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Nissan considering Rogue Hybrid for US

Japan's X-Trail Hybrid Sister Vehicle Gets 48 MPG

Nissan may add a hybrid version of the Rogue compact crossover in the US.

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Nissan developing new hybrid tech, could debut in Infiniti CUV

Nissan sells more pure electric vehicles (EVs) than any other automaker, but the EV market remains tiny. The hybrid market, while also just a small percentage of new vehicles sold, is bigger – and it's a segment where Nissan hasn't really been playing. The Altima Hybrid, for example, was killed off last year

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Nissan: we'll sell 1.5 million zero-emission vehicles by 2016 (and plug-in hybrids, too)

In 2009, Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn stuck out his neck on electric vehicles when he said that he expects them to make up 10 percent of the new car market by 2020. A decade is a lot longer than ten years in the automotive industry, but Nissan remains confident in EV technology, as

Nissan Ellure concept features company's next-gen hybrid tech

Nissan Ellure concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

2012 Infiniti M35h cranks out 360 hp; expected to hit 30 mpg highway

2012 Infiniti M35h Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

2012 Infiniti M35 hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

LA Auto Show preview: Infiniti to launch 2012 M35 hybrid

2012 Infiniti M35 hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

Infiniti M hybrid gets new steering and brake systems

Nissan is introducing two new power-saving technologies on the new Infiniti M hybrid that could eventually be adapted to both electric and conventional vehicles. One is an electro-hydraulic power-steering assist system combines the best of both electric and hydraulic systems. Traditional engine-driven hydraulic power steering has been preferred by many drivers because it gives a more natural feedbac

Report: Infiniti to double fuel mileage with next hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

Report: Infiniti to double fuel mileage with next hybrid

2010 Nissan Fuga/Infiniti M35 Hybrid – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid to debut later this year, still 41 states shy of nationwide

The 2011 Nissan Altima Hybrid will hit dealer lots later this year and Nissan has once again decided to limit sales of the model to just nine states. Nissan gives several reasons why it has limited the Altima Hybrid to just nine markets (California, Oregon, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Jerse

More details on rumored 2013 Nissan GT-R hybrid

2010 Nissan GT-R – Click above for high-res image gallery

REPORT: Nissan will bring own hybrids to Japan in 2011

While Nissan is making optimistic noises about introducing its new electric car next year – with some sales apparently to start in China in 2011 – the outlook for Japan is a little more tempered and lot more hybrid. Maybe all the Japanese customers who are flocking to Nissan's gre

Rumormill: Nissan 370Z Hybrid for 2011?

We're expecting Infiniti to launch its first hybrid sometime in either 2010 or 2011, likely based on the M35 luxury sedan. Unlike past hybrids from Nissan, parent company of the Infiniti brand, this new technology will not be a licensed version of Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive. Interestingly, reports out of Japan indicate that this new hybrid tech could filter on down the line to find itsel

Rumormill: Nissan 370Z Hybrid for 2011?

We're expecting Infiniti to launch its first hybrid sometime in either 2010 or 2011, likely based on the M35 luxury sedan. Unlike past hybrids from Nissan, parent company of the Infiniti brand, this new technology will not be a licensed version of Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive. Interestingly, reports out of Japan indicate that this new hybrid tech could filter on down the line to find it

REPORT: Nissan not planning Prius/Insight competitor

Nissan EV-02 - Click above for a high-res image gallery

More details on the new Infiniti hybrid coming in 2010

Hints of a luxury hybrid from Infiniti have been around for a while (see these 2007 posts: 1, 2) and peaked with the word back in January that the Nissan brand would release its own hybrid next year. The

Infiniti hybrid for 2010?

Nissan, one of the Japanese Big Three automakers and a major player in the United States market, doesn't yet offer its own hybrid technology in a production model. Instead, it opts to license the fuel-saving bits and pieces from rival Toyota for its Altima midsize sedan. Not any longer. News is coming in from John Capps, who serves as chairman of the Infiniti National Dealer Advisory Board, that Nissan's upmarket lu

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