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2020 Nissan Juke refined funky design

Nissan is actively testing the next-generation Juke crossover which will be sold from next year exclusively for Europe. Many prototypes have been seen on public roads but these are still wearing a lot of camouflage. Thanks to  Kolesa.ru, we now have the chance to take a camo-free look at the 2020 Juke in new professional

By |2019-04-15T18:29:35+00:00April 14th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Nissan|Tags: , , , , , |0 Comments

RAGE! Nissan GT-R reach 200 MPH in 41 seconds

Nissan 2013 GT-R makes use of the 2.3-mile stretch of tarmac this time. Nissan hasn’t changed the formula on its performance flagship in literally 12 years, but to refresh your memory, there’s a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V6 under the hood sending power to all four wheels through a six-speed dual-clutch transmission. In 2013 the engine produced

By |2019-04-11T19:39:04+00:00April 9th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Nissan|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

For 2018 Nissan sold 40,699 LEAFs in Europe

Nissan LEAF is the no.1 car in Europe Also this car is the one and only electric car to crack the 40,000 mark in Europe Nissan just released the final numbers of Nissan LEAF sales in Europe for the past 2018 year . And its amazing figures – 40,699 were sold. LEAF never was selling

40,000 LEAFs Nissan sold in Europe

39,000+ LEAF sales in Europe is the latest number from Nissan Nissan didn’t release its European sales report for November and December, so we still expect news about the results of best-selling electric car in Europe. According to the latest update, via the Nissan LEAF e+ launch, total LEAF sales in 2018 in Europe was above 39,000. -

Wagon sales down in 2018

People still wants wagon, but what is his future?! Buyers can’t get enough of crossovers like the Nissan Rogue and full-size trucks like the Ford F-150.  Those were two of the best-selling vehicles in 2018. Wagon sales are up 29 percent from 2012 but Of the 211,600 station wagons companies sold 2018, it was actually a down year. In 2017,

By |2019-01-10T22:30:15+00:00January 10th, 2019|Categories: Featured, Ford, Nissan|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Nissan GT-R special edition with three new colors

Up to 50 cars will be built for Japan and all will be sold in the Land of the Rising Sun. The current GT-R (R35) has been in production for about 11 years and there’s still no sign of a next-generation model. To keep "Godzilla" in its current form fresh and competitive, Nissan has been coming out

New Nissan LEAF introduced in Thailand

Nissan, as promised one year ago, introduced the Nissan LEAF in Thailand, presenting its flagship EV at the Thailand International Motor Expo 2018. Interested customers can place a pre-order/reserve the LEAF, which starts from 1,990,000 Thai baht (over $60,670), but deliveries will start in April 2019. Thailand is one of several additional markets that joins the initial list of countries where you can

Second-Gen Nissan Juke coming to Europe

The Nissan Juke is a car almost universally hated by car lovers around the world. But why? Sure, there are better cars out there and it's far from the prettiest vehicle. Most say that is because of it's design. Nissan's designers have just let loose and had a bit of fun. It's quirky and unique, and Nissan

Only on race tracks: Nissan creates Leaf Nismo RC racer

Nissan has unveiled a new Leaf Nismo RC.  Its all-electric race car -with more than double the power and torque of its predecessor. Featuring two electric motors - one on each axle - for all-wheel drive, the Leaf Nismo RC is kitted out with advanced battery and drivetrain components. The motors produce 240 kW combined,

Australia’s Green Innovation award for 2019 Nissan LEAF

"Nissan LEAF is considered more than just an electric car" The second-generation Nissan LEAF has won its first major Australian automotive award: – Drive.com.au Car of the Year Green Innovation.  LEAF for its abilities is beyond being just an electric car. The Japanese flagship EV is scheduled for Australia in mid-2019, which means that first customers need to