To retain customers amid supply shortages, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan are launching aggressive strategies to keep lessees in their cars until supplies of their popular new cars can be replenished.
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A rendering of the 2015 Nissan Maxima was shown off today at Nissan 360.
Just in time for Halloween, the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder will be going on sale later this month with a starting price of $29,095, including $825 for destination and handling for the base Pathfinder S model.
According to a recent survey, used electric vehicle prices are expected to drop nearly 30 percent this year.