Shannon and Christin Monroe of Orlando, Fla., decided to go electric, in a Nissan LEAF, 18 months ago. They since have logged nearly 24,000 commuting miles traveling to work, running errands and driving around town.
Need to get from point A to point B in the most fuel-efficient and convenient way possible? TotalCarScore.com suggests hopping in a 100-percent electric Nissan LEAF, which it recently named the No. 1 car for commuting.
At the R&D Center and headquarters of supplier Calsonic Kansei, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn expressed confidence in the company's growth and cost leadership, as the two work in tandem to keep production in Japan in check, from Nissan GT-Rs to EVs.
Great design delivered through innovation - Nissan is showcasing its bold approach in spectacular style at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Showing the strength and depth of its highly successful range, Nissan is exhibiting an array of vehicles that offer an exciting glimpse of what the future holds for the brand.
There were no parties in Sao Paulo for the Signatech Nissan team after the No.23 Oreca-Nissan was forced to retire from round five of the FIA World Endurance Championship while running competitively in third place.
Nissan kicks off Child Passenger Safety Week by celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Snug Kids™ program, the automotive industry's first child safety seat fit initiative. Since 2002, Nissan has provided parents and caregivers with peace of mind by offering valuable tools and resources to help determine which child safety seats fit properly in Nissan and Infiniti vehicles, as well as tips on how to achieve a secure fit when installing a rear or forward-facing child seat or booster.
Turning in a leased car is about to get easier, quicker and more convenient for customers of two Japanese brands. Nissan and Infiniti dealers now have a new app called RPM Mobile. It allows dealers to complete a lease return simply by using a cell phone or tablet.
The team behind the radical Nissan DeltaWing has declared it has 'unfinished business'... after being unceremoniously shoved out of the famous Le Mans 24 Hours in June, the fans' favorite will return to finish what it started at the event's little brother, Petit Le Mans.
Nissan has taken the wraps off the engine that it plans to use in next year's Australian V8 Supercars Championship, with Nissan Australia CEO William F. Peffer, Jr., and Kelly Racing's Todd Kelly unveiling the engine in Melbourne this week.
Next week a team of wounded service personnel from Mission Motorsport will compete in the Britcar 24 Hours in a Nissan 370Z. Major James "Jim" Cameron, Tpr James "Jimmy" Gillborn, L/Cpl Martyn "Copey" Copleston and Sgt Gary "Gaz" Dunning still have a mountain to climb before they line up on the grid at Silverstone but they are making incredible progress with their preparations.