Nissan drivers will be more connected than ever in 2015 with NissanConnect℠ Mobile Apps – Nissan's global connected services platform – offering Twitter® and TripAdvisor® along with the launch of iOS support for Pandora®. These latest additions to NissanConnect Mobile Apps join an already-established list including Facebook, Google and iHeartRadio.
Some say there's more to life than popularity, but with Edmunds.com "Most Popular" awards, it seems to be rather important. Edmunds.com recently named the 2015 Nissan Altima "Most Popular Midsize Car," the 2015 Nissan Frontier "Most Popular Compact Truck," and the 2015 Nissan Pathfinder "Most Popular Midsize Traditional SUV."
The new Nissan TITAN is designed to be a warrior for "warriors" – both in look and in performance. That's according to the team at Nissan Design America (NDA) in San Diego, Calif. that played a major role in its creation. Nissan Design America explored the ancient roots of the name 'TITAN' in creating this vehicle, and both the front end and logo were inspired by the warrior helmets of antiquity.
As the covers were pulled off the 2016 Nissan TITAN XD full-size pickup at the 2015 North American International Auto Show, it was really two debuts in one – with the all-new Cummins 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel engine being shown for the first time installed in a vehicle as well.
As Nissan continues toward its goal of 10 percent market share in the U.S., the company has named Michael Colleran regional vice president, Nissan Northeast Region, effective Jan. 1. Colleran will take over from Gary Frigo, Nissan's current regional vice president, Northeast Region, who has elected to retire at year's end.
As customers flood local stores this week looking for Black Friday deals, Nissan is offering Atlanta buyers of the all-electric LEAF its own money-saving holiday special: no-cost public charging for two years.
Nissan has promoted Judy Wheeler to the role of vice president, Nissan Southeast Region and Randy Parker to the role of vice president, Nissan West Region. Each previously served as the regional vice president for the same geographic areas. They will continue to report to Fred Diaz, senior vice president, U.S. Sales & Marketing and Operations, Nissan.