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Anthony ffrench-Constant: a Micra name change

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Anthony ffrench-Constant, 23 March 2011 10:45

Jif to Cif… Marathon to Snickers… Opal Fruits to Starburst… Ulay to Olay… And, boasting such an wholly absurd name that I have absolutely no idea what it might once have been called or, indeed, what the hell it does anyway; Cillit Bang (the missus tells me it’s a grooming product for tidying the nether regions of those toy dogs ...

Nissan GT-R (2011) CAR review

Rated 2.5 out of 52.5

Ben Barry, 15 March 2011 10:30

When the R35-spec Nissan GT-R first appeared in 2007 it stunned the automotive world, notching up easy victories against the likes of the Porsche 911 Turbo in comparison tests, and posting incredible Nurburgring lap times. Now Nissan claims it has 'enhanced' the GT-R for 2011, so just how much better has it become? Read on for CAR's review of the new Nissan GT-R. What's changed ...

Nissan Esflow electric concept car (2011) at 2011 Geneva motor show

Rated 4 out of 54

Tim Pollard, 09 February 2011 14:26

Nissan may be all goody two shoes with the Leaf electric car - but this new Esflow concept car is designed to prove to the world that Nissan can make EVs exciting too. The new Nissan Esflow will be shown at the 2011 Geneva motor show. It's essentially a rebodied Leaf, using that car's battery know-how wrapped in a dramatic ...

Nissan X-Trail

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Nissan X-Trail information: everything you need to know if you own a Nissan X-Trail, are thinking of buying one or just want to find out more about the X-Trail. Click on the links below for all of CAR Magazine’s news, reviews, videos, scoops and spy photos of the X-Trail car range. We list the top 10 stories for each model ...

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Nissan Leaf EV to cost £397 a month in UK

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Sarah-Jayne Harrison, 09 December 2010 09:36

Tax exempt, Congestion Charge free and costing buttons to fuel. That's the claim from Nissan, which today revealed its new Leaf electric car will be available to lease in the UK from £397 per month. Nissan will take a £3850 deposit for a personal contract purchase scheme and then charge £397 a month. It confirmed the Leaf will be exempt from road tax, ...

Gavin Green's 10 most influential cars of 2010

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Gavin Green, 06 December 2010 09:25

The industrial revolution didn’t end with the Victorians. It now moves faster than ever, not least in cars. 2010 probably saw more visionary production and concept cars than any year, ever. Gavin Green picks the top 10 cars of the year. 1. Nissan LeafElectric cars are the future. And this is the first production EV (electric vehicle) that offers similar performance, ...

Nissan Ellure concept (2010) unveiled

Rated 3 out of 53

Robby Tyler, 18 November 2010 14:55

The Nissan Ellure has today made its world debut at the 2010 LA auto show. What is the objective behind the Ellure? Nissan's senior vice president and chief creative officer, Shiro Nakamura states that 'it's not intended as a preview of any upcoming production model' and that 'the Ellure confirms Nissan’s intention to be a strong player in the sedan ...

Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet (2011) news

Rated 3.5 out of 53.5

Ben Pulman, 14 November 2010 18:00

This, believe it or not, is the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet. And it’s not a concept, but a production car that will go on sale in the USA from spring 2011. Nissan has released this teaser image of the Murano CrossCabriolet ahead of the vehicle’s official unveiling at the 2010 LA Auto Show next week. Hang on, so the Nissan Murano ...

How to launch a Nissan Cube

Rated 5 out of 55

Ben Pulman, 08 November 2010 11:35

In page 144 of the current November 2010 issue of CAR, you may have noticed two rather amazing shots of our long-term Nissan Cube. One is of the Cube in mid-air, all four wheels hanging slack as Jethro Bovingdon takes to the skies in our little white box. And the second, wince-inducing image, is of our Cube coming back down ...

Nissan mobility concept (2010): it's Nissan's Twizy

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Sarah-Jayne Harrison, 01 November 2010 16:24

You'd be forgiven for thinking we'd mistitled a story about the Renault Twizy. It's not - take another look and you'll spot important differences. Like a Nissan badge. To all intents and purposes, this is the Nissan Twizy. Called Nissan's new mobility concept, it's the most blatant example of badge engineering we've yet seen at the alliance. The Nissan Twizy is of course fully electric ...

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