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Nissan Juke – One of Nissan’s Most Successful Cars

The Nissan Qashqai has become one of Nissan’s most popular cars; therefore it comes as no surprise that the number of people seeking to lease a Nissan Qashqai is on the increase.  The Qashqai can reach 0-60mph in around 10 seconds and reaches speeds of up to 115mph. If having a fuel efficient car is [...]

2014 Nissan Qashqai prices revealed

Details of the brand new 2014 Nissan Qashqai crossover, with a more efficient engine and more advanced safety features, has now been revealed to go on sale in February 2014 with prices ranging from £17,595 up to £27,845.  The 2014 model gets updated styling, engine variants, interior design and also available equipment options, including Park [...]

The Green Revolution Comes to Nissan and Chevrolet

With the first generation proper of top of the range electric cars becoming a reality, both Nissan and Chevrolet have made very pleasing announcements which go to show that more and more manufacturers are getting in on the action.

New Nissan Land Glider Concept Car

Nissan’s Land Glider concept is going to be a fully electric urban runabout and features a very narrow body to reduce congestion in dense city centres and make it easier to fit into tight parking spaces.

A look at the Nissan Skyline GTR

The Nissan Skyline GTR has been around for quite some time.  This Japanese sports car first appeared in 1969, and Nissan found that the Skyline was so popular that they produced the car for almost a decade.  In 1977, the last Skyline rolled off the assembly line.  However, in 1989, Nissan revived the Skyline GTR [...]

Scrappage scheme kicks off with 35,000 sales

Despite much scepticism from many parties, the government scrappage scheme to boost car sales in the UK with a £2,000 incentive has resulted in 35,000 new car sales within the first two weeks.

Nissan offers scrappage deal on cars over 8 years old

The car manufacturer Nissan is offering to extend the government backed deal allowing the trade in of cars under ten years old. The deal is being extended to apply to cars eight years or older against vehicles made at its Sunderland plant.

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