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Nissan gives its new Note e-POWER a smart hybrid upgrade

Nissan gives its new Note e-POWER a smart hybrid upgrade

Nissan has revealed its newest electrified model, with the 2020 Note e-POWER tapping the second-generation of the automaker's gas-electric hybrid drivetrain. Headed to Japanese dealerships next month, the new Note previews some of the new Nissan design language we're expecting to see on the all-electric Ariya crossover next year.

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2021 Nissan Sentra gets more safety features and standard kit

2021 Nissan Sentra gets more safety features and standard kit

The 2021 Nissan Sentra is entering the new year with a load of standard features and a broad array of safety kit. The new Sentra is on sale now at Nissan dealerships and, like before, is available in three trim models.

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Nissan dealerships to offer 2021 Rogue buyers free test drives in a Toyota RAV4

Nissan dealerships to offer 2021 Rogue buyers free test drives in a Toyota RAV4

Nissan North America is employing some clever marketing techniques for its 2021 Rogue CUV. According to a report from Automotive News, some Nissan dealerships will display the Toyota RAV4 at showrooms. This not only enables potential Rogue buyers to make a side-by-side comparison, but you can test drive both the RAV4 and Rogue in hopes of swaying your decision to the latter.

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2021 Nissan Versa is available at dealerships nationwide

2021 Nissan Versa is available at dealerships nationwide

Nissan has announced availability for the 2021 Versa subcompact car at dealerships nationwide. For 2021, the Versa starts at $14,930 plus the $925 destination handling charge. The cheapest version of the car uses a five-speed manual transmission.

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Nissan Navara redesign likely shows the next-gen Frontier destined for the States

Nissan Navara redesign likely shows the next-gen Frontier destined for the States

The mid-size truck market is popular in the United States with Toyota, Ford, Chevrolet, GMC, and Nissan, all offering trucks that fit in the range. By far, Toyota is the most popular in the United States, with the oldest offering being the Nissan Frontier. Nissan has unveiled the new Navara offered in other countries, and odds are this is exactly what the new Frontier coming to the States will look like.

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2021 Nissan Maxima offers a Limited-edition 40th Anniversary Edition package

2021 Nissan Maxima offers a Limited-edition 40th Anniversary Edition package

In 2021, the Nissan Maxima is celebrating its 40th anniversary. To celebrate the milestone, Nissan has a new limited-addition 40th Anniversary Edition version of the car based on the Maxima Platinum. The special edition has a unique two-tone Ruby Slate and Gray Pearl exterior with a black roof and red semi-aniline leather interior, and exclusive 19-inch wheels in black.

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Nissan Safety Shield 360 will be standard on ten models starting next year

Nissan Safety Shield 360 will be standard on ten models starting next year

Nissan has announced that it's making its driver safety and assistant suite called Safety Shield 360 standard on ten different models starting in 2021. The automaker says that advanced driver assistance systems can significantly reduce crashes and help inexperienced teen drivers to be safer. Safety Shield 360 is a suite of six active safety technologies.

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2021 Nissan Altima pricing announced for the US

2021 Nissan Altima pricing announced for the US

Nissan has announced the MSRP range for the 2021 Altima, which is the automaker's best-selling sedan. The starting MSRP for an Altima S FWD is $24,300. The next step up the ladder is the Altima SV FWD starting at $25,400; this is the first vehicle also available with AWD starting at $26,800.

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Nissan is reportedly abandoning the US commercial and passenger van market

Nissan is reportedly abandoning the US commercial and passenger van market

A new report is making the rounds the claims Nissan has decided to no longer sell its line of commercial and passenger vans in the United States. Instead of offering commercial and passenger vans for fleet sales, the report claims that the automaker will push sedans and SUVs for fleet sales. Nissan is said to be ending production of the full-size NV vans at its Canton Mississippi plant and the compact NV200 van produced in Mexico next summer.

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2021 Nissan Rogue debuts starting at $25,650

2021 Nissan Rogue debuts starting at $25,650

Nissan has officially unveiled the third-generation of its Rogue SUV. The vehicle has a "family hub" interior promising utility and comfort for all occupants with four-door Intelligent Key and tri-zone climate control. The line has available enhanced ProPILOT Assist with Navi-link and comes standard with Nissan Safety Shield 360.

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2021 Nissan Rogue First Drive – Reinvention starts here

2021 Nissan Rogue First Drive – Reinvention starts here

Nissan is balanced on a knife-edge, and the new 2021 Rogue may be the crossover SUV that tips it one way or the other. Sales highlight in the automaker's range, and looking all the more important as Nissan promises a revamped, revitalized, and model-reduced future, the stakes are clearly high.

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Nissan debuts NISMO performance parts for Frontier, Titan, and Xterra at Rebelle Rally

Nissan debuts NISMO performance parts for Frontier, Titan, and Xterra at Rebelle Rally

Japanese carmaker Nissan is making a bold statement at this year’s 2020 Rebelle Rally event. Nissan is set to debut its newest lineup of NISMO off-road parts for the 2005-2020 Frontier, 2016-2021 Titan, and 2005-2015 Xterra at the said event. The 2020 Rebelle Rally begins October 8 in Lake Tahoe and ends at the Imperial Sand Dunes in California on October 17.

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