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Racing in a Nissan 370Z: Jethro Bovingdon's race report

Rated 5 out of 55

Jethro Bovingdon, 08 June 2010 21:45

Racing always seems like a great idea when you agree to it. Seems like a great idea when you arrive at a paddock buzzing with activity and excitement, too. But later there will be lonely moments when you wonder quite why you agreed to strap yourself into an uncomfortable and unfamiliar car and try to drive it faster than all ...

Nissan March/Micra (2010) CAR review

Rated 2 out of 52

Ben Pulman, 27 April 2010 16:52

The bright green car you see before you is the latest Nissan Micra – known as the Nissan March in Japan and Thailand – and it’s a new supermini that will be sold in 160 countries worldwide and built in at least four different factories. Underneath is Nissan’s all-new V-platform, and it’s a set of underpinnings that will not only ...

Nissan rekindles Almera with new Golf rival

Rated 3 out of 53

Tim Pollard, 08 April 2010 09:26

Nissan plans to re-enter some of the heartland markets it departed with the loss of the Almera and Primera, CAR can reveal. It's a U-turn from a strategy that saw Nissan desert mainstream models in favour of crossovers and niche cars such as the Qashqai and Note. In an interview at the signing of the Daimler-Renault-Nissan cooperation yesterday, the Japanese ...

Nissan Micra (2010) at the Geneva motor show

Rated 2 out of 52

Ben Pulman, 02 March 2010 13:19

This is the new Nissan Micra, revealed today at the 2010 Geneva motor show by company chief exec Carlos Ghosn. The new Nissan Micra doesn’t does look quite as cool as the old Nissan Micra – what’s happened? Blame the need to appeal to buyers in over 160 countries, and Nissan’s desire to keep its cost down – fancy steel ...

Nissan Cube 1.6 Kaizen (2010) CAR review

Rated 3 out of 53

Jed Maxwell, 19 February 2010 10:00

It’s taken three generations, but Nissan’s funky Cube has finally made it Europe through official channels. But is it a case of style over substance? Hmm, this latest Nissan Cube looks slightly less, well, square. Yes, some of the earlier car’s styling edge has gone, in both senses, but it’s still a striking looking car and stands out a mile ...

Nissan Juke (2010): the full first official news, photos

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

Tim Pollard, 10 February 2010 17:15

One of the surprises of the year: Nissan today slid the covers off the new 2010 Juke crossover – and it's one radical-looking mini 4x4. Even Nissan officials call it 'challenging' and its postmodern face is one that's bound to spark controversy on message boards around the world wide web. The new B-segment Nissan Juke takes its cues from the ...

Nissan Juke (2010): the crossover née Qazana

Rated 2 out of 52

Tim Pollard, 07 January 2010 10:36

Nissan has just released this solitary teaser photo of the new Nissan Juke – the production name for the concept car formerly known as Qazana. It's our first official look at the Juke, which we had scooped over Christmas. It'll be Nissan's third crossover in Europe, slotting into the line-up beneath the Qashqai and Murano. The Juke will be built ...

Nissan Qazana (2010): the new spy photos

Rated 3 out of 53

Tim Pollard, 23 December 2009 06:45

It might be a grainy, long-lens spyshot rattled off during Scandinavian winter testing, but this is one of the first views of the production Nissan Qazana. It’s Nissan’s new 2010 SUV, a shrunken Qashqai to slot into the emerging mini-SUV market. The Qazana appears to follow loosely the format set by the 2008 concept car: a compact SUV lite with ...

Nissan updates GT-R for Europe

Rated 4 out of 54

Chris Chilton, 11 November 2009 11:06

Now that the initial excitement over the GT-R has died down, Nissan has launched a round of improvements aimed at improving its reliability, comfort and yes, even its ability to plaster a smile across your face. So what's new to the Nissan GT-R? Are they all minute but massively important changes? Apparently so. Changes to spring and damper rates improve the ...

Nissan’s new lightweight philosophy revealed

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

Guy Bird, 28 October 2009 14:00

The leaked official drawings of the new Nissan Micra might have revealed the conventional styling of the company’s new supermini, but they gave little clue to the dramatically lightweight new platform that underpins it. The new Micra will be significantly lighter and more fuel efficient than the outgoing car due to a ruthless pursuit of weight reduction on the new V-platform (V ...

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