2023 all-electric Nissan Ariya priced from $44,485

Yet another all-electric crossover is joining the market, with the 2023 Nissan Ariya arriving late fall starting from $44,485 including destination. That will get you the entry-level Engage FWD model, equipped with a 63-kWh battery. Opting for the e-4ORCE all-wheel-drive model will cost an additional $4,000. In total, Nissan will offer six different trim levels […]

by Jason Siu
2023 Nissan Leaf SV Plus review: Neither new nor improved, and that’s OK

There a quite a few reasons not to buy a 2023 Nissan Leaf, but paradoxically, despite having some significant shortcomings, the updated version of this pioneering electric vehicle could be the ideal EV for you. Soldiering on for another model year, the Leaf received some mild enhancements for 2023, just don’t expect groundbreaking technical innovation, […]

by Craig Cole
We drive the Nissan Sakura in Los Angeles (Virtually)

In North America we tend to lust over vehicles we can’t buy on our shores. These forbidden fruits are either cars developed specifically for a certain market or ones never sold here for any number of various reasons. The closest we ever get to vehicles like the Renault Mégane e-Tech and Volkswagen ID.3 is through […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan Ariya will drive from the North to the South Pole in an epic expedition

Nissan has announced a partnership with British adventurer Chris Ramsey for an adventure from the magnetic North Pole to the South Pole. Ramsey will be behind the wheel of the Japanese automaker’s latest battery-electric vehicle, the Nissan Ariya. The trip will cover 27,000 kilometers or 16,777 miles crossing several regions and continents. This will also […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan Sakura EV and Mitsubishi eK X EV are pint-sized, family-friendly Kei cars

Nissan and Mitsubishi are developing tiny battery-electric vehicles for their home market of Japan and the first fruits of that have officially been revealed. The Nissan Sakura EV and Mitsubishi eK X EV are the first two models from this collaboration. Both vehicles are highly affordable and promise to be great for daily driving duties […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan details higher output e-Power series hybrid system for Europe

Nissan has been selling its e-Power series hybrid system for a few years now. Initially available only in Asia, it will arrive in Europe this year on the new Qashqai. This latest version has been tuned specifically for the European market and is the second version of this system. It uses a 156-hp 1.5-liter VC-Turbo […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan previews next update to ProPilot system

Nissan has previewed the next evolution of its ProPilot semi-autonomous driving assistance system. This upgrade includes what the automaker calls Ground Truth Perception technology, which now includes LiDAR sensors complementing radar and camera. The system can now detect the shape and distance of an object and structures in the area surrounding the vehicle in real-time […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Refreshed 2023 Nissan Leaf streamlined to two models

The refreshed 2023 Nissan Leaf has arrived in North America at the 2022 New York Auto Show sporting a lightly tweaked look just like the European-spec model. That means the chrome V pattern in the enclosed grille is gone and you now have headlights that have been reshaped ever so slightly. Nissan’s new logo has […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan shows off prototype solid-state battery production facility

Nissan has unveiled its prototype production facility for laminated all-solid-state battery cells. The site is located inside the Nissan Research Center in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan where it will play a crucial role in the development of this type of technology. As part of its Ambition 2030 plan, Nissan aims to launch a battery-electric vehicle equipped […]

by Stefan Ogbac
Nissan doubles down on electrification, ends investment in pure internal combustion engines

Nissan has revealed that it will have a total of six electrified vehicles for Europe coming this summer. This announcement also disclosed that the automaker will no longer launch pure internal combustion engines in Europe starting in 2023. By 2026, it expects its sales mix to make up 75 percent electrified vehicles and is aiming […]

by Stefan Ogbac