The Nissan Altima is one of America’s best selling cars, and the brand continues to be one of the few manufacturers with a full lineup of passenger cars. The Versa sedan battles in the lightly populated sub-compact segment while the Sentra is Nissan’s entry in the hotly contested world of compact sedans. The Maxima continues as the brand’s largest sedan offering, one of the few large premium sedans left on the market.
Nissan offers no less than six crossovers and SUVs. The newest member of the family is the smallest, in the shape of the front-drive, sub-compact Kicks. Next up the ladder is Rogue Sport, followed by the best-selling Rogue. The mid-size Murano and all-new three-row Pathfinder round out the crossovers, while the truck-based Armada SUV sits at the top of the lineup. Speaking of trucks, Nissan offers both the full-size Titan and mid-size Frontier pickups, the latter of which is all-new this year.
The all-new Z is Nissan’s more affordable sports car offering, while the GT-R, remains a high-tech sports coupe capable of embarrassing pricier exotics.
The LEAF was one of the first mainstream electric cars and the second generation continues to offer impressive EV capability and a fantastic price. Joining it this year will be the brand’s second electric vehicle, a crossover called the Ariya.