Nissan plans to recall 118,000 Nissan Juke crossovers worldwide for issues relating to turbocharger malfunctions and defective power door locks.
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If you think about the Nissan GT-R as a mad scientist’s greatest creation instead of merely a car, the logic behind its constant improvement makes much more sense.
Given the, er, unique shape of the Nissan Juke, cramming real live human beings—or dead ones, Weekend at Bernie's style—isn't exactly an enjoyable proposition, both for the crammer and the crammee.
You've got to admire Japan's gusto when it comes to the Nissan GT-R.