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Nissan Celebrates Four Decades of Maxima with a Limited Production Version

Nissan Celebrates Four Decades of Maxima with a Limited Production Version
Nissan has officially announced the 2021 Maxima line is available at dealerships around the United States. For 2021, the range includes the Maxima SV, Maxima SR, and Maxima Platinum. Platinum buyers can also opt for a limited production 40th Anniversary and Edition that tacks on another $2125 on top of the $42,220 MSRP of the Maxima Platinum.
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Nissan Shuffles 2021 Altima Range and Offers Pricing Details

Nissan Shuffles 2021 Altima Range and Offers Pricing Details
Nissan has announced the starting prices for its entire 2021 Altima line. Most versions are offered in both FWD and AWD, with a couple of exceptions. Pricing starts at $24,300 before the $925 handling and destination charge.
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2021 Nissan Rogue Prices Announced

2021 Nissan Rogue Prices Announced
Nissan has announced prices and the on-sale date for the all-new 2021 Rogue. The compact SUV will go on sale in the United States in late October and has a starting MSRP of $25,650 for the Rogue S FWD.
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Nissan RE-LEAF EV is Designed to Provide Power in an Emergency

Nissan RE-LEAF EV is Designed to Provide Power in an Emergency
Nissan says in extreme weather or a natural disaster, power could be out for 24 to 48 hours on average. During that time, their custom RE-LEAF EV could be used as a mobile power station in emergencies.
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2021 Nissan GT-R NISMO Costs Nearly $100,000 More than the GT-R Premium

2021 Nissan GT-R NISMO Costs Nearly $100,000 More than the GT-R Premium
One of the coolest sports cars out there is the Nissan GT-R. Japanese automaker Nissan has now announced the official pricing for the 2021 GT-R Premium and GT-R NISMO. The Premium starts at $113,540, while the NISMO starts at a whopping $210,740.
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Nissan Qashqai GT-R Is the Monster Compact Crossover of Your Dreams

Nissan Qashqai GT-R Is the Monster Compact Crossover of Your Dreams
The current Nissan line isn’t exactly exciting. The only performance cars the manufacturer offers are the rather dated 370Z and the awesome, but expensive, GT-R. Other than those two vehicles, we’ve got economy cars, crossovers, SUVs, and pickups.
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The New 2021 Nissan Rogue Looks Great

The New 2021 Nissan Rogue Looks Great
For Nissan, few vehicles in its range are more important to it than the Rogue, which is its best-selling vehicle in the U.S. The 2021 Nissan Rogue features an all-new design, and looks as if it will be a strong competitor in the crossover marketplace.
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2020 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X Review: It’s All About the Drivetrain

2020 Nissan Frontier PRO-4X Review: It’s All About the Drivetrain
Let’s face it. The Nissan Frontier isn’t exactly a modern truck. The current model been largely the same since it first came out all the way back in 2005. Nissan has indicated that a complete redesign is in the works for 2021, but the 2020 model does have a big difference that previews the new truck, and that’s its engine and transmission.
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Nissan Teases What’s Next… Including a New “Z” Car

Nissan Teases What’s Next… Including a New “Z” Car
Despite some pretty big challenges in recent years, automaker Nissan is still alive and kicking, and hopes to bring new buyers and loyalists back to the brand as it gradually redesigns its lineup. In the last year, we’ve seen a new Sentra, and know a new Rogue, Pathfinder, and Terrain almost sure bets for 2021.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1983 Nissan NX-21

Concepts from Future Past: 1983 Nissan NX-21
Back in 1983, Nissan challenged itself to look forward to what their cars might look like in the 21st century. The concept car they came up with not only had an unusual design, but an unconventional drivetrain to go with.
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Nissan Teams Up with LEGO for GT-R NISMO Model

Nissan Teams Up with LEGO for GT-R NISMO Model
The Nissan GT-R is one of the best cars I’ve ever driven, and it continues to be a favorite among gearheads around the world. To celebrate the illustrious history of the GT-R brand, Nissan and LEGO will soon release a model based on the modern day GT-R NISMO.
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The Nissan GT-R Is Still Amazing at 50

The Nissan GT-R Is Still Amazing at 50
The Nissan GT-R first came on the scene all the way back in 1969 as the Skyline GT-R. After five successive generations, and a five year hiatus from 2002 to 2007, the Skyline gave way to the GT-R, which has seen a couple of revamps, first in 2011, and again in 2017.
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2020 Nissan TITAN Brings Styling and Tech Upgrades

2020 Nissan TITAN Brings Styling and Tech Upgrades
It hasn’t been all that long since Nissan revamped its TITAN pickup truck. The second-generation, full-size pickup debuted for the 2016 model year. But with tough competition from the likes of Ram and GMC, Nissan decided to go back to the drawing board and up their game for the 2020 model year.
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5 Reasons Why the 2020 Nissan Versa is Better than the GT-R NISMO

5 Reasons Why the 2020 Nissan Versa is Better than the GT-R NISMO
The newly-updated-for-2020 Nissan Versa is no longer the least expensive new car on sale in the United States, but it does retain the title of least expensive new Nissan. On the other end of the spectrum, the 2020 Nissan GT-R NISMO is the most expensive Nissan in the company’s lineup, and the most expensive GT-R to date.
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Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X

Concepts from Future Past: 1970 Nissan 126X
Maybe it’s because it was my childhood, but I still feel like the late 1960s and 1970s produced the greatest concept car designs ever. There were lots of wedge-shaped sports coupes with dramatic lines, space-age cockpits, and a complete lack of practicality.
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