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Nissan exits Australian Supercar Championship to focus on SUVs, EVs

Nissan Australia has confirmed it will not renew its contract with Kelly Racing to compete in the Australian Supercar Championship, exiting the series at the end of 2018 after six years in the game. It has been known for at least a year that Nissan had been in discussion on whether it would continue with the series, but the change in leadership last August – when Australian Richard Emery was replaced as CEO by Canadian Stephen Lester – may have been the final nail...

2019 Nissan Altima revealed - UPDATE

Update (30/3): Nissan Australia has issued a statement regarding local prospects for the new-generation Altima. See bottom of article for details. The new-generation 2019 Nissan Altima has been revealed at the New York motor show, bringing an all-new design, upgraded technology and all-wheel drive to the long-running nameplate...

2018 Nissan Altima teased ahead of New York motor show

Nissan has provided a first look at the upcoming Altima sedan, set to debut at the New York motor show later this month. Details about the new Altima are predictably tricky to nail down. Nissan has only provided one shadowy sketch of its latest Camry competitor, but it looks like a much racier design than the last – slightly dumpy – Altima...

2019 Nissan Altima confirmed for New York

The next-generation Nissan Altima sedan will be revealed at the New York motor show next month. Nissan released the above image as a teaser – which doesn't show the car at all – because the US Northeast region is the most popular market for the Altima...

Nissan goes old-school cool for Supercars ‘Retro Round’

Everything old is new again, or so they say. And Nissan has announced it's bringing back a motorsport classic for next weekend's 'Retro Round' of the 2017 Supercars Championship. The blue Calsonic-liveried R32 Nissan GT-R of the 1990s dominated Japanese Group A racing and quickly became an icon of the sport, and for Nissan as a whole...

CarAdvice News Desk: The weekly wrap for April 7, 2017

Welcome to the CarAdvice.com News Desk, a regular video wrap of the latest happenings in the automotive world and Australia's new-car market. Keeping you in the loop, Tegan Lawson presents a weekly video from the CarAdvice Garage, with everything you need to know about the week in news and reviews...

Nissan Altima and Pulsar axed, replacements on the horizon - UPDATE

Update - Nissan Australia has confirmed that while the Altima and Pulsar in their current forms will no longer be imported, replacements for both models are to be announced in the "future". See bottom of article for details The Nissan Altima has been quietly dropped from the local line-up, leaving the Japanese manufacturer with no sedan models in its range...

Nissan recalls 3.53m vehicles over faulty occupant sensor, Australia not affected - UPDATE

Update: Nissan Australia has confirmed that Australian models are not affected by this recall as local models use a different kind of occupant-sensing system. See bottom of article for details. Japanese manufacturer Nissan is recalling 3.53 million vehicles globally, due to a faulty occupant classification system (OCS) that may not deploy the airbags properly in the event of an accident...

Nissan not in V8 Supercars to sell Altima, racing fans favouring SUVs and utes

Nissan Australia says while it may have initially had Nissan Altima sales in mind when it decided to use the mid-sized sedan for its return to top-level local motorsport, that focus has now shifted, with the brand's V8 Supercars involvement delivering greater benefits for SUV and dual-cab ute sales...

Nissan Altima facelift unveiled in the USA

Overnight, the Japanese automaker unveiled an extensive mid-life facelift for its Nissan Altima sedan. As promised, the company has given the Altima sedan a revised exterior that has the hallmarks of the company's latest design language, dubbed "energetic flow", which has already been applied to the America-only Maxima and Murano...

Nissan Altima, Pulsar sedans to receive Murano-inspired facelift

Nissan's design chief has gone on the record stating that the facelifted and next-generation versions of both the Altima and Pulsar sedans will have a sportier aesthetic. At the Paris motor show, The Car Connection spoke to Nissan design chief Shiro Nakamura about what he has in store for the Pulsar sedan (known as the Sentra in the US), Altima and the next-generation US market Maxima — a front-wheel drive "sports sedan" that sits above the Altima...

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