Nissan will become the first Japanese car maker to sign on to the Formula E racing championship in 2018.
The all-electric Nissan IMx crossover concept was revealed today at the Tokyo Motor Show with Nissan claiming it offers a 600km driving range and is fully autonomous.
The Nissan X-Trail range has become bigger with the arrival this week of the range-topping Diesel variant.
Nissan in the UK has built a remote-controlled Nissan GT-R to celebrate the launch of Gran Turismo Sport later this month.
Would you like a 6.2L V8 powered Nissan Patrol GU on 37″ tyres? NISSAN PATROLS have rightly earned their place in Australia’s offroading history, but they didn’t get there by being overpowered. In fact, neither the 4.2L or 3.0L diesel were exactly a rocketship as standard, and that was before
Alex Rae’s 2017 Nissan X-Trail Ti Review with pricing, spec, performance, ride and handling, safety, verdict and score.
The Nissan Altima Supercar will run at the Sandown 500 this month dressed in Nissan’s Calsonic GT-R R32 livery…
Nissan and Infiniti have let their hair down and designed and built a retro open-wheel racer powered by an electric motor.
The 2017 Nissan 370Z NISMO will arrive in Australia in early September priced from $61,490+ORC.
The Nissan X-Trail is one of this country’s most popular SUVs… it’s been refreshed for 2017 and here are the 5 things you need to know about it.
Nissan is adding $1800 worth of kit to the Qashqai with the release of the limited edition Qashqai N-Sport special edition which is on-sale now.
The mini-SUV market isn’t just a battle, it’s a freakin’ war zone. Japan, Korea, France and Germany are all battling it out for supremacy. First up, it’s two of the segment’s finest, Nissan’s Qashqai and Mazda’s CX-3.
A facelifted 2018 Nissan Patrol will launch in Australia later this year with stock of the existing Y62 Patrol all but exhausted, according to dealers and buyers…
The Nissan Leaf is coming soon and the Japanese car maker is continuing to drip feed images and information about its all-electric city car.
Nissan and Mitsubishi combine with both consumer financial services and parts warehousing and distribution in Australia