When it comes to Nissan, a group of quality, reliable and comfortable vehicles come into mind and following its tradition, Nissan has launched its 2013 Nissan NV lineup as a breath of fresh air to the vehicle industry. The lineup of Nissan NV is basically a range of commercial vehicles. The range includes 4 different commercial vehicles including Nissan NV 200, Nissan NV 200 Taxi, Nissan NV cargo and Nissan NV Passenger Van. The new lineup of 2013 Nissan NV is actually a fresh and compact addition to the business world that is more advanced and competitive to meet business needs.
Designed by Ben Bowlby, Nissan Deltawing is also assisted by Nissan’s NISMO division in its development. The chassis structural design makes way for the installation of a wide range of lightweight powertrains. Deltawing boasts of one of the oddest-shapes in racing history. The long and thin nose and the wing-like back end make it highly distinctive and just apt to keep the air drag to a minimum. The weight is kept as low as possible and the car weighs only 33kg. The vehicle weight distribution is more rearward and this greatly improves the inline acceleration. Advanced computer modeling of structures offer superior vehicle dynamics and better energy management. Take a look at a brief Nissan Deltawing review here.
Nissan announced the all new 2013 Nissan Sentra compact sedan that is a step ahead in style, sophistication and refinement. The new model has LED-accented headlights and taillights with 1.8 liter engine and next-generation Xtronic CVT to help in optimizing its performance and efficiency. Delivering the best-in-class and combined fuel economy of 34 MPG it is built with user-friendly technology and includes NissanConnectSM with Navigation and also features Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant. Starting at a price M.S.R.P.** of $15,990 this is definitely a perfect car to own and experience a varied and luxury car driving experience. Being efficient in design and in engineering, the Sentra has it all that customers are looking for in an advanced technology car.
Dubbed as the “world’s first affordable, zero-emission car” on Nissan’s press site, the LEAF is a well-equipped, all-electric hatchback that seats five adults and averages about 80 miles on a single charge. With no tailpipe emissions and car-powering money going to local utility companies instead of oil companies in countries overseas, the LEAF is an environmentally and region-friendly vehicle. Price, availability and ease of use play a large part in deciding whether this particular electric vehicle is right for you.
Nissan Pathfinder has experienced quite some makeovers on its route. While the first Pathfinder was based on truck, the second seemed more like a cross over. The current model seems sprung from a ladder frame once again. Thus we see that there has been along migration among the SUVs. 2013 Nissan Pathfinder, with its uni-body construction, has a front-wheel-drive for the first time. Browse through2013 Nissan Pathfinder Review, the new seven-passenger crossover from Nissan.
Nissan has always focused on how they can come up with better cars that can be the vehicles that consumers drive in the future. Now, Nissan has unveiled a new version of the London taxi known as Black Cab which will be used in the future by more than 300,000 daily users. Nissan has made an announcement that the all new Nissan NV200 London Taxi is one of the best commuter cars that they have launched in their lineup. Nissan said that the vehicle is designed for the future and therefore it will bring down the levels of CO2 emission compared to the current taxi models.