The United Auto Workers union has been losing membership and influence for years and now, in its third attempt to unionize Nissan workers in the southern states, the UAW is desperately trying to make international problems relevant to itself and workers in Tennessee.
As Cummins releases information on their new V8 diesel offering, which will appear in the Nissan Titan Diesel, we talk with one of the truck's planners about their ideas for the big V8 in the 1/2 ton's next-generation.
The Wall Street Journal slammed the new Nissan Versa Note in an editorial review of the car, but the points made were subjective and not very convincing. We'll show you why the WSJ shouldn't be in the automotive review business.
Two Japanese rivals, Nissan and Toyota, are battling it out with continuously variable transmission (CVT) technology, with the focus being primarily on whether to shift or not to shift. That is the question behind the Shift Wars. Now let's consider the answer.
Nissan has made some announcements over the past few months that hint at the possibility of a heavy-duty pickup for their lineup, one that might give the Detroit 3 some competition in the commercial and consumer towing sectors.
Nissan unveiled the all-new 2014 Rogue and X-Trail at the Frankfurt Motor Show this week. Today, we have a video from Nissan discussing thoughts behind the design by lead designer Keisuke Otsuki. Check it out.
Sometimes the car takes us to when, not where. Today in line at a big chain hardware store I bumped into an older fellow auto enthusiast. The clerk was asking him in an increasingly louder, but polite voice if he had his rewards card. “My what!?” the older gentleman was shouting back.
When we dig deeper into what Nissan has been doing with cars that drive themselves, we can see not only how they plan to make the technology work in only 7 years, but why it will be "affordable" as promised.
Truckers throughout the nation can sign up for the World’s Longest Truck Convoy next month, planting the seeds of joy for Special Olympians as law enforcement and trucking companies join together for these unique fundraisers.
The check engine light and the sensors and components that are behind it have become more and more sophisticated as technology improves. Except for one thing: the light itself is an uninformative relic that hasn't changed much in decades.
Major local broadcast news outlets picked up on the story tonight, when two different studies, reported in the New York Times and The Daily Mail, named BMW drivers as the worst of us when it comes to politeness and courtesy on the road.
The first Fiat 500L Urban Surf Party kicked off the gala introduction of the 500L last Friday in Miami and the fun will continue as the svelte new model continues its celebratory procession to five more US cities.
The beautiful, all-new Outlander plans to become market competition as Mitsubishi struggles for relevance in the American market. With its new Top Safety Pick+ rating from the IIHS, it may be able to pull it off.
It would be Henry Ford’s 150th birthday, were he alive today, and chances are he would be happy with how the company he founded is doing over 100 years after he began building a Model T every 90 minutes on the revolutionary moving assembly line he created.
The first asphalt road was implemented 143 years ago today, as Belgian immigrant Edward de Smedt tested his mix of oil bitumen and aggregate on Williams Street in Newark to end the battle between wagon wheels and muddy streets.
Ford not only builds some of the most efficient automobiles on the planet, but is also demonstrating how the average household can lower emissions and conserve energy by greening the homes of winners in the MyEnergi Lifestyle Retrofit National Contest.
Electric motorcycle racing came to the Laguna Seca MotoGP weekend for the fourth year in a row, and Brammo nearly took 1st and 2nd place, but after a series of mishaps the results were far different than expected.