Nissan's U.S. sales have significantly outperformed the industry in 2014, up 12.7 percent CYTD through June. Sales have been led by the recently redesigned Altima, Rogue and Sentra – along with other models such as LEAF, JUKE, Frontier and NV200. This gives the Nissan lineup great momentum heading into the 2015 model year. Headlining the changes for 2015 is the upcoming launch of the all-new Nissan Murano. There are also a number of significant enhancements to other Nissan cars, SUVs and trucks for 2015. Following is a top-line overview of the 2015 changes, followed by more complete "Fast Facts" product information.
Already known for its fuel-efficient sedans and SUVs, Nissan is keeping fuel efficiency a priority across all segments as gas prices remain high. This week, Edmunds.com named the 2014 Nissan Frontier and the 2014 Nissan Titan among its “Top 9 Most Fuel Efficient Trucks for 2014.” The Frontier tied for second with 21 mpg combined highway/city fuel economy, while the Titan finished ninth with 15 mpg combined highway/city fuel economy.
Nissan announced today its philanthropic initiative in support of Wounded Warrior Project® (WWP) that will help fuel the next phase of "Project Titan," the automaker's second crowd-source vehicle program that will build the ultimate off-road capable full-size truck.
Nissan's full-size Titan pickup will become the automaker's next crowd-sourced project vehicle. Nissan made the announcement today during a special media event at the 2014 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show and Conference in Las Vegas.
Nissan is in the development phase of its next-generation Titan full-size pickup, and the automaker is talking to the people who know trucks well – people who can provide the latest insight into what truck buyers want.
Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2014 Nissan Titan pickup and 2014 Nissan Armada full-size SUV. Pricing is unchanged from 2013 for both vehicles, which are on sale now at Nissan dealers nationwide.
Herding cattle, mending fences, hunting and fishing. These are the memories of summer for Nissan’s Rich Miller. A 10,000-acre ranch south of Boise, Idaho, was his playground. It was also the perfect spot to bring his colleagues who are working on bringing the next-generation Nissan Titan to market.