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2018 Nissan Kicks starts at $17,990

2018 Nissan Kicks starts at $17,990

Nissan has announced the pricing details for the latest crossover to be added to the line called the Kicks. Pricing for the Kicks S will start at $17,990. Kicks will go on sale this spring at Nissan dealers around the country slipping into the line with the Rogue and Rogue Sport.

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2019 Nissan Altima first look: An AWD lure to dump your crossover

2019 Nissan Altima first look: An AWD lure to dump your crossover

The midsize sedan wars are about to get very interesting, with the 2019 Nissan Altima making a loud debut at the New York International Auto Show today. Promising some seriously innovative engine technology, combined with the automaker's ProPILOT Assist driver-assistance gadgetry, it's the sixth generation of one of Nissan's best-selling models.

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Nissan promises 8 new EVs and 1m yearly sales by 2022

Nissan promises 8 new EVs and 1m yearly sales by 2022

Nissan will target 1m electrified vehicle sales each year by 2022, the Japanese automaker has announced today, though not all of those cars will do away with internal combustion altogether. The plan is part of the company's ambitious "Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022" roadmap, which includes not only EVs and hybrids but a push for autonomous driving, too.

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Nissan’s Reborn Light gives old EV batteries a streetlamp job

Nissan’s Reborn Light gives old EV batteries a streetlamp job

Nissan plans to put old electric car batteries to work again, giving them a second life in off-the-grid solar powered street lamps. The project, dubbed The Reborn Light, aims to give EV components another stab at usefulness, after they're no longer up to the job in transportation.

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Nissan IMx EV concept gets green light for production

Nissan IMx EV concept gets green light for production

Soon the Leaf will no longer be Nissan's only all-electric model. The Japanese carmaker has revealed that it will be expanding its EV lineup, with the next model being an SUV. It's even going to look a little familiar to fans of the brand, as Nissan says it will be a production version of its IMx concept SUV that first debuted at the Tokyo Motor Show last fall.

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Nissan begins testing self-driving taxi service in Japan

Nissan begins testing self-driving taxi service in Japan

The US has been at the forefront of self-driving technology, with Silicon Valley serving as a hotbed for its development and Uber as a pioneer for the ride hailing market. But Japan's tech and auto giants are eager to catch up, with Nissan announcing that its new autonomous taxi service, Easy Ride, is ready to begin live testing with passengers next month.

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2019 Nissan Altima unveil set for March 28 in NYC

2019 Nissan Altima unveil set for March 28 in NYC

Nissan has been selling the same basic Altima since 2012 with nothing more than some cosmetic updates. Those updates certainly made the car look better, but under the skin, the 2018 Altima was the same as the 2012 Altima. The car has been due for a significant refresh to make it more competitive in its segment for years.

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Nissan Armada Snow Patrol and 370Zki want to play in the snow

Nissan Armada Snow Patrol and 370Zki want to play in the snow

Nissan is showing off a couple cool custom vehicles that will make their debuts at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. The vehicles are a customized Armada called the Snow Patrol and a custom 370Z with tank treads on back and skis out front called the 370Zki. The Snow Patrol Armada is relatively normal showing off some of the accessories that are out there for the SUV.

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The Nissan Z(ombie) just won’t die

The Nissan Z(ombie) just won’t die

Nissan can't bring itself to pull the plug on the Nissan Z but, while it'll keep the current model alive, the future of the nameplate is still unclear. The Japanese company's sports car has been a long-standing member of the Nissan line-up, with six generations spanning the decades from 1969. However, you could easily assume Nissan forgot all about it in recent years.

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2018 Nissan Leaf EPA range reveals good news and bad

2018 Nissan Leaf EPA range reveals good news and bad

Nissan's 2018 Leaf has just received its official economy figures from the EPA, and there's good news and bad for the electric car. Revealed back in September 2017, the new Leaf promised to be more powerful and increase range compared to its popular predecessor, as well as boost the amount of technology available in the cabin.

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Nissan made self-parking slippers

Nissan made self-parking slippers

Nissan might not be your first thought when it comes to footwear, but you might change your mind when you see the automaker's self-parking slippers. Being shown off at a Japanese inn in Hakone, the unexpectedly smart shoes don't just sit around idle when they're not being worn. Instead, they trundle away and tidy themselves up.

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Nissan Xmotion SUV pairs Japanese crafts and a virtual fish

Nissan Xmotion SUV pairs Japanese crafts and a virtual fish

The Detroit Auto Show 2018 is shaping up to be seriously truck-dominated, and Nissan is getting in on the action with the Nissan Xmotion concept. Described as the automaker's vision of a new Nissan design direction for 2020 and beyond, the three-row SUV concept - the name of which is pronounced "cross motion," so the company insists - is intended to blend Japanese culture and craftsmanship with American utility.

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