Some people would never travel 90 mph in a car; now imagine reaching such speeds in reverse!
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The Nissan name has successfully succeeded the defunct Datsun for almost three decades, as the Japanese automaker moved its products to its global namesake in 1983.
Let’s start with the fun part: Nissan Tech Center for Europe dropped a 478-horsepower, twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter V-6 engine from the Nissan GT-R into a compact Nissan Juke body.
If you're shopping for a new Nissan, you may have noticed a funny new barcode-like graphic on the window sticker.