Nissan’s GT-R has received a new round of updates for the Japanese market that hint at what’s in store for the 2016 model year here in the U.S. No extra power is on offer but there is a new variant dubbed the GT-R Track Edition by NISMO. British journo Chris Harris has put together a new video review of the Ferrari LaFerrari. The clip...
The Nissan GT-R has been upgraded for the 2015 model year, with most of the changes aimed at improving the car’s day-to-day comfort. To paraphrase Nissan, much of the evolution of the R35 GT-R has been focused on the R or racing aspect of the car. This year’s modifications are more about GT or grand [...]
Originally published on EV Obsession. The Nissan LEAF is the top-selling electric car in the world. It’s also the top-selling electric car in the US. However, from estimates of European EV sales, it’s not the top-selling electric car (if you include PHEVs) in Europe. Show More Summary
Since its introduction for 2009, the R35 Nissan GT-R has continued to be upgraded and refined and with each successive model year. Typically, these upgrades are introduced first in the GT-R’s home market of Japan, so the latest version of the GT-R that has just gone on sale in Japan may hint at some of the upgrades scheduled for the 2016...
The bulk of the 2015 GT-R's updates will make their way to the United States for the 2016 model year.
Godzilla’s annual workout programme has been swapped for a course in hospitality, if news this week for Nissan’s GT-R hero is anything to go by. Years past have seen Nissan focus on the GT-R’s power and track-eating abilities, but changes for the 2015 model year promise a new level of comfort and refinement. Show More Summary
The Nissan GT-R has long been the benchmark for high-tech performance. The latest model continues to live up to its iconic nickname: Godzilla.
U.S. sales of small/midsize/non-full-size pickup trucks jumped 19.4% in October 2014, a gain of 3672 units compared with October 2013. Sales of the Toyota Tacoma were up 5%. Nissan Frontier sales shot up 25%. Not surprisingly, the slowly disappearing Honda Ridgeline was down 35%. Show More Summary
Mazda has used the Los Angeles Auto Show to unveil its entry in the ever-growing compact SUV segment. The CX3 slots in below the CX-5 in Mazda's lineup, and will take on Nissan's Juke, Ford's EcoSport and Subaru's XV Crosstrek in the...Show More Summary
Yaya Toure has named his all-time dream team, but while Barcelona's Lionel Messi makes the side, there is no place for Real Madrid rival Cristiano Ronaldo. Toure named his lineup in a sponsorship video for Nissan, and his Barcelona bias...Show More Summary
Maroon 5’s new album V hit stores earlier in September and already it has yielded several hit songs albeit through controversial means. For their newest single ‘Sugar’ Adam Levine and company once again went a more unconventional route to unveil it. Show More Summary
Emissions concerns in London are causing headaches for Nissan, as the company continues its efforts to bring its Black Cab to the city's streets. A proposed ultra-low emissions zone could lead to standards in the city center that are...Show More Summary
Vehicle Style: Medium SUV Price: $35,380 (plus on-roads) Engine/trans: 96kW/320Nm 1.6 turbo diesel 4cyl | CVT auto Fuel Economy claimed: 5.3 l/100km | tested: 6.1 l/100km OVERVIEW It's been a six-month wait between the launch of Nissan’s new X-Trail, and the arrival of the diesel models to complete the range. Show More Summary
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Fans of Nissan's weird little SUV can rest easy; the Juke is updated for 2015, but it's just as quirky as ever. Related: More 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show Coverage Styling updates include new headlights with LED accents, a thinner...
Cops chased a stolen Nissan Armada thorough the streets of Kansas City yesterday until the SUV slammed into a two-story brick building full of classic cars. The impact brought a huge chunk of the edifice down on the woman driving, who miraculously got away with minor injuries. Read more...
The 2015 Toyota Sienna bucks the trend, earning a Top Safety Pick Plus award.
First introduced in 2012, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's small-overlap frontal crash test has become the bane of many auto engineers' existence. It's a particularly steep design challenge because it forces just 25 percent of a vehicle's front end to take the brunt of a 40-mile-per-hour impact. Show More Summary