Nissan has partnered with the housing organisation, Habitat for Humanity, to create the Ultimate Work Titan concept bakkie. Based on a ‘Nissan Titan XD Diesel Crew Cab’, this concept vehicle is more than capable of taking on any off-road setting. More to the point, Nissan and Habitat for Humanity combined forces and made a mobile office for construction work.
Nissan is proud to announce that the current number one test bowler Kagiso Rabada has been named as brand ambassador for Nissan for the third year running alongside a sporting legend and former South African cricket captain Shaun Pollock. This move has cemented Nissan’s association as a sponsor with the ICC (International Cricket Council).
A recent Nikkei report states that Google’s self-driving car company, Waymo is about to close a deal with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance for bringing autonomous taxis to Japan’s busy streets. While Japan has strict limitations on ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, taxi numbers are growing and a very popular mode of transport in Tokyo and other Japanese cities.
Shopping for your first car is exhilarating. Whether you are buying new or used, or trading in your current vehicle for a newer model, there is something quite thrilling about making your first auto purchase. You are, quite literally, in the driver’s seat, after all. However, as any seasoned vehicle owner will tell you, there are quite a few things to bear in mind before you sign on the dotted line. This includes:
While we don’t see snow in South Africa to the extent that requires a car with tank-like tracks, this Nissan Juke is too good not to write about. It appears to be a mix between a car, a snowmobile and the Mars rover but with epic styling. Based on looks alone, who wouldn’t want to give it a try?
Excitement is rife in anticipation for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup in England and Wales between 30 May and 14 July. What better way to celebrate than with the all-new Nissan Kicks. The compact SUV will soon be launched in India and has been named the official car for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
With 2019 upon us, South Africans are biting at the bit to make their way home from their favourite holiday destinations around our gorgeous coastline – be it that they went into the bushveld to escape the bustle, or simply from one town to the next to spend some time with family and friends. Whatever the case may be, one thing is for sure – there are lots of trips being taken and our roads are busy.
The holidays are well and truly here – the Christmas lights are up, shopping centres are bursting at the seams and all around South Africa holidaymakers are getting ready to make their way to coastal towns and family occasions. If you are one of those lucky folks who will be hitting the road to relax with your toes in the sand, we’ve got great news – there are ways to save on fuel while you do so.
Here are a few top tips to keep your fuel expenditure in check these holidays:
The automotive market has seen its fair share of new vehicles and none more popular these days than SUVs and crossovers. Among other brands, Nissan has six versions of sport utility vehicles from all shapes, sizes, and prices including the Kicks, Qashqai, Rogue, Murano, Pathfinder and the Armada. So how does the new Nissan Qashqai measure up with an impressive all-wheel-drive system?
There is a lot of excitement going around in the Nissan camp at the moment, and for a very good reason – we’re getting ready to celebrate 60 years in motorsport at the 2018 NISMO festival in Japan on the 2nd of December.