Author: VozamKola

  • KBB.com: Low-cost Versa Has Lowest Cost to Own

    The 2012 Nissan Versa Sedan boasts the lowest starting price of any new car in America, with an MSRP of just $10,990. But even with that sticker price, the Versa wouldn’t be the best-selling car in its class if it didn’t also provide a high value. But it is, and it does: According to the…

  • There are a lot of ways to measure how quickly Nissan is attracting fans: For one thing, the brand finished out 2011 by achieving record sales in October, November and December, raising its full-year volume by 17.3 percent over its performance in 2010. But that’s just for starters. According to Nissan Dealer Portland, Nissan also passed…

  • Nissan SUV Concept Finds New Path

    Nissan SUV Concept Finds New Path

    Developed to introduce a new generation to the proud Pathfinder name, a sleekly designed Nissan Pathfinder concept vehicle was introduced recently at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The show vehicle also provides more than a few clues about the all-new production model, which is slated to reach Nissan dealerships this fall.…

  • 2013 Nissan GT-R: Godzilla Adds More Firepower

    Nissan is again showing off its commitment to continuous improvement with its flagship sports car—especially when it comes to continuously improving the Nissan GT-R’s power output. Consider: For the 2011 model year, Nissan’s supercar was able to squeeze 485 hp and 448 lb.-ft. from its technologically advanced twin-turbo V6. But just one year later, the…

  • Nissan, GE Partner to Speed Use of Electric Vehicles

    To help make it even easier for U.S. customers to choose transportation solutions like the all-electric Nissan LEAF, Nissan and GE have recently signed a two-year research agreement aimed directly at developing a robust and reliable EV-charging infrastructure. As a reminder, the LEAF, which is available in an increased number of markets for the 2012…

  • Chicago To Become The Nissan LEAF’s Kind Of Town

    Driven by a combination of high consumer demand and extensive support for building an EV-friendly infrastructure, Nissan recently announced it would pull ahead the Chicago-area launch of its all-electric LEAF and introduce the vehicle in the Windy City this fall. “Governor [Pat] Quinn, Mayor [Rahm] Emmanuel and other visionary Chicago-area leaders have paved the way for mass-market…

  • 2012 Nissan Leaf Ready To Branch Out To New Markets

    After successfully launching the first mass-market all-electric vehicle in the U.S.—the Nissan Leaf—in select U.S. locations for the 2011 model year, the automaker has now begun rolling out the 2012 model to the rest of the country, starting in the Southeast. Customers who had previously reserved Leaf’s in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina,…

  • Nissan Promotes Sustainability With Urban Green Lab

    This week Nissan announced it would donate up to $375,000 to support Nashville’s first community center for sustainability. By partnering with Urban Green Lab, Nissan will help the non-profit construct a state-of-the art green building and learning complex. Urban Green Lab will break ground on the new community center in 2012. The complex will be the one…

  • Nissan Announces Prices For The 2012 Rogue

    According to Nissan Seattle, the Nissan Rogue will be getting a number of updates for the 2012 model year as well as new pricing to reflect those changes. A new Special Edition Package will now be available on the 2012 Nissan Rogue, which is bundles an assortment of popular features for budget-conscious buyers, including 16-inch aluminum-alloy wheels, AM/FM/CD…

  • Nissan Leaf Conquers Pikes Peak Hill Climb

    It turns out that the introduction of the Leaf Nismo RC—an all-electric race car that was recently seen running demo laps at Le Mans—was just the start of Nissan’s efforts to electrify the world of motorsports: A production Nissan Leaf recently tackled the grueling Pikes Peak Hill Climb in Colorado and even set a new class record on…