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Cars that drive themselves aren't something that amaze us. In fact, thanks to Google and Audi, we have had a fair number of wheels that obey commands over a number of interfaces, thus making driving worry-free and hands-free. So when Mercedes-Benz announced their attempt at producing a car that drives itself, we're mildly surprised but definitely ... (more)
A Jacksonville woman was able to safely get out of a disabled car Tuesday before it was hit by a train in the Ortega area, according to the Florida Highway Patrol.
Midnight this morning, if you were in DC, you might've spotted a chick in a powder blue Nissan Altima with her windows down and radio up, chair dancing shamelessly in the driver's seat.
France will be getting exclusive Nissan GT-R Gentleman Edition models, limited to just 10 units.
The Nissan GT-R is constantly evolving , and the new Track Edition is designed to crank the car's already impressive performance up a few notches.
Carla Clark has been appointed Corporate Communications Specialist at Nissan's Melbourne-based national head office.
John is Senior Editor for High Gear Media. In addition to news coverage and new car reviews, John creates and oversees all editorial for High Gear's... More Making a battery for an electric car is more like assembling microelectronics than the kind of auto-plant scenes we think of, involving huge steel stamping presses and battalions of automated ... (more)
Nissan has added auto-transmission and all-wheel drive variants to its existing four-model fun-'n-funky Juke crossover range - but, seeing as there is nothing conventional about the Juke, it has done it differently.
Last week, we told you about the Gumball 3000's Team Galag and its Dark Knight-inspired Tumbler vehicle.
The Nissan Sentra got a much-needed ground-up redo for the 2013 model year making it a competitive all-around compact sedan.
A more crowded market of electrified and efficient gasoline-powered vehicles is pushing down prices of used hybrids.
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Mark Huffman has been a consumer news reporter for ConsumerAffairs since 2004. He covers real estate, gas prices and the economy and has reported extensively on negative-option sales.
Stock indexes rallying to new highs have put investors on alert for a correction.
My wife and I drive a perfectly good 2002 Nissan Sentra with 127,318 miles on it.
The Honda NSX was a classic the day it was born. With its perfect proportions and those sleek lines, it is the archetype for the mid-engined sportscar.