Nissan has announced pricing for its flagship sedan.
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It's safe to say that Nissan is quickly becoming the company of "That's crazy, but I'll still raise you something more outrageous."
First there was the 545-horsepower Nissan Juke-R that's now headed to production.
Nissan is testing e-NV200 prototypes in the U.S.