Lynk & CO promises lifetime warranties, free connectivity as sedan concept debutsMon, 17, Apr 2017
Self-driving Nissan Leaf takes to Europe's streets for first timeTue, 28, Feb 2017
Nissan has started European road tests of a self-driving vehicle in London using a modified Leaf EV. Britain's flexible approach to testing autonomous vehicles helped Nissan to pick London for its first European tests.
Nissan used defeat device in Qashqai diesel, South Korean court rulesThu, 09, Feb 2017
A South Korean court ruled against Nissan in an emissions case, siding with the government in its accusations that the automaker had used a so-called defeat device in some diesel variants of its Qashqai SUV. The models were produced at Nissan's UK plant and use 1.6-liter diesels from Renault.
First Shift: A keener Camry, a techy OdysseyTue, 10, Jan 2017
Nissan feeds Rogue demand with smaller SportMon, 09, Jan 2017
Nissan will offer a smaller version of the popular Rogue crossover -- dubbed the Rogue Sport -- in a bid to capture shoppers now considering compact sedans. The Sport is a Nissan Qashqai imported from Japan, and 12 inches shorter than the U.S.-market Rogue.
AutoNews Now: Sports cars slump as boomers ageFri, 21, Oct 2016
Ghosn's Brexit fears ease after meeting with Britain's PMFri, 14, Oct 2016
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn said he was confident the U.K. would remain a competitive place to do business after meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday. Ghosn had earlier warned that the Japanese automaker could halt investment in its British car plant after the country's Brexit vote.
First Shift: Nissan takes self-driving stepWed, 13, Jul 2016
Nissan denies claims it faked emissions figures in S. KoreaMon, 16, May 2016
Nissan denied South Korean claims that it faked emissions figures in its UK-built Qashqai SUV diesel models. The government's environment ministry said it would fine Nissan $279,920 and order a recall of the 814 new Qashqai vehicles sold in the country so far.
Renault-Nissan savings boosted by shared CMF architectureFri, 10, Jul 2015
Renault and affiliate Nissan increased annual savings by almost one-third to 3.8 billion euros ($4.2 billion) in part through the shared use of the new CMF platform. The technology underpins models from both carmakers including the latest Qashqai compact SUV from Nissan and Renault's equivalent Kadjar, as well as Renault's updated Espace minivan.