Nissan announces pricing on both the 2014 Frontier and Xterra.
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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.
In a page taken from Tony Stark's management handbook, Toyota president Akio Toyoda was candid when asked what vehicles he liked from the competition.
With interest in the Nissan Motorsports (Nismo) division of the Japanese automaker at an all-time high due to the stupid-fast GT-R supercar and Juke-R concept car, Nissan wasted little time in keeping the momentum going.