Renault-Nissan's love lost?Dec. 14, 2015
Nissan shifts Diaz to truck VP; Canada president replaces him as senior sales VPDec. 8, 2015
Nissan said Fred Diaz, senior vice president for U.S. sales and marketing and operations, will take on a new position dedicated to truck sales in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The automaker announced several other management moves for its North American operations.
Hyundai Ioniq first to offer 3 electrified powertrain options in 1 bodyDec. 7, 2015
Hyundai will launch a new vehicle in January dubbed the Ioniq featuring three electrified drivetrain options in one body type, as the South Korean automaker fortifies its green-car lineup and targets rivals such as the Toyota Prius.
Renault ready to weaken grip over Nissan, report saysDec. 7, 2015
Renault-Nissan CEO Ghosn hopes to resolve alliance rift next weekDec. 4, 2015
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn hopes to resolve a rift in the alliance caused by the French government by Dec. 11. Talks between the government and Nissan have made "significant progress," French media reports said.
Strong truck volume drives U.S. sales up 1.2%Dec. 1, 2015
Hyundai-Kia set the pace in November as major automakers rode U.S. light-truck demand to sales increases and the overall industry, with a gain of 1.2 percent for the month, moved closer to an annual record. Gains among major players fell within a narrow range of 0.3 percent at Ford Motor Co. to 3.8 percent at Nissan Motor Co. Hyundai-Kia's 7.1 percent gain stood out in percentage terms. Only American Honda and Volkswagen Group declined.
Nissan in new bid to end Renault control, curb French clout, report saysDec. 2, 2015
Rogue, Murano lift Nissan to November recordDec. 1, 2015
Nissan's crossover models continued to push the brand to new heights in November, with sales of 95,389 cars and trucks topping a record for the month. A 4 percent gain over November 2014 came largely from big demand for the Rogue compact crossover, which outsold Nissan's perennial volume leader, the Altima sedan, for the third consecutive month.
Nissan denies plan to issue new shares to reduce Renault stakeDec. 1, 2015
Nissan imagines tomorrow's transportationNov. 30, 2015
In a small shared office not far from Venice Beach in Los Angeles, Nissan Motor Co. is gazing into the far-off future. And it looks more like one of those baseball bullpen carts than a Titan pickup or a Maxima sport sedan.
Nissan spruces up compact Sentra as competition growsNov. 18, 2015
Nissan is giving the 2016 Sentra a major midcycle update to fan the compact sedan's sales growth. The changes come as the segment fills with more stylish cars from competitors and include a restyling to give the Sentra the same family looks as Nissan's Maxima large sedan and Murano midsize crossover.
Nissan accuses store owned by ex-dealer council chair of fraudNov. 23, 2015
Nissan is suing a California dealership and several of its employees, alleging that they filed 3.74 million in improper warranty claims. The store is owned by Don Forman, the 2011 chairman of Nissan’s dealer council and a supporter of factory programs.