Nissan Moves Dealerships Back into Dense City Centers

NEW YORK (June 17, 2013) - The once crime ridden area called Hell's Kitchen in New York City is now considered to be an ideal location for many car companies. John Iacono and his family just opened a new Nissan dealership, and a new Infiniti dealership, on the street. The site takes up an entire city block in Manhattan, and Iacono says this new facility is his ideal.
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Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announces breakthrough technologies at CES

Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn announces breakthrough technologies at CES

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan "Seamless Autonomous Mobility," or SAM

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017

Nissan at CES 2017