2017 Nissan GT-R

A legend among Japanese supercars, Nissan's GT-R finally made it to the US in 2008. Powered by a twin-turbo 3.8L V-6 coupled to a 6-speed dual-clutch transaxle, the all-wheel drive GT-R is one of the highest performance sport coupes available at any price. Each engine is assembled by hand at Nissan's Yokohama engine plant. The latest iteration of the ATTESA E-TS all-wheel drive system varies torque-split from the normal 0:100 to 50:50 (F/R) as road and driving conditions require. Nissan's VDC stability control system and transmission shift mode have three settings controlled by the driver. Brembo disc brakes are at all four wheels, with 6-piston calipers in front and 4-piston calipers at the rear. Dedicated Bridgestone run-flat tires on forged 20-inch alloy wheels are standard: 255/ZRF20 (front) and 285/35ZRF20 (rear). In the cockpit, a complex multi-function display tracks all mechanical and electronic subsystems of the GT-R, and can record vehicle performance data for review. The GT-R was a bargain when first introduced in 2008, but is steadily increasing in price to near supercar levels.

2017 Nissan Juke

Nissan's robust lineup of small cars in North America includes the unique Juke. The Juke is a tall five-passenger hatchback with optional all-wheel-drive. Because the Juke has some SUV styling traits and optional AWD, Nissan is marketing it as a crossover vehicle. A sophisticated 1.6l four-cylinder engine with direct injection and a turbocharger is standard. With 188-horspower, the small Juke should feel quick. The optional all-wheel-drive system can split the torque between the front and rear axle and between the left and right rear wheels to enhance traction and maneuverability. Juke is offered in several trim levels ranging from $19,000 to $25,000. The closest direct competitor to the Juke is the Mini Countryman.

2017 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf is arguably the first electric vehicle designed from the ground up to be produced and sold in large volumes worldwide. The Leaf is a five-passenger vehicle with every expected amenity expected in a modern automobile like power windows, power locks, stability control, navigation system, etc. Leaf is offered in S, SV and SL trim levels. According to the EPA, the Leaf can travel about 73 miles on a full charge. The battery is fully rechargeable in 7 hours at 240V, but an optional DC quick charger port (SL models) allows the Leaf to be 80% charged in 30 minutes. The EPA considers 33.7kW-hrs electricity to be equivalent to 1 gallon of gas, so the Leaf gets the equivalent of 106/92 city/highway. Upon its launch in 2011, the Leaf was only available in small number of states, but the Leaf is now more widely available. US models are made in the US.

2017 Nissan Rogue

The Rogue is a compact crossover SUV with seating for up to seven passengers. The Rogue is similar in size to vehicles like the Honda CR-V and Toyota RAV4; however the optional third row seating sets the Rogue apart from most of its competitors. A fuel-efficient 2.5l four-cylinder engine is the only engine offered. Unlike some others in the segment, there is no V6 option. The Rogue is available in S, SV and SL trim levels with either front-wheel-drive or all-wheel-drive. Well-equipped models are priced from $24,000 to over $30,000.

2017 Nissan Rogue Sport

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2017 Nissan Titan Crew Cab

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2017 Nissan Titan King Cab

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2017 Nissan Titan Single Cab

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2017 Nissan Versa Note

Nissan's lineup of small cars includes the five-door Versa Note hatchback. The Versa Note is a small compact car with seating for five. Even though it rides on a shorter platform than the Sentra, the Versa 5-door actually has more legroom. A standard 1.6l four-cylinder engine is mated to a five-speed manual, or CVT transmission depending on the model. The most fuel efficient CVT models are rated at 31/40 (city/highway). The Versa employs some cost -saving measures like drum brakes and steel wheels to achieve its low starting price of $15,000. While this is common in the segment, there are vehicles under $18,000 with disc brakes.

2017 Nissan Versa sedan

The Versa is Nissan's smallest car and least expensive model. Redesigned for 2012, the second generation model uses advanced powertrain technologies to turn in a respectable EPA rating of 31/40 (city / highway) on most models. Roughly the same size as the Hyundai Accent, the Versa has more legroom and cargo volume than other vehicles in its class. Touting a low starting price of under $12,000 the base model forgoes some common equipment, but a Versa with a reasonable amount of equipment can still be had for around $17,000.

2018 Nissan 370Z

An icon since 1970, the Z is the epitome of outstanding price/performance. For around $30k, the base Z offers a 332-bhp 3.7L V6, 6-speed manual, fully independent suspension, rear-wheel drive and eye-catching styling. The spartan interior has seating for 2-passengers and a wide shallow cargo area accessible through the rear hatch. The factory-tuned NISMO (NISsan MOtorsport) model upgrades the suspension, body aerodynamics, and increases the engine output to 350-bhp.

2018 Nissan 370Z Roadster

The iconic Nissan Z is also offered with a convertible top. The roadster includes the same 332-bhp 3.7L V6, fully independent suspension, rear-wheel drive and eye-catching styling of the coupe. The convertible model trades the hardtop and hatchback for a power-operated soft-top with a glass rear window. Transmission choices mirror those of the coupe, although the base model includes the 7-speed automatic transmission. With pricing starting at around $41,000, the Z roadster is significantly more expensive than the Mazda MX-5, but more affordable than roadster models from luxury automakers.

2018 Nissan Altima

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2018 Nissan Armada

The Armada is Nissan's full-sized SUV.

2018 Nissan Frontier Crew Cab

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2018 Nissan Frontier King Cab

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2018 Nissan Maxima

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2018 Nissan Murano

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2018 Nissan NV Passenger

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2018 Nissan Pathfinder

The long-running Nissan Pathfinder was one of the pioneers of the SUV market. Nissan has reinvented the Pathfinder for the 2013 model year. Like all but the largest SUVs, the Pathfinder is now a FWD-biased crossover with a unibody chassis. With three full-rows of seating the fourth generation Pathfinder is longer and wider than ever before. Compared to similar vehicles, the Pathfinder is smaller than the Chevrolet Traverse, larger than the Honda Pilot and very similar in size to the Ford Explorer. Nissan's 3.5l V6 and CVT transmission are standard on all models. Although the Pathfinder has less power than competitive vehicles, fuel economy is near the top of the class. Nissan offers the Pathfinder in a range of trim levels ranging from around $30,000 to just over $40,000.

2018 Nissan Sentra

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