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Recalls

A spring in the ignition switch can wear and cause problems

Nissan is recalling Jukes, Frontiers, Sentras and Versas as well as vans to fix a possible ignition switch fault.

Official

Starting price stays below $20,000 for the teenaged midsize pickup

The starting price stays below $20,000 for the teenaged midsize pickup.

Official

The body-on-frame SUV will only be offered in Asia.

We wouldn't mind it coming to America.

Rumormill

It starts with Australia's Nissan Navara and could work its way here

Nissan plans to study the case for a racy off-road version of the Navara pickup, in the vein of the Ford Ranger Raptor. That could lead to a hot Frontier for the U.S.

Featured

Why you won't always save money when buying a used vehicle.

You're brand new car is going to lose a ton of value right when you drive it off the lot, right? Turns out, that may not always be the case.

Comparo

Comparing the new Jeep with the U.S. midsize pickup market

These midsize trucks are very similar on paper.

Detroit

There’s a diesel engine we think could show up on a future Ranger variant.

The 2.3-liter EcoBoost should be pretty good. But what else might Ford throw under the hood?

Report

Expect to see Nissan's new V6 in the next Frontier first.

Nissan is looking at gaps in its product portfolio that could be filled with trucks and off-road SUVs.

ETC

Acura ILX leads the list of cars people wish they hadn't bought.

Nobody wants to experience buyers' remorse, and that's especially true when dealing with something as expensive as a brand-new car.

Video

Out of the 11 trucks that were tested, only one has "good" headlights.

Official

Maybe if the midsize pickup market gets big enough, we could see a new Ranger and Frontier.

Spy Shots

Yes, the Frontier shares the same platform. No, it won't come to the US.

We're not even getting a new Frontier soon, let alone a resurrected SUV from the same platform.

Official

Nissan Also Confirms 2016 Model Updates

Nissan is finally giving the Xterra the axe from its lineup, but the company has a lot of upgrades in store for the 2016 model year. New generations of the Maxima and Titan join the range, and refreshes for the Sentra and Altima are on the way.

Quick Spin

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

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