If you're looking at a 2013 Nissan 370Z, you'll likely have to consider the two extra car payments worth of cost the Japanese automaker has added to its entry-level sports car for the new model year.
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When a new technology or idea comes into play to challenge norms, often there's an overkill of compensation to let you know how much better it has to be.
The Nissan Tsuru, a popular car that was once sold in the U.S. as the Sentra, earned an abysmal crash safety rating in the Latin NCAP testing.
Earlier this year, we posted a video where Nissan teases the viewer which vehicles would be heavily updated over the next 15 months.