Everyone wants to drive a safe car and crash tests are one of the biggest factors buyers use in determining if their new car is safe. Despite the importance of crash tests and the weight they carry in the US, the same isn’t true in other countries. There are zero star cars out there, like […]
Nissan and Habitat for Humanity recently partnered for a week long house build in Tennessee with a unique group of volunteers. Participants included Nissan employees and automotive journalists from all over the country who were invited to roll up their sleeves and help build a house. The partnership between Nissan and Habitat for Humanity started […]
Winners of the 13th annual Active Lifestyle Vehicle Awards were announced this weekend in Chandler, Arizona. They covered a range of categories including value, off-road capability, and on-road performance. Jurors were selected from members of the automotive media, along with athletes who spent two days driving eligible vehicles on-road and across the Arizona desert. Looking […]
The 2016 Nissan Altima brings a set of skills and features that has strong appeal to the mid-sized sedan buyer.
The Nissan Pathfinder is redesigned for 2017 with lots of improvements that add appeal to this 7-passenger SUV. There’s a new front grille and a matching update around back to give it a more aggressive stance. It’s a capable family hauler with four-wheel drive so you can take it off-road or just have a better […]
While everyone else is busy designing autonomous cars, Nissan is taking a closer look at your chair. The typical chair doesn’t do much of anything but sit there until you move it around. If you’re lucky, then it has wheels to make the job easier. Nissan is taking it a step further with the ProPilot […]
There are regional auto shows all across the country, but some of them are gigantic, sprawling monstrosities that are impossible to fully explore. Detroit, New York, and Los Angeles all have huge shows that will wear you out in minutes. Then there are the smaller auto shows, which is where Miami falls. It doesn’t have […]
The Takata airbag bug seems highly contagious and it continues to present a major inconvenience for automakers. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is still recalling millions of automobiles from all over the world.
LoJack is out today with its seventh annual “Vehicle Theft Recovery Report” of stolen cars recovered in 2015. The bad news for consumers? The cars topping the list aren’t exotics. They’re everyday vehicles, and not high-end exotics.