is returning to this year’s SEMA Show to showcase its NISMO vehicles.

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Top 10 Future Collectible Cars

Ever wonder what new car could become a collectible in the future? Hagerty Insurance has released its “hot list” of this year’s vehicles that stand out as likely being a collectible within the next 25 years.

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Nissan Resonance Concept, Note Head to Geneva Motor Show

At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Nissan will have the global debut for the new Note that will be competing in the B-segment in Europe.

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Top 10 Track-Ready New Cars Under $60,000

Driving is a mundane task for some people, but for others it’s a sport, and there’s no better proving ground than a track.

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Nissan 370Z NISMO Finally Headed to Canada

Sure we don’t get the special edition Mitsubishi EVOs with even more horsepower, or the Civic Type R, but things could be worse: you could live in Canada. That’s right, while many high-performance vehicles have been denied to us, our friends to the North have had to do without Nissan‘s 370Z NISMO.

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Infiniti Performance Line To Debut Later This Year

Infiniti is set to launch its new go-fast division, Infiniti Performance Line, later this year, promising an enticing list of performance parts, set to include mundane things like air filters, and stretching all the way to “automotive engine parts, namely turbochargers and superchargers.”

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Nismo 370Z Brakes Fail During Test At Virginia International Raceway

So many cars are marketed on their performance potential, yet very few sports cars ever get driven they way they were intended. To do so in a legal environment involves going to the track, where the big boys get seperated from the poseurs very quickly.

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Nissan to Unveil 370Z Roadster, Plus A Mystery Z, at New York Auto Show

Not only will Nissan use the New York Auto Show to debut its new 370Z Roadster, but the automaker will also have a surprise Z on hand. What this Z will be, the folks at Nissan aren’t willing to say, but there’s a good chance it will be a NISMO version of the all-new coupe with some mild suspension tweaks, light-weight wheels and more aggressive aerodynamics.

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