Along with Toyota and Honda, Nissan is one of Japan's big three automakers. Now partnered with French automaker Renault, Nissan builds a wide variety of vehicles, from the thrifty Versa hatchback all the way up to the infamous GT-R sports car.
It's just an incremental update for the 2020 model year.
Nissan confirms a refresh is coming for this tweener truck, but it won't include a Cummins diesel anymore.
The chargers will support 100-kilowatt charging and feature CHAdeMO as well as CCS plugs.
Nissan made a lot of noise about offering a diesel from the legendary engine manufacturer, but it doesn't appear to have panned out.
Many EV manufacturers are working on developing recycling and refurbishment programs for their earlier electric models, but Nissan doesn't seem to have a plan yet for its 100,000-plus US Leafs.
Still Nissan's least-expensive new car, the Versa gains mature new looks and loads of convenience and safety tech.
The price of Nissan’s entry-level subcompact has gone up, but so has the value.
Nissan's dramatically improved subcompact looks to step out of the bargain basement.