With the arrival of the Kicks, Nissan adds to its offer and fills the gap left by the departure of the Juke. While the newcomer does not directly replace the one that left us, it delivers similar driving dynamics.
We review the 2018 Nissan Qashqai, slightly smaller sibling to the ever-popular Rogue, and whose strong position in the category is being challenged by new entrants like the EcoSport and Kona but also by within its own lineup, by the new, smaller Kicks. Will it maintain its momentum?
The Nissan 370Zki and Armada Snow Patrol are part of a growing tradition at Nissan of presenting out-of-the-ordinary new winter-specific concepts at the Chicago Auto Show. Get off the beaten – or groomed – winter path!
Good news for fans and potential buyers of Nissan’s entry-level sports model: the 370Z has received several design and performance upgrades, with no change to its base price. We’ve got details on the changes for you!
When equipped with Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist system, the new 2018 Rogue will be able to automatically manage acceleration, braking and steering on the highway, as long as the car stays in the same lane. We’ve got info on other features and on pricing of the new Rogue.
Largely confined in its early years to Japan, Nissan’s production of vehicles surged when it expanded production to the United States and China. With popular models like the Rogue, the new Qashqai and the upcoming next-generation LEAF, Nissan is set to continue its growth.
The latest in a flurry of new technological advances announced by Nissan is a new Intelligent Rear View Mirror system that solves the problem of obstructions in the cabin to provide a clear view of the area behind the vehicle. The system will debut in the 2018 Armada SUV.