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More power and more towing capacity headline a short list of changes.

It looks a little different, but it's what's underneath the mild restyling that counts.

Godzilla goes to finishing school.

The Nissan GT-R's appeal has always stemmed from its violent acceleration and singular focus on forward motion. For 2017, it also learned some manners.

A quieter, lighter, cheaper, but thirstier XD.

Nissan has released an XD without a Cummins badge or any hint of big-truck soundtrack. We see how the 5.6-liter gas V8 compares to its diesel sibling.

Nothing to get excited about, but still a recipe for success.

The 2016 Nissan Sentra won't wow you in any one way. But it's still a competent compact car that offers a lot of features for not a lot of money.

We take our long-term 2015 Nissan Murano for a spin in this Daily Driver.

Putting Nissan's Diesel-Powered In-Between Truck To The Test

The 2016 Nissan Titan XD straddles the line between half-ton and heavy duty pickups thanks to its 5.0-liter diesel V8 from Cummins. We put it to the test in the Arizona desert.

Meaningful Updates Signal A Shift

Nissan gives the Altima a number of updates for 2016. The end result is a car that's still focused on mainstream appeal, but offers more pizzaz than ever before.

Stretching The Idea Of A Four-Door Sports Car

Nissan is once again calling its 2016 Maxima a "four-door sports car." But is that really the best way to describe this attractive, big sedan? We take one out for a full test to find out.

We Lap Mont-Tremblant In Nissan's Tiny Canadian Racecar

Senior Editor Greg Migliore spends a wet day with the Nissan Micra Cup racecar at the Mont-Tremblant circuit in Quebec, Canada. It may only have 109 horsepower, but this affordable little racer offers tons of entertainment.

A Very Rough Start To An Otherwise Happy Honeymoon

Autoblog has added a 2015 Nissan Murano to its long-term test fleet, and the crossover has already had a number of problems during its first few months in our hands.

Turbocharged Oddity Ups Its Funk Factor

I didn't always like the Nissan Juke. When it launched in 2010, I just couldn't get over the way it looked – it came across as super weird, and kind of hideous at first blush. But I slowly warmed up to the funky little crossover/hatchback/thing, and after spending some time behind the wheel, I really learned to love Nissan's small wonder. It's a genuine hoot to drive, offering hot hatch-like thrills in a package that doesn't look like anything else on the road. The Nismo and RS models that

Third Time's The Charm

The Murano has an interesting position within the Nissan stable. On one hand, its size puts it between the Rogue and Pathfinder, both of which are geared more toward families, big and small. And while the Murano could easily be used for hauling your brood, that's not exactly its forte. After all, unlike it's siblings, it offers no third row accommodations. There's no rear-seat entertainment system available. There are no clever storage systems.

Gypsy Cabbing In Nissan's Plucky People Mover

"You're a long way from home!"

Intriguing Engineering Exercise Might Portend 2019 Production Model

Last August, Nissan shook the truck world when it officially announced plans to source a diesel option from Cummins for its long-overdue Titan replacement, its full-size pickup that's slated to drop this January at the Detroit Auto Show. The 5.0-liter V8 turbodiesel is expected to make somewhere around 300 horsepower and north of 500 pound-feet of torque. This combination of an all-new truck with this new powerplant promises to dramatically change the competitive landscape, splitting the differe

Top Z Grows Up A Little Inside And Out

If you blinked, you missed the opportunity to pick up the last iteration of the 370Z Nismo, because after just a touch over a year of availability, Nissan is replacing it with this updated 2015 model – the third 370-based iteration from the brand's in-house tuner. Consider this version to be the 370Z's swan song. An all-new version is expected soon with a downsized turbo mill (something in the vein of a 240Z would not be impossible). That reality aside, the latest 370Z Nismo is a compellin

Created For Canada, But Appealing To America?

Several years ago, poutine started showing up on the menus of a number of Detroit-area restaurants. For those unfamiliar with the Canadian specialty, it involves serving up french fries, gravy and cheese curds all in one artery-clogging heap. It's not really my thing, but the comfort-food dish has caught hold here in The D, and many absolutely swear by it. In a country where we happily serve Double Down sandwiches, and where competitive eating qualifies as sport, it's hard to believe le poutine

Sweet Year, Sweet Brown

Despite our tendency as enthusiasts to clamor for things like wagons and hot hatchbacks, it's hard to argue with the buying public's increasing demand for functional crossovers. In fact, the great SUV craze of the late-1990s has all but faded in favor of the easier-driving, better-packaged, more-efficient crossover. That's even true at the larger end of the market – just look at what happened when Ford redesigned its body-on-frame Explorer into a stylish and well-equipped CUV. And now look

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