If crossovers are king, then the Rogue is the king of Nissan. It was the brand’s bestselling model for 2017 and is so popular they introduced the all-new Rogue Sport to expand its appeal even further. Nissan wasn’t content to simply let this crossover rest on its laurels for 2018. Instead, they chose to introduce […]
A future of self-driving cars looms ever closer, but for now they still require a human behind the wheel. Although you can’t buy a Nissan that will drive itself, you can buy one with ProPilot Assist, which takes much of the work out of driving.
There are jobs you want — Astronaut. Fireman. Wonder Woman. — and there are jobs you don’t. It’s good that Nissan Technical Center North America in Michigan has Rosie, a robot that does nothing but slam doors all the live-long day.
The 2017 Nissan Pathfinder is a three-row SUV with room for 7 passengers and a well-equipped interior. It received a refresh this year that included new exterior styling and a more powerful engine. On the styling front there are new front and rear fascias that take this in a different direction from many other SUVs. […]
The Nissan 370Z gets a mild facelift for 2018 that includes new optional 19-inch wheels. Otherwise, this car remains unchanged, which makes it a bit old in car years with its last redesign now five years back. Still, the 370Z is holding its own.
Automakers are ahead of regulators on automatic braking. Nissan joins Toyota in beating a key deadline.
Smartphones are wonderful gadgets, but as much as they make our lives easier, they can also make our lives more dangerous. Distracted driving is on the rise and one of the culprits is the smartphone. Nissan developed a unique way to combat the problem.
There is a definitive and ongoing trend among new car manufacturers, which involves developing increasingly more powerful sport coupes. One needs to look no farther than the latest auto shows in Detroit and Chicago to recognize that high-powered sports coupes are on the upswing. This trend is seen in both production models and concept vehicles. […]
Nissan has struggled with a legitimate alternative to the full-size pickup powerhouses from Ford, Chevrolet/GMC and RAM. In its second generation, does the 2017 Nissan Titan have what it takes?