Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors announced a technology partnership that will make its vehicles among the first to use Google's Android operating system in its dashboards to control navigation, infotainment and apps directly installed in vehicles.
Nissan Canada is recalling 13,223 vehicles because a problem with the ignition switch could cause the vehicle's engine to shut off while driving. The automaker is asking drivers to immediately remove all objects from the ignition key ring in an effort to lessen the chances of problems.
Nissan Canada is recalling more than 40,000 of its Versa cars to replace Takata passenger air bag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel at drivers and passengers.
The 2019 Altima's design required a re-engineering of its engine compartment.
One of the Nissan Leaf's newest features, the go-cartlike e-Pedal, began life as a performance-enhancing technology prototyped for sporty driving in the Maxima sedan.
Nissan is slashing vehicle production by as much as 20 per cent in North America to cope with falling profitability in the United States, Japan's Nikkei business daily reported on Monday.
Nissan executive design chief Satoru Tai says ample interior space will be a hallmark of future Nissan electric vehicle design as the brand embarks on an EV blitz.
Nissan envisions renovating 9,000 of its 10,000 worldwide dealerships over the next five years. Nearly 20 in Canada have already undergone Nissan's Retail Environment Design Initiative.
Nissan Canada has priced the Kicks, the automaker's newest entry in the compact utility vehicle segment, at $19,793, including shipping. That's lower than the vast majority of competitors.
Infiniti Lab, the luxury brand's startup accelerator program, will return to Toronto for the second consecutive year, giving tech businesses a chance to vie for funding and potential partnerships with the automaker.
Karim Habib, Infiniti's global design chief, spent his formative years in Canada. He is now tasked with helping buyers take a deeper look at Infiniti, which has struggled to stand out from rival luxury brands.
Since its Canadian launch in 2011, about 50 per cent of Leaf sales have been in Quebec, the automaker said. The City of Montreal alone will own close to 230 by the end of the year.