Slow, but steady.
Join us for a journey to Japan, Autoblog style.
A not-so-long time ago, in a marketer's office not that far away, someone saw that there was going to be a new Star Wars movie called "Rogue One" and said, "Hey, Nissan sells a car called the Rogue. This is a perfect! Call up George Lucas immediately, or Mickey Mouse, or whoever's in charge over there."
The 2018 Nissan Leaf small electric hatchback looks like it will be a very safe choice for buyers. And we mean that very literally. Euro NCAP, the organization responsible for crash tests and safety ratings in Europe tested the Leaf and gave it five stars out of five for overall safety. The safety rating is based on four categories with a maximum score of 100 percent in any one. The Leaf earned a 93 percent for adult occupant safety, 86 percent for children, 71 percent for pedestrians and 71 per
They take Japanese hospitality to a new level.
The Juke is dead. Say hello to the Nissan Kicks.
Nissan says the next generation of ProPilot will be on roads in 2020.
The IMx is a demonstration of Nissan Intelligent Mobility in a useful crossover package.
It would help with Nissan's goal of democratizing EVs.
And, of course, we spend your money.
There's nobody inside the full-size, remote-control GT-R.