As Nissan embarked on its Electric Vehicle Odyssey back in 2007 or so, its first car ended up becoming the world’s largest selling EV ever.
Those days are long gone in an electric car as none to my knowledge even come with this option.
News has leaked out of Japan and a picture surfaced that shows what the next Nissan Leaf might look like.
Three cars, nine drivers, and 24 hours of continual racing. That will mark Nissan's return to the most grueling high-speed endurance race of them all, the Le Mans 24 Hours.
Imagine driving up to the gas station and seeing two Nissan LEAFs parked in front of both gas pumps?
The 2015 Nissan Versa Note was named to Autotrader's list of 10 Best Cars for Recent College Graduates as one of the few new models to make the cut.
The all-new Murano was honored during the New England Motor Press Association's Automotive Excellence Awards at their annual meeting at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus.
The "No Charge to Charge" program has taken Nissan LEAF buyers into new realms of freedom as it offers public charging access free of charge to those who buy a LEAF in select areas.
In Australia, the Nissan NISMO team of V8 Supercar drivers are among the best in the business.
Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC), which is an independent subsidiary of Nissan Motor Corporation (NMC), is responsible for customer leasing programs and in effect buys new cars from the parent company and then leases them to retail and fleet customers. As with any organization that buys and leases assets, part of the process is that at the end of the lease period they must liquidate that asset. In order to liquidate the asset, in this case a LEAF coming off of lease, they must decide on what the value, or residual, of the asset will be at that point in time.