Articles about Nissan

It’s an ‘exclusive halo version’ of the Navara in Australia
This is an “oddly likable” vehicle
What is it?The Nissan Juke was a pioneer when it launched nine years ago. It packed the attitude and altitude of a crossover, and out-there styling, all shrunk into a supermini's length span. It sold like crazy from the
Liking the darker look?
This is the Note e-Power Nismo Black Limited. Yes, we know the name's a handful, but thankfully the idea behind it is not: Basically, this is an even meaner-looking version of the Note e-Power Nismo.Frankly, a performance
Was it one of his company's products?
Atsushi Najima had some very big shoes to fill when he took over the job of Nissan's top guy in the Philippines earlier this year. Under his predecessor, the Japanese car giant experienced a spectacular surge in sales, taking it
The Japanese Classic Car Show is epic
If you attended high school or college in the early '70s and '80s, then by Filipino millennial standards you're considered a 'Tito.' And in Southern California there is no greater Tito car show than the renowned
The festivities kick off tomorrow, October 4
It's been a crazy long workweek, and we all deserve to relax a bit this weekend. What better way to unwind than with good food, great music, and of course, even better cars, right? Well, if that's what you're
This has us even more excited for Tokyo this year
For decades, Nissan has consistently developed electric city commuter concepts. As we near this year's Tokyo Motor Show (TMS), the Japanese carmaker is celebrating almost 50 years of innovation with these two quirky wallpapers-a mobile and desktop version, of course.
You guessed it—courtesy of Atoy Customs
Atoy Llave's long list of celebrity clients just keeps growing, and one of the latest vehicles to get the Manila-proof treatment belongs to none other than beauty queen and volleyball star Michele Gumabao.In typical Atoy Customs fashion, Gumabao's
14 cars will be showcased in total
We finally have an idea what Nissan has up its sleeve for this year's Tokyo Motor Show (TMS). For 2019, the Japanese car manufacturer will be showcasing everything from futuristic new concepts to glorified performance beasts.If you're interested in
It looks like it can plow through anything
The Nissan Titan, despite its lack of practicality in our local setting, is somewhat of a Top Gear Philippines favorite.Its on-road presence, menacing gas-guzzling V8 engine, and of course, its sheer size-basically everything that makes it a poor
Nissan’s toughest truck gets a refresh
The Nissan Titan is a perfect example of a car that may be difficult to comprehend on our side of the globe, but is not any less enamoring.Its badge is Japanese, but its build and specifications-with its gargantuan dimensions and
“It’s better to drive a slow car fast, than a fast car slow.”
If there's any place to measure a car's performance (and a driver's skill), it's on the racetrack. It provides you with an environment to test every performance aspect of your car, from acceleration, to braking, to cornering-everything.
Gamers, check this out
Nissan is one of the many automotive brands today that have jumped onto the giant esports bandwagon. Just earlier this year, the Japanese carmaker sealed a partnership with two popular gaming franchises in Faze Clan and OpTic Gaming.However, it seems that
Yasuhiro Yamauchi is now acting CEO
Hiroto Saikawa is no longer Nissan's chief executive officer.According to the Japanese car manufacturer, Saikawa, who has held his position since April 1, 2017, was asked to step down following a recent board of directors meeting-a request he accepted."
It feels as if you’re actually in the bucket seat.
Control which way you face during this drift session. Using a 180-degree camera, this guy gives you a taste of drifting by looking where you want, when you want, as if you were in the actual passenger seat yourself. Pretty cool.
Check out its new look
After lots of teasing, Nissan has finally unveiled the all-new, second-generation Juke in all its glory.Now, the thing you're probably wondering most about is its design. The previous iteration's quirky look was, well, divisive. Some liked it
We thought it looked familiar
Does this truck look familiar? If it does, it's because chances are you've seen it hauling cargo while sporting a different badge-an Isuzu one. Yes, this is an Isuzu Elf, with a few key changes.So, what gives? Well,
Fifty years of Nissan GT-R development culminates in a gold-tinted road trip
The veins in my eyes are throbbing. A sheen of stress sweat shines on my forehead, and I can feel my heartbeat in my temples. Midtown Manhattan in rush hour is-without exception-the worst place to drive a car I've
Take your pick
Currently, the local compact-crossover segment-which features nameplates with notably refined interiors and generally sound driving dynamics-is a pretty enticing one. Thanks to their size and style, these vehicles are attractive propositions whether for car shoppers looking for a new
“I sell cars up to ¥20 million and have a five-year waiting list”
I guess this must be purgatory... for no other reason than I don't know if I'm standing at the rusty, padlocked gates of automotive heaven or hell. Behind them, over 400 'R31' Nissan Skylines-all forlorn, disemboweled, and methodically stacked
Familiar engine, totally different look
If you watch this space regularly, then you probably remember our previous article on the Nissan Navara Black Edition that arrived earlier this month. While Nissan Philippines has already made it available on the market since the announcement, tonight marks the redesigned
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