as australia’s energy debate heats up, particularly supply issues and future energy sources, a bystander in the debate could be the electric vehicle. nissan in particular has been vocal on the lack of state and federal government incentives...Show More Summary
We're just a few months away from the debut of the all-new 2018 Nissan Leaf - and the automaker just announced a killer feature for its next-generation electric vehicle. In addition to a complete restyling and a longer driving range, the 2018 Leaf will be able to drive itself with Nissan's new ProPILOT Assist autonomous technology.[...]
in australia the large car (that's sedans and wagons) is almost dead and buried, and in its place there’s the large suv delivering the same big car space with added practicality - and in the case of suvs like the pathfinder, added seats too. Show More Summary
Life should be a little easier for buyers of the upcoming new Nissan Leaf, as Nissan has confirmed that the car will feature ProPILOT Assist technology. Although it should eventually offer advanced functionality, for now the system reportedly...Show More Summary
It's capable enough to remove some monotony from driving, but don't expect another version of Autopilot quite yet.
After hemming and hawing for what seemed like forever, Nissan will bring American electric vehicle enthusiasts a long-overdue new Leaf later this year. Say goodbye to that old, swoopy body and 107-mile range (at best), and give a cheerful hello to a not-yet-revealed body, undisclosed driving range, and these headlights. Show More Summary
We've known since the Consumer Electronics Show back in January that the 2018 Leaf will get semi-autonomous technology. Now Nissan has provided a look - a glimpse, anyway - at the Leaf ProPilot Assist system. In the image released by...Show More Summary
nissan continues its drip-feed of information about the 2018 leaf ev, announcing propilot autonomous cruise control as one of the new model’s headline features. already available on the serena minivan and x-trail suv in the japaneseShow More Summary
The next-generation Nissan Leaf has been spied this week, giving us a better look at what to expect from the Japanese company’s upcoming overhaul for its electric hatchback. Despite being shrouded in heavy black-and-white camouflage, we can see the overall shape for the new Leaf, which in most ways looks like an enlarged version of the […]
There's a new nugget of information surrounding the 2018 Nissan Leaf, but it doesn't have to do with its battery, range, or its powertrain at all. Instead, it's all about self-driving capability. The 2018 Nissan Leaf will arrive with what the brand calls ProPilot Assist, a semi-autonomous driving system. At launch, the system will be capable of...
Chris writes: Hi Sajeev, I’m in the market for a new(er) car to replace my 2005 Nissan Quest. Safety is a very important precondition for my purchase since it will be used to transport my kids around our very congested city. I was thinking...Show More Summary
Ah, good news. One of the main problems with EVs, besides the energy density of batteries, is charging when you’re out and about. Finding electricity is easy, but finding higher voltage electricity, which will charge your car faster, is harder. The only real answer seems to be adding dedicated high voltage “fast charging stations” onto […]
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This is the Haval H2, a Chinese-made small crossover SUV to rival the Honda HR-V, Mazda CX-3, Mitsubishi ASX, Suzuki Vitara and Nissan Qashqai. If you have never heard of Haval, welcome. And if you have, congratulations on being so well-informed about such a niche player in the market. This is the battle that Haval […]
In addition to hauling lots of mulch and gravel, the Titan makes for a better-than-passable people-hauler, too.
Nissan USA has priced the 2017 Nissan Titan King Cab from $33,745; or $36,775 with four-wheel drive. In King Cab format — aka extended cab — only the three entry-level trims make it out of the Titan’s Canton, Mississippi assembly plant: S, SV, Pro-4X. Show More Summary
There's nothing wrong with the Big Three's pickups, but some people want a bit more variety in their driveway.
The small SUV is primed to be a hit as it goes on sale