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Test Drives2022 Nissan Kicks: A Colourful Commuter
Nissan ’s small crossover, the Kicks , benefited from a significant mid-cycle update last year and returns with no major changes for 2022. There are five trim levels to choose from including: S, SV, SV Special Edition, SR and SR Premium. Pricing ranges from $20,548-$25,748. In this segment, the Kicks …
Pre-owned vehicles5 Vehicles With Poor Rear Visibility
All vehicles are not created equal when it comes to visibility, and Subaru is envied by its peers for being the best in this area. Unfortunately, some automakers choose to favour aesthetics over more practical considerations, going against a basic design principle stating that form must follow function. The size, …
Comparative TestsHyundai Venue or Nissan Kicks: Which One Is Best?
The Hyundai Venue and the Nissan Kicks are two subcompact crossovers that offer affordability and low fuel consumption. As a matter of fact, they are the two cheapest SUVs on the market. These vehicles are essentially reinvented versions of the Accent and the Versa Note , two subcompact hatchbacks that …
Test Drives2022 Nissan Sentra: The Forgotten Compact Sedan
The Nissan Sentra is two years removed from a complete redesign that gave it much sharper looks in a bid to stand out from the more popular Hyundai Elantra , Toyota Corolla , Honda Civic and Mazda3 . While compact sedans are no longer the major players they once were, …
Pre-owned vehicles15 Vehicles With 15 Years of Age You Should Consider
A growing number of drivers decide to keep their vehicles longer, and therefore, the average age of the automobile population is steadily increasing. According to American statistics published recently, the average is 13.1 years for cars and 11.6 years for light trucks. In addition, the sharp rise in pre-owned vehicle …
First Drives2023 Nissan Z : Like Reconnecting With An Old Friend
Nissan was once recognized as a performance-oriented brand until it kicked almost all of its sports cars to the curb (with the exceptions of the 370Z and the unattainable GT-R) and replaced them with sad-looking SUVs equipped with continuously variable transmissions. For someone who grew up during Nissan's glory years, …

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NewsNissan Qashqai to Cease Production for U.S. Market
Still waiting for the next-generation Nissan Qashqai that was shown in February of last year? Yeah, the wait is depressing. Now, in a surprise to many, the Japanese automaker has decided to kill this model in the U.S. in order to focus on other, higher-volume vehicles and its upcoming EVs.
NewsNissan Sets Expiration Date for Maxima
Large sedans are dropping like flies. Some will never return, while others are reincarnated into different things altogether. The Toyota Avalon , for one, will essentially be replaced in North America by the all-new 2023 Crown , a high-riding, tougher-looking car aiming to fight those ubiquitous SUVs and crossovers. At …
NewsCanada on a Mission to Lure Other Automakers
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne is currently on a mission in Japan to attract automakers that don’t have assembly plants here, including Subaru , Nissan and Mitsubishi . As supply chain disruptions continue to be a major hurdle for the auto industry, the minister hopes to make the case that Canada …
News2023 Nissan Altima Freshens Up, Adds New Tech
Similar to the Subaru Legacy , the Nissan Altima gets a round of updates for the 2023 model year. The first units will arrive in dealerships this fall with fresh styling, enhanced safety and a more technologically advanced cabin. The lineup will now include four trim levels—S, SR, SR Premium …
NewsThird of Midsize SUVs Fail IIHS’ New Side Crash Test
Following compact SUVs last fall, midsize SUVs were recently submitted to the U.S. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s new side crash test, which aims to address higher-speed collisions that continue to cause fatalities on North American roads. While the former failed miserably, how did their bigger counterparts perform? A lot …
Technology/Autonomous VehiclesNissan Developing Technology to Dramatically Prevent Collisions
Nissan is developing a new driver-assistance technology that uses highly accurate, real-time information about the vehicle's surrounding environment to dramatically enhance collision avoidance. The goal is to improve the capabilities of ProPILOT-equipped Nissan vehicles and of course tomorrow’s full self-driving cars. Called “ground truth perception," the technology fuses information from …
Electric2023 Nissan LEAF Gets Refreshed Looks But Loses Some Range
Overshadowed by the new wave of electric SUVs hitting the market, the Nissan LEAF hatchback soldiers on with a few changes for 2023. Following its public debut at the 2022 New York Auto Show this week, it will go on sale in Canada this summer. First, the car’s front fascia …
NewsNissan Brings Back Rugged Pathfinder Rock Creek for 2023
SUVs designed with adventure and off-road driving in mind are one of the latest trends across the industry, so Nissan has decided to bring back the Pathfinder Rock Creek for 2023. A similar model was available in the final two years of the previous generation (2019-2020). “The 2022 Pathfinder was …

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Video Reviews
Why is the Nissan Micra the best buy in its category?
Subcompact cars have rapidly evolved in recent years, offering more refinement, comfort and options than ever before. But at what price? We believe subcompact cars must remain affordable, simple and easy to maintain, and the Nissan Micra checks all these boxes. It also happens to be super fun to drive, …