Recently, Nissan has shuffled its car, truck, and SUV lineup from plant to plant in North America to better streamline what each one makes and cut down on costs.
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A standard complaint against electric vehicles is what happens when the vehicle runs out of charge in the middle of nowhere (ala no charging station or plug).
The Tokyo Motor Show isn’t just about new cars.
Having been on the market for the better part of the last eight years, the 2013 Nissan Frontier gets some subtle changes to boost fuel economy and one not-so-subtle change: a price drop.