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Test Drive: 2015 Nissan Rogue by AutoNation

The Nissan Rogue has been with us since 2007 as the automaker’s idea of an affordable, compact crossover. It’s been a good seller and a very popular far for the brand as it followed in the footsteps of success laid out by Nissan’s also popular Murano crossover. Just last year however, the Rogue was entirely […]

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Report: Nissan confirms more NISMO cars

CAR magazine reports Nissan is preparing a new line of NISMO cars for the coming years. Brit Darren Cox spoke to CAR in the UK. Cox is in charge of the NISMO brand globally. Cox cites the gaining popularity of the NISMO GT Academy and growth from gaming industry as ways of adding value to the […]

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Video: Nissan shows us what kind of testing it did for its 2016 Titan

Nissan has been occasionally releasing episodes of its current video web series, Truckumentary, which highlights Nissan’s long history of producing trucks and how that all adds up to bring us the all-new second generation 2016 Titan, due for a launch sometime this year. Now, the brand released its fourth video, highlighting the tough testing their R&D […]

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Video: Nissan follows up with part three to Truckumentary–how the 2016 Titan was designed

Nissan released the next episode to their “Truckumentary” series, a part-advert and part-documentary on how the Nissan Titan came to life, beginning with the overview of Nissan’s history of making pickup trucks. The 2016 Nissan Titan was revealed at the Detroit Auto Show last month and is the second generation model, geared directly to the […]

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Test Drive: 2015 Nissan GT-R by AutoNation

The Nissan GT-R is a car that really needs no explanation. When it first came out in 2007, it unleashed a can of whoop-ass on the supercar segment by performing nearly just as well if not better than cars nearly twice its price. It also has a legendary history from being the latest and greatest […]

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Report: The Nissan Juke could do away with manuals completely

Some sad news is in for fans of the Nissan Juke and the manual rower as slow demand for the Juke’s front-wheel drive and six-speed manual setup haven’t been strong enough to keep it going. That said, AutoGuide says the new Juke could lose its manual rower in favor of Nissan’s now ubiquitous Xtronic CVT, meaning […]

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2015 Chicago: The Nissan 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept might actually make it to production

Nissan brought a new “concept” to Chicago, pitching the idea of a 370Z Nismo Roadster, which basically looks almost production ready. As indicated by the pictures and the name, it’s just a 370Z Nismo coupe in convertible form, meaning all of the 370Z Nismo Coupe’s goodies are also included with the roadster. Everything from the […]

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Report: Mitsubishi is preparing to tie the knot with Nissan

It appears Mitsubishi is looking for a little help from some friends as AutomotiveNews reports the small, struggling Japanese automaker may team up with the larger, more resourceful, Nissan brand, for some help. This comes after rumors suggested the possibility of seeing Mitsubishi sell some slightly reengineered and rebadged Renaults. According to sources, should the deal […]

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Report: Nissan to reveal a new NISMO model at Chicago

In addition to the revealing of the new 2016 Nissan Maxima, the Japanese automaker is rumored to be prepping a “never-seen before” NISMO model for a debut at the 2015 Chicago Auto Show in a couple weeks. As usual, details are in the unknown, but speculation hints at the possible arrival of a Versa Note […]

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Nissan releases some photos of new 2016 Maxima following Super Bowl commercial tease

Recently, Nissan decided to play some shadow tactics by sneaking in the reveal of the all-new 2016 Maxima in their recent Super Bowl ad that debuted this past weekend. Now, Nissan released some new official photos of the Maxima so we could get a closer look at the production model. Details are still sparse, but […]

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