It debuts in the US alongside the gasoline-powered Kicks
The Nissan Next plan is in full swing, and we've already gotten a glimpse of it through the launch of the all-new Z and the refreshed Navara. Now, the Japanese carmaker has unveiled two more redesigned vehicles to revamp its
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
Whoa!Yeah, that was roughly my reaction to the Armada Mountain Patrol, too. Revealed last May at the Overland Expo in Flagstaff, Arizona, it's a one-off based on Nissan's US-market Armada, and kitted out for something called 'overlanding.'
Boys and girls, set aside those summer glamping itineraries and opt for a real adventure instead--the rocky, muddy kind, preferably with a rugged SUV. It's just a suggestion, but if you'd rather not leave the comforts of a warm,
Yes, we know it doesn't snow here in the Philippines. But that doesn't make what Nissan's done to its cars here any less awesome. The two vehicles you see before you are the extreme, 'winterized' versions of the 370Z