With public relations representatives heavily involved, it isn’t often manufacturers are very candid about their products and the competitions. There are, of course, some exceptions such as Bob Lutz. He just tells it like it is, and those of us following the automotive industry have appreciated that. Nissan/Infiniti executive vice-president of global planning and marketing [.
In 2015 the Toyota FCV will morph from concept car to a production model for Japan then the United States. Toyota will by then face hydrogen-fuelled, electric-powered competition from Hyundai and Honda, while Nissan claims it will d... Read Post
The Nissan Altima has been a sleeper success in the mid-size segment. While the redesigned 2013 Toyota Camry, 2013 Ford Fusion and the Hyundai Sonata have gotten a lot of attention, it hasn’t as much until its recent redesign. The p... Read Post