To retain customers amid supply shortages, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan are launching aggressive strategies to keep lessees in their cars until supplies of their popular new cars can be replenished.
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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.
From the self-claimed "undisputed leader in the crossover segment" comes this new crossover from Nissan: the High-Cross Concept, which will be unveiled at the Geneva Auto Show on March 6, 2012.
Under normal circumstances, very few production cars in the world can keep up with a Nissan GT-R on a racetrack.