Lets start off by admitting the Nissan Titan is not among the big three pickups and probably won't be for a while due to the fiercely loyal Ford, Chevy and Ram owners. However, that does not mean Nissan doesn't make a solid truck. In January of 2015 the second generation Nissan Titan made its debut. Light years better than the archaic first generation, the new Titans are a welcomed edition to the competitive half ton pickup market.
Nissan's upcoming next-gen Leaf will introduce a new feature called the e-Pedal, which will allow for a single pedal to be used for accelleration and braking, allowing people to drive with just one pedal. Many people will already be familiar with this method, as it's just about like driving one of the Autopia cars at Disneyland.
Nissan has introduced drive-away pricing for entry-level ST 2WD versions of its QASHQAI small SUV, which will be replaced by an all-new model late this year, including a new N-Sport model claimed to add $1800 of extra value.
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NISSAN IS INTRODUCING SINGLE PEDAL DRIVING LIKE IN AN AMUSEMENT PARK CAR21st August 2017
Nissan wheels out QASHQAI N-Sport special19th June 2017