Nissan Leans Into New Era With Fresh Looks, Hot Tech
While corporate turmoil has battered Nissan, the brand has a strong stable of legacy and new models that give it significant running room in the global turbulent automotive landscape.
The new 2021 Rogue, a worldwide class leading crossover, is enjoying strong response to its new more contemporary look and dazzling tech.
The mid-sized 2022 Pathfinder SUV hits the market with rugged, tech laden appeal … in a super competitive class.
The 2022 Frontier pick-up has major cred in the mid-sized pickup segment and now has a new look inside and out after a 2019 new drivetrain intro.
The Nissan Kicks is updated this year, commended by snazzy two-tone styling, a bounteous premium standard equipment list and big interior space for an under $20K base price.
For the all-electric era Nissan boasts the 300 mile range Ariya AWD SUV due later this year, and the 226 mile range Leaf … the earliest global EV leader.
The most anticipated new issue from Nissan is the relentlessly teased 400Z — expected in showrooms before the summer. Powered by an Infiniti twin-turbo V6 Nissan hopes to revive the Z magic born in 1969.