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2015 Nissan Micra Coming to the U.S.?

June 10th, 2014

2015 Nissan Micra Coming to US

If you’ve never heard of the Nissan Micra, you’re not alone. Sold in various world markets by either that name or as the Nissan March, the tidy little hatchback has been a big hit with our brothers to the North in Canada.

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Nissan’s New Electric Minivan Coming Soon

June 10th, 2014

Nissan e-NV200 Electric Minivan Coming 2015

Nissan has already begun production on its first ever all-electric minivan, with initial limited deliveries in Europe and California set to take place soon and a U.S. public release planned for some time next year.

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All-New Nissan LEAF Coming Soon

May 13th, 2014

Next Generation Nissan LEAF Coming Soon

Nissan is hard at work behind closed doors on its next-generation LEAF battery-electric car, set to hit the market by 2017. In a recent interview with Automotive News, Nissan vice president of electric vehicles Andy Palmer gave the first details on what should be a vastly improved EV. The primary keys to success on the new project, Nissan says, are more mainstream styling and longer driving range.

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Nissan Kills Cube in Canada

May 13th, 2014

2014 Nissan Cube

Canadians will have to look elsewhere for their asymmetrically designed car fix, as the Nissan Cube is no longer available for sale. Nissan quietly removed the Cube from its Canadian website, and when reached for comment confirmed the model is no longer available. Seeking to focus consumers’ attention on other similar-sized nameplates such as the Micra, Versa Note, Juke and Sentra makes sense as Cube sales have slowed to a trickle.

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Nissan Restoring 1996 Nissan Maxima From Craigslist

February 12th, 2014

Nissan Restoring Maxima Off Craigslist

A used and well-worn 1996 Nissan Maxima, complete with torn seats, road rash and a dangerous looking thrown-together hood latch, will be getting a full factory restoration by none other than Nissan Motor Company itself—thanks to the creativity of the car’s owner.

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