Nissan's Japanese-exclusive Pike cars once made the New York Times. Legendary design critic, Phil Patton, known for his fascinating insights on everything from Air Jordan sneakers to tyre tread patterns, discussed Nissan's series with the world's most-famous masthead. He dubbed Nissan's retro take on automotive design, "the height of post-modernism"...
Fresh from a midlife facelift, the Nissan Navara is looking to reclaim its position as a favourite of the four-wheel-drive ute segment.
Upgraded with a more energy-dense battery pack and extended real-world range, the Nissan Leaf e+ makes more sense for Australian buyers – especially one-car households.
We couldn't wait for the real thing, so we've slipped behind the virtual wheel of the next Nissan Z for a sneak peek.
We test the updated 2021 Nissan Navara, the biggest change to the model since this generation went on sale in 2015.
Nissan has delivered an X-Trail facelift to help the model appeal for the next 12 months until the all-new model arrives. The additions improve an already solid offering.
The Nissan Exa isn’t fondly remembered as one of the great and affordable sport coupes. Certainly, the first-generation (N12) that lobbed on our shores in 1983, with its breathless 1.5-litre turbo four making an asthmatic 77kW at a screaming 6500rpm didn't exactly ooze sporting prowess. And its angular wedge-shape, although in keeping with the time, was notable for its distinct lack of curves...
The 1980s were a strange time for the Australian car industry.
It's time to farewell the Nissan Navara N-Trek Warrior from the CarAdvice long-term garage. After a few months, the things we appreciated from the outset have become even clearer.
We know the Navara N-Trek Warrior is a good thing off-road. It's supposed to be. However, the changes that have been made to beef it up off-road, also make it better on-road.
It’s the Qashqai you know and love, but with some extra finishing touches for a more assertive look.