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Will the 2012 Nissan GT-R Have 500+ Horsepower?

The rumor going around the car world is that the new 2012 Nissan GT-R will have at least 500 horsepower. Like any good rumor, true facts are locked away somewhere and Nissan may be the only one with the keys.
Nissan has revealed very little about the car, but has cited a reliable source close to Nissan saying the 500 horsepower rumor is...

Nissan Launches 'Innovation for All' Ad Campaign

Building on 10 consecutive months of sales growth, Nissan is launching its brand new, "Innovation For All" ad campaign. The ads will air on tv and feature the full line of Nissan vehicles and the innovations that drive them. Nissan is using long time ad partner, TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles to create four different ad spots.

The first spot, titled "Innovations," is a celebration of...

2011 Nissan Rogue Unveiled

Nissan finally revealed the new 2011 Rogue at the 23rd Annual International Z Car Convention in Nashville.

Overall, the changes to the 2011 Rogue are not enormous. It will, however, be sporting a new front fascia and grill as well as new front and rear spoilers.  New trim levels will be available in the...

Nissan Chooses Jim Press as New Consultant

Nissan has picked Jim Press to be their new consultant for North American production, says the Japanese auto maker.

Press originally worked for 27 years with another well known Japanese auto maker, Toyota.

Word leaked Tuesday that Jim Press, 63, has been working as a consultant to Nissan over the past four months. Press, known for his deep knowledge of sales and marketing, has been visiting dealers in the United States, as well as in…

Nissan Quest for 2011 Unveiled

Nissan enters the fray with teaser photos of its upcoming Quest for 2011 and we notice that it looks like an all new design direction for the Japanese auto maker. Photos were dark "teaser" images, showing off only parts of the front and rear end.

The minivan appear to have a few interesting styling cues, such as a faux-pillarless design and wrap-around rear glass that reminds us of the Nissan Cube (at least this time…

Nissan Cube Attracts Attention

The popular (and odd looking) Nissan Cube continues to attract attention from customers on car dealer lots. For the auto maker's 2011 model, not much has changed - which is a good thing because Cube has grown in popularity thanks to its affordability and strange looks.

Cube will keep its...well cube like shape. The vehicle will receive some upgrades in grill and tail light styling, as well as new instrument panels and tweaking under…

Nissan Leaf Already Sold Out in US

The 2011 Nissan Leaf isn't even actually on sale yet within the United States - and the vehicle is already sold out.

More than 19,000 customers (13,000 in the US and 6,000 in Japan) have reserved a Leaf. Considering that Nissan can only produce 12,000 vehicles by March 2011, the Leaf is sold out for 2010.

The 2011 Nissan Leaf features an electric motor with 107 hp and 206 lb-ft of…

Nissan to Provide Free Electric Car Charging

The 2011 Nissan Leaf already offers a variety of benefits (both financial and environmental). But now  things just got better - the first 4,700 buyers of a Leaf will receive one free recharge station for their homes.

Nissan said that five markets are set to receive free stations, including the state of Oregon; the Seattle metropolitan area; the Phoenix and Tucson area; San Diego; and key markets in Tennessee, including Knoxville and Chattanooga.

The free…

2010 Nissan Pathfinder, Continuing the Tradition

The all new 2010 Nissan Pathfinder is already at dealership lots for 2010. With an updated body styling, new extras and a lot of horses under its hood - you can bet Nissan will keep the tradition of SUV alive and well with Pathfinder.

2010's Pathfinder has a new look, with more angled curves and a taller frame. Its offroad capabilities have been upgraded to allow you travel through the harshest jungle - and softer rides…

Nissan Leaf Will Be Affordable Electric

Nissan has introduced one of the first mass-production all electric vehicles to North America - The Leaf. And now, Nissan claims they will sell it as one of the most affordable electric vehicles yet.

The 2011 Nissan Leaf, which will be available at Clearwater's Lokey Nissan, already has a huge online marketing campaign behind it - with Twitter and FaceBook fans from all over the globe.

The Japanese auto maker's all electric vehicle will have?

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