As Nissan’s Year of the Truck comes to an end, NICOclub takes a final look at two late-year introductions that’ll lead into 2017. If you’re a gas truck fan, or someone who wants a big Nissan SUV to hold your entire tribe, you’ll want to read this one.
Sentra fans have been wondering if their favorite Nissan model would ever return to its performance roots. It’s been years since a Sentra Se-R Spec V version has seen the light of day…
Infiniti has created yet another superb state-of-the-art Grand Touring coupe with the Q60 RS400, and we’re more than happy to test drive it for you!
Nissan has professed a lot of love for sedans, even as the North American market continues to skew markedly towards crossovers. Sedans are certainly a vehicle line that Nissan has always done well.
It’s not that I love unpredictable weather, or another long tow to compete at an SCCA Majors race weekend – but these were precisely the kind of conditions that would offer a good test of the Nissan Titan XD.
In a year when crossover utility vehicles (CUVs) have become the best-selling vehicles in the North American market, Infiniti has something to marvel about. The smallest CUV they sell, the QX50 has been a hot selling model for the marque.
Dave Muramoto takes the Winter Warrior concept 2016 Nissan Pathfinder and Rogue into an unlikely environment – Down (and up!) the ski slopes at Echo Park.
Gleaming in the sunlight, the forged copper Titan XD starts at the push of a button. There’s a familiar rattle as the 5.0-liter twin turbo Cummins V8 diesel spins to life.
2017 Nissan Armada Platinum 4WD -by David Muramoto The second generation Nissan Armada is the final Nissan debut in a completely refreshed SUV/crossover lineup for North America. But in contrast to the recent Rogue, Pathfinder and Murano introductions, it’s a horse of a different color. For starters, the new Armada remains a true body-on-frame model […]
Is this latest iteration of the Maxima deserving of the 4DSC (four door sports car) branding etched into the sides of its front and rear light modules? Dave Muramoto puts it through its paces…