Nissan's heavy-duty pickup gets big updates for 2020. Diesel engine is gone but V8 is more powerful, 9-inch infotainment is new, and styling is updated.
Nissan’s compact sedan enters 2020 as a third-generation offering starting at $14,730 in the US for the entry-level Versa S; $18,240 for the SR 1.6 Xtronic.
For 2020, the Rogue will start at $25,200 in the US for the entry-level S FWD trim, topping out at $32,940 for the Rogue SL AWD. Any updates versus 2019?
The new Godizilla is the most powerful production model to date and it's angry. 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO gets big upgrades & sheds weight, on sale summer 2019.
The Nissan GT-R50 goes on display today in Tokyo's Ginza district alongside Seiko's custom-made Grand Seiko Sports Collection Spring-Drive Chronograph GMT.
If you're a PlayStation Gran Turismo phenom then Nissan is looking for you and thousands others to compete in an official FIA championship. Game on.
Debuting at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show, the Nissan Armada Snow Patrol takes a suburban hauler to new heights.
Two concepts of note from the 2018 Detroit Auto Show come from Lexus and Nissan - the Lexus LF-1 Limitless and Nissan XMotion.
Offered in Brazil since 2016, the all-new Nissan Kicks finally makes it to North America for 2018 arriving at dealers Spring to June. Powered by a 1.6L 4-cylinder engine, the nimble Kicks looks 1000x better than the Juke, and joins a growing stable of Nissan crossovers like the Rogue Sport and Qashqai.
Pricing for 4 models of Nissan's legendary GT-R includes the 565-hp 2018 GT-R Pure starting at under US$100K; the NISMO beast at US$175,490.