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Nissan’s a big fan of mid-year updates to its vehicles, and last week we told you of the changes coming to the 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport. Mainly, more standard safety features and a corresponding uptick in the small crossover’s entry price. That piece led to the discovery that the model’s...
From the depths of the recession to 2016, Nissan’s U.S. volume doubled — from a six-year low of just over 689,000 vehicles in 2009 to over 1.4 million last year. Not a bad track record for...
Less than a year away from its 10th birthday, Nissan’s 370Z is getting a modest refresh in the hopes of maintaining some kind of relevance. Despite being the better car, the present model failed to...
I own two of these wonderful little boxcars, so I can speak about this with some authority. The likely reason for this car’s junk status is, as others have said, a CVT failure. Nissan CVTs of this era are particularly fragile. It behooves the owner to install an aftermarket auxiliary cooler...
The dubious long-term sales potential of the subcompact crossover segment isn’t swaying Nissan from introducing a B-segment vehicle in the United States. The automaker’s seventh utility vehicle, carrying the youthful name Kicks, debuted at the...
Recently, Rare Rides honed in on the little Dodge Rampage. A front-drive alternative compact pickup, it was based on the sporty Dodge Charger. Today we have a look at a well-preserved example of what most buyers of compact...
Managing Editor Tim Healey is currently behind the wheel of a new, subcompact 2018 Nissan Kicks in the unlikely and extravagant first drive locale of Southern California, but you aren’t allowed to know how it...
It seems like lately I’ve developed a habit of reviewing vehicles on the verge of being replaced by a brand new generation. And by habit, I mean one review. But it seemed fitting when the...
The subcompact crossover class may possibly offer more varieties of flavor than most. Not in terms of available models, but in types of mission for each model. You have rugged off-roaders (Jeep Renegade), quirky runabouts (Toyota...
Earlier this year, the big bosses at Nissan expressed their desire to grab a full 5 percent of pickup truck market share in the United States. However, chasing arbitrary targets has now fallen in favor...