Light and frugal, it packs more appeal than the old Juke.
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With a smooth ride and good power, the Z feels good around town, but flog it in the hills and its age starts to show. The six-speed is geared perfectly, and there's plenty of bottom-end torque, but the motor is buzzy over 4,500 rpm, and the softly sprung suspension gets floppy when you're pushing hard. Overall grip is disappointing.
The 2018 Nissan Titan competes against the Ford F-150, Chevy Silverado, Ram 1500 and Toyota Tundra in one of the most hotly contested and profitable segments in the market. Sales are won and lost over stats like horsepower, torque and tow ratings. While the Titan was never a sales leader, the first-generation model had a decent but fading following over its 11-year run.
Coming to the 2018 Chicago Auto Show.
It's fancy and gets the job done, but isn't super engaging.
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Not exactly an electric game changer.
2019 Nissan Leaf EV offers more power, better looks and less noise.
ProPilot is but a piece of the larger Leaf story.
This one packs the gasoline V8, not the Cummins diesel.
It's perfect for jams and road trips.
The GT-R still delivers.
Feeling sporty while going Rogue.