It's called, well, redi-Go
In 2012, Nissan fans rejoiced when the Japanese carmaker announced that its longtime nameplate, Datsun, would return to the motoring scene. Unlike the Datsun that many of us grew up with, however, the new brand was more of a budget badge that
The Datsun 240Z in the metal
In all my years writing stories for our magazine's Old School section, I had never asked to drive any of the featured cars. That is, until this one came along. You see, the Datsun 240Z (or the Nissan Fairlady, as it
Nissan PH looking to bring in Datsun
Remember Datsun? It will be available in the Philippines next year.That's right: The Japanese marque, which is backed by Nissan, is due to arrive in our market in the next 12 months, according to Nissan Philippines president Toti Zara. In
Fondly called Mr. K by colleagues and fans
The word out of Yokohama, Japan, is that Yutaka Katayama, the first president of Nissan Motor Company's US division and also the widely recognized father of the Nissan/Datsun Z sports car, has passed away at the age of 105. The
As car's structure collapses in test
If you've been praying for the Datsun Go to reach our shores, this bit of news might douse your desire with cold water. In the recent Global New Car Assessment Program (Global NCAP) report, the Go received a zero-star safety
Makes the 86 or the Genesis Coupe look lame
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