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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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Nissan Bumps Price of GT-R Past $100k for 2015

January 31st, 2014

2015 Nissan GT-R

We  lost count at how many times Nissan’s explosive GT-R has been hailed the “best sports car under $100k”.  But for 2015 that price finally slides past the $!00k barrier with the base model now carrying a tag of $101,770.

Pricing also goes up for the hardcore Black Editon and two-seat Track Edition, which rise to $111,510 and $115,710. The sports car’s destination charge has risen for 2015, too, all the way from $1,000 to $1,595.

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2014 Nissan LEAF Price Increases for 2014

January 29th, 2014

Nissan Raises Price on LEAF for 2014

After Nissan ushered in a huge jump in sales for its popular Nissan LEAF electric car in 2013 by lopping more than $6,000 off the vehicle’s starting price, the company reverses the trend by raising pricing for the 2014 model year… but just by a bit. The LEAF rises $180 for 2014 to now start at $28,980 before destination for the entry-level “S” model.

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Nissan LEAF Sales Jump, But Not Best Selling EV

January 7th, 2014

2014 Nissan LEAF

By selling 22,610 examples of its pioneering Nissan LEAF electric car in the ‘States in 2013, Nissan USA more than doubled the total number of LEAFs (Leaves?) sold in 2012. You can thank a big drop in price and some key upgrades for that, as well as increased consumer acceptance of electric cars. And the LEAF had its best month ever in December, selling a rock-solid 2,529 units.

But the LEAF’s strong total still wasn’t quite enough to make it the best-selling electric car this year.

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Nissan Struggles to Keep Pace With Nissan LEAF Demand

July 22nd, 2013

2013 Nissan LEAF Demand Outstrips Supply

Nissan Motor Company now finds itself in a curious position after modern electric cars have been slow to gain any real steam on the new car market. With demand increasingly drastically in the U.S., especially in markets like Atlanta, Houston and Raleigh not thought of as havens for the environmentally conscious, the maker of the newly improved 2013 Nissan LEAF all-electric hatchback now cannot build the things fast enough.

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