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While Nissan concentrates on its SUV and truck lineups for 2017, the company makes few changes to its car models. The GT-R sees the biggest improvement, including fresh styling, a new interior, structural enhancements, and a slight power bump. Nissan also adds more powerful and better handling versions of the Sentra to the lineup, while the cheapest version of the Leaf electric car gains range from a bigger battery.

Nissan makes significant investment into its truck and SUV lineup for the 2017 model year, freshening both the Rogue crossover and Pathfinder SUV models, introducing a new Armada, and debuting a redesigned Titan half-ton full-size pickup truck. The full-size NV vans have a new engine, and the heavy-duty Titan XD lineup now offers a single cab body style. Other models get minor updates.

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This week at the Geneva International Motor Show, Nissan previewed the future of mobility with its IMx Kuro fierce-looking, electric crossover concept.
In Chicago this week, Nissan will give showgoers a look at two custom models—a Nissan 370Z roadster snowmobile and a Nissan Armada Snow Patrol—prepped for big winter.
Aside from the new 2018 Kicks crossover SUV, which replaces the Juke, Nissan updates and upgrades its lineup of trucks, SUVs, and vans with new standard equipment, expanded availability of important safety and infotainment systems, and a greater variety of Midnight Edition option packages.
Nissan’s captive finance arm, Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC), has announced its new collaboration with the mobile-first AutoGravity automotive shopping and financing platform.
In Detroit, this week, Nissan gave the press a look at what may be the future Rogue or Pathfinder on steroids in the form of its Xmotion Concept SUV.
Nissan’s big 2018 car news is the debut of a redesigned Leaf electric car. Other Nissan cars receive minor updates for the 2018 model year.
Nissan is replacing the Juke with something that is more appealing and roomier inside, but promises little in the way of driving enjoyment. Meet the 2018 Nissan Kicks, which arrives in June.
Nissan plans to offer its Midnight Edition packages across six model lines in its car and SUV lineup—models that account for 75% of the brand’s U.S. sales.
Nissan this week provided a glimpse of its future direction in car design by previewing an emotionally dynamic and futuristically styled Vmotion 2.0 concept car that will lead to eventually creating what the automaker describes as zero-emission autonomous vehicles.
Known in other parts of the world as the Qashqai, the new 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is wisely renamed for the U.S. market.