Could the new Altima put Nissan in better contention with Toyota, Chevrolet, and Honda? Despite the current-generation Altima's six year tenure stretching back to 2012, it's still a steady seller. In 2017, for instance, Nissan shifted more than 250,000 units, and that's in a market where sedan sales are slumping. Massively.
It's a 370Z! It's a snowmobile! It's...both? Even after 10 years in production, Nissan's latest version of its iconic Z-car lineup is still kicking. There's a lot to like about the Nissan 370Z - its 332 horsepower V6 engine, its six-speed manual transmission, and the fact that its rear-wheel drive. However,
While most cars are updated every four years or so, some just seem to sit there, almost as if they're lost in time. Take the Nissan Versa, for instance. That model, and it's Versa Note counterpart, have hummed along for almost six years without any major updates. In automotive terms, they're...well, let's
Meet the new Nissan Xmotion Concept. That's "Cross" motion to you. [Animation Credit: Nissan] Oh look, it's another crossover! Nissan's been known to produce some visually striking concepts in recent years, and 2018 is no exception. The company rolled out their latest offering at this year's North American International Auto Show.
Remember when controlling objects with your mind used to be the essence of myth and science fiction? Not anymore. Well, sort of. Nissan hasn't achieved telekenesis here. Rather, what their recently unveiled research has achieved is a way to interpret the signals from drivers' brains to control various aspects of a