In the first full redesign of the iconic Nissan Z since its re-introduction in 2003, the new Nissan 370Z now sports a shorter wheelbase, greater use of lightweight body materials, new engine with more horsepower and a new 7-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters, as well as the world's first synchronized down/up shift rev control system for the manual transmission.
Nissan Juke is set to change the urban landscape... for the third time. Following in the wheeltracks of the Murano large crossover and then the successful Qashqai - the car that three years ago introduced the concept of a crossover as an alternative to the traditional C-segment hatchback - comes its younger brother, the Nissan Juke.
The second generation Nissan Murano, introduced in 2009, now offers a refreshed grille and bumper design, new taillights, a new 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheel design and a number of interior and content refinements - all intended to keep Nissan Murano's visually distinctive styling fresh and exciting.
The new NOTE has everything you need to make the most of your active family life.A highly versatile interior, a fun to drive attitude, and bold, brave design. Now you don’t have to compromise between what you need and what you really want.
Europe's best selling pick-up and its SUV sibling since its launch - the Nissan Navara and Nissan Pathfinder - have been given a mid-term boost with a number of significant enhancements designed to keep them at the top.
The most notable visual change to the Nissan Qashqai is at the front, where a complete makeover has taken place. All new bonnet, front bumper, wings, grille and headlamps combine to give the Nissan Qashqai an air of premium sophistication, presence and quality. The new front-end design is shared with Qashqai+2.
Qashqai+2, the new car has two extra seats, which cause it to grow by 211mm in length, taking it to 4526mm overall. It’s taller, too, by 38mm; this is to ensure space for third-row passengers. The Qashqai’s wheelbase has also been extended by 135mm to 2765mm.
From September 2010, buyers of the Nissan X-Trail SUV will benefit from a series of extensive updates to maintain its position in the SUV segment as one of the few, versatile and agile four-wheel drive vehicles on the European market.