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Nissan Kicks Coming Stateside, Replacing Juke

Nissan has announced it will launch its Kicks compact crossover in the U.S. The Kicks is already on sale in select global markets and will indirectly replace the funky Nissan Juke when it arrives in dealerships next June.  Nissan Kicks is clearly aiming for the younger crowd, something that was evident by the high-energy performance of singer Robert Delong at…

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Nissan May Need Another U.S. Assembly Plant
Self-Driving Nissan Rogue Radar

Nissan Motor Company has nearly maxed out its current production capacity at its U.S. assembly plants. With plans to continue growing in the American market, the company may find itself needing a third plant stateside.  In the last six years Nissan sales have increased 70 percent in the U.S. market. A tempered version of this growth is expected to continue…

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Nissan Restarts Japanese Production After Scandal

Nissan says it is in the process of restarting production of vehicles for the local market in Japan. The company had previously halted production of vehicles destined for its home market on October 20th amid a scandal associated with final inspection of vehicles after assembly.  In total, Nissan halted production at all six of its Japanese plants after the Japanese…

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Nissan Xterra Could Comeback

Ford Bronco. Chevrolet Blazer. By now it is obvious that the industry is making it a trend to bring throwback nameplates of SUVs past to market today. Nissan is apparently considering capitalizing on the trend themselves with the return of the Xterra SUV.  According to unnamed sources at MotorTrend Nissan executives are seeing the recent sales success of the Toyota 4Runner and…

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Nissan IMx Concept May Influence Next Rogue Sport

Nissan's dramatic looking IMx Concept revealed at last week's Tokyo Motor Show may preview some design elements of the next Rogue Sport.  Nissan leveraged the IMx Concept primarily to showcase the company's "Intelligent Mobility" strategy, which converges electrification, self-driving technology and communications as capstones of Nissan's future. However, the design of the IMx threw everyone off a bit as it…

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