If you think cowboys, country music and trucks, you must be thinking Texas! Nik Miles heads to the Texas State Fair to see Nissan unveil their new pickup!
There are many reasons to buy a luxury car – more advanced safety systems and happier owners are just two. But there are some cars on the market with luxury features without the high price tag. Nik Miles looks at one in particular.
The most inexpensive sedan in America isn’t so inexpensive now. Nik Miles is the first person in the world to drive the new Nissan Versa.
“2019 Nissan Leaf SL Plus” Nissan Plus Adds Substance to Already Improved Leaf Earlier this year, Nissan improved the range of the Leaf model lineup, added more power and made the appearance sportier. In 2011, the Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. launched what they claimed to be the world’s first
If you’re ready for an outdoor adventure, this spring, Nik Miles has been taking a look at a new Nissan.
“2019 Nissan Rogue SV AWD” Refreshed with significant enhancements The Nissan Rogue SUV has been the company’s top-selling nameplate for the past two years, with the combination of Rogue and Rogue Sport models. The 2019 Rogue comes in three well-equipped grade levels, S, SV and SL – each
“2019 Nissan Leaf SL” Better Range, More Power and Sportier Appearance. The Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. launched what they claimed to be the world’s first affordable, zero-emission car in the form of the 2011 Leaf – a 4-door, medium-size, lithium-ion battery powered, plug-in electric
When I got my driver’s license at 16, the B13 (1990-94) Nissan Sentra SE-R was the car I wanted. Most kids at my high school lusted after Honda Civics, Preludes and Acura Integras, I yearned for the Sentra SE-R with its high-revving SR20DE motor and low-key looks. Alas, I never got a Nissan
Nissan’s Armada is all-new for 2017 and unlike the previous generation, it’s not built alongside the Titan pickup in Canton, Miss. The 2017 Nissan Armada follows the Infiniti QX56/QX80 in ditching Nissan’s full-size truck origins for the Y62 platform that sits beneath the international
Americans Want More Trucks Projected vehicle sales for 2016 see light trucks outselling cars by 25%. Those automakers who make trucks are discovering that the more different versions of trucks a company produces, the more buyers are attracted to the brand. It is a result of low gas prices,