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Would you be interested in a Nissan LEAF Nismo?

Nissan Leaf Nismo
According to the news release, the improvements made to the car will be more than skin-deep. Perhaps the most pertinent piece of information to share is that the car will have a revised/tuned computer which will allow for more responsive acceleration but since the...

The Italdesign Nissan GT-R50 prototype

Italdesign Nissan GT-R50
Your first question is whether or not you’re staring at the next generation R36 GT-R. The answer is, according to Nissan: No, you’re not. The GT-R50 is nothing more than a design exercise to demonstrate what the GT-R could be if designers were given...

2018 Nissan Kicks First Review

2018 Nissan Kicks
Montreal, QC. This was a refreshing first drive event. You would not believe how often new product presentations are loaded with half-truths, twisted facts and marketing-focused hyperbolic attempts to sway us into thinking one way or another about said product. The Kicks presentation was...

New Nissan Kicks pricing starts at $17,998

I know we’re not supposed to say the 2018 Kicks is replacing the Juke but there, I said it. Although we enjoyed the Juke’s funkiness and spirited powertrain, we won’t miss it all that much. More than likely, you won’t either. The new 2018 Nissan...

2018 Nissan LEAF First Review

2018 Nissan LEAF
Carmakers can be crafty little buggers, or should I refer to them as massive global buggers? Marketing and advertising departments are huge expenses but can be responsible for huge returns when the message is right. In 2016, Nissan spent just shy of $1.2 billion...

Review: 2018 Nissan Armada Platinum Reserve

2018 Nissan Armada Platinum Reserve
I undertook my longest-ever road trip with this 2018 Nissan Armada. Over five days, it, my family and I covered more than 2,750km. In that time, we became very intimate with one another and like any good relationship, there were both highs and lows. Massive...

Rumour mill: Mercedes and Nissan working on the next Z

2018 Nissan Z
This kind of “news” is becoming more and more common. Where once, Buick and Chevy would team up to develop a product, and this was big news, more recently, it’s been Toyota and Subaru, BMW and Toyota and now (or once more?), Nissan and...

Nissan’s Z not dead

With 10 model years under its belt, it’s no wonder that many are wondering if Nissan’s sports car still has a future. Little has been said on the car as to what will become of it. Remember, the Nissan-Datsun “Z” car did disappear between...

2018 Nissan Leaf First Review

2018 Nissan Leaf
Unveiled in Las Vegas last September, the new 2018 Nissan Leaf is about to arrive in Canada, six years after the arrival of the first generation in 2011. Although there hasn’t been a huge increase in sales numbers in the EV segment over that...

2017 Nissan Qashqai SL AWD Review

2017 Nissan Qashqai SL
I have a suggestion for Nissan and all those interested in the new Quach, Kash, um, Squash, Nissan’s new compact crossover: Henceforth, we shall refer to it as the QQ. How’s that? Oh, and this wasn’t my idea. Thanks Steve! So, for those that don’t...