The Nissan GT-R may not be the most friendly car for daily use, but it knows its strengths. As the fastest car on TFLcar's 0-60 mph 1 Mile Above Sea Level list, the GT-R is no stranger to speed. Now Nissan can claim the title for fastest drift set
With all the excitement around the upcoming Tesla Model 3, we though it would be interesting to see what's available for people who want an EV and don't want to wait for it. Luckily, there's a local dealership that specializes in used hybrids and electrics. We caught up with the owner
Nissan applied a serious update to the 2017 GT-R, one of the world's top-performing production cars currently holding the #1 spot on TFLcar's zero to 60 mph, 1 mile above sea level test. The debut at the New York auto show revealed a swath of performance and cosmetic updates. Delivering
Andre and Nathan have had their differences in the past. Maybe all that travel time together during their Motor Mountain USA trips weren't good for their bromance and brotherly bonding. Watch to see who gets the last word when they head out to snow country for a snowy drag race
Chevrolet is aiming to step up the excitement and driving experience with their latest EV, the all-new Bolt. Too often affordable electric vehicles are often equated to 'boring' and uninspired driving dynamics because of their emphasis on efficiency. And today's object of opposition in TFLcar's 'mashup' review fits that description
Q: What do you do if you haven't got a date for Valentine's Day?
A: Drive a Nissan.
According to a study conducted by the Psychometrics Center at Cambridge University in the UK, it was discovered that Nissan owners were among the most agreeable people you could wish to meet.
Nissan came prepared this winter for the Chicago Auto Show by bringing a trio of crossovers equipped with heavy-duty snow tracks. Three custom "Winter Warrior" crossovers, the Murano, Rogue and Pathfinder feature custom heavy-duty track systems with custom matte-black finish frames.
The DOMINATOR® Tracks, from American Track Truck, Inc., are
The Toyota Camry picked up where it left off in 2015, leading midsize sedan sales in January over the Nissan Altima and the Honda Accord.
The Camry's sales were nearly flat over January 2015, while both the Altima and the Accord saw declines. The Altima had a 16 percent drop over