Remember the Kicks concept? Nissan unveiled it at the Sao Paulo Motor Show back in 2014. And now it's putting it – or some version thereof – into production. Nissan never said much about the concept it revealed in Brazil over a year ago, but the design was undertaken in collaboration between its studios in Rio de Janeiro, San Diego, and Japan. The form envisioned a crossover positioned
Nissan is issuing two recalls that affect a total of 300,301 vehicles in the US. By far the larger of the two covers 298,747 examples of the 2012-2015 Versa and 2014-2015 Versa Note. The center console trim panel on these vehicles can catch a driver's shoe when it's moving from the acclerator to the brake. The delay could potentially cause an accident. To fix things dealers will modify the part,
Mitsubishi has quietly had some big success recently. The Japanese brand sold 77,643 vehicles in the US for all of 2014, a 24.8 percent jump over 2013. While still relatively small overall (Ford sold 74,355 F-Series trucks just in December, for example), it shows definite growth for the sometimes forgotten automaker. Unfortunately, the latest news might not help the company's future expansion.
Nissan will have something for its whole spectrum of fans at this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas. A trio of tuned 2016 Titans XDs will be there to show a tough side, and the brand will also present powerhouse by putting a 2016 GT-R Nismo N-Attack Package on display. For the GT-R Nismo buyer that really wants to boast about the ability to run the Nurburgring in 7:08.679, then the N-Attack