A beleaguered segment gets a boost — for nowAug. 28
Nissan's next Altima slips outAug. 10
The 2018 Nissan Altima, based on new spy images, will feature less rounded surfaces than the current sedan, and a more pronounced back side. Body sculpting appears to have traces of the Vmotion 2.0 concept car that Nissan introduced at this year's Detroit auto show.
Evolution, animal kingdoms and doomed appliances: What people think of Nissan Vmotion 2.0Jan. 31
Toyota marketing exec: Don't write off midsize cars yetJan. 10
Nissan rethinks the family carJan. 9
Toyota Camry to get sleeker, sportier for 2018Nov. 1, 2016
Toyota's next-generation Camry is close to breaking cover -- and it's bringing a more aggressive sport-tuned model with it. That's according to recent spy photos of a lightly disguised, eighth-generation Toyota Camry, which is widely expected to debut at the 2017 Detroit auto show in January.
Altima sales fall; exec cites fleetsSept. 12, 2016
Nissan Altima sales dropped 39 percent in August from a year earlier mostly because of a big drop in fleet sales, and also because Nissan was trying to avoid a “price war” in the struggling midsize car segment, a Nissan executive said.
Cars drag Nissan group volume down 6.5%Sept. 1, 2016
Nissan recalling 870,000 Altimas in U.S., Canada for hood latch problemJan. 29, 2016
Nissan said it will recall about 870,000 Nissan cars in the United States and Canada for potentially faulty hood latches, marking the third time since 2014 the automaker has recalled vehicles to address the problem.
Rogue drives Nissan to 12% increaseNov. 3, 2015
The Rogue continues to surprise Nissan as the carmaker scrambles to give dealers more inventory. Rising demand for the compact crossover helped boost Nissan's U.S. sales by 12 percent in October, despite a dip in Altima sedan deliveries as it prepares for a 2016 freshen.