• Volkswagen
  • Jaguar
  • Lada
  • Kelleners Sport
  • STEINMETZ
  • Cam Shaft
  • Savage

Nissan News

new more efficient engine for juke as nissan launches happy holiday playlist to beat the winter blues

As the Juke line-up receives a new Euro 6D-full engine that delivers improved efficiency, Nissan is amping up the winter season with an upbeat holiday playlist available to stream on Spotify. The Juke’s new engine is Nissan’s highly efficient and advanced DIG-T 114 petrol engine. With output at 114PS (113bhp), it delivers 200Nm of torque – an improvement on the current engine without the need for overboost technology – while CO2 

a decade of change with pioneering nissan leaf

With a ten-year countdown to the end of new petrol and diesel car sales announced today, Nissan EV owners are already celebrating their own decade of change with the pioneering Nissan LEAF. Unveiled in 2010 and first on sale in the UK a year later, the LEAF set the template for zero emission vehicles. Today, 92% of European LEAF drivers say they would recommend driving an electric vehicle to family and friends. Over half a million LEAFs have been sold worldwide, with the 500,000th model rolling off the U

nissan refreshes its iconic micra for 2021

Nissan hits refresh on its iconic Micra, marking the next step in the evolution of the successful city car that first debuted in Europe 38 years ago. The updated 2021 Micra enhances the customer offering, whilst maintaining the current grade line up of Visia, Acenta, N-Sport and Tekna. This will enable customers to maintain a clear understanding of the Micra line up whilst improving the options available to them. As we have worked to improve the Micra line up overall, we have particularly focussed on enha

nissan all-new qashqai breaks cover

The final preparations are well under way for the introduction of the third generation of the compact crossover that changed the face of the European car market and spawned many imitators – the Nissan Qashqai. Prototypes of the all-new model are racking up the testing kilometres on European roads in anticipation of it again resetting what customers can expect from a compact crossover when it goes on sale in 2021. The all-new Qashqai will build on its position as the pioneer of and be

nissan ariya is touching ground in europe

A few early production units of Nissan Ariya, our recently unveiled all-electric coupé crossover, just landed in Europe to increase the excitement and interest of customers in the region. "It is with great pleasure we see the Ariya prototypes arriving in Europe. These versions will be used as show cars and some are also destined for testing purposes at Nissan grounds," said Helen Perry, Chief Marketing Manager of Electric Passenger Cars, Nissan Europe. "We can see how beautiful this car looks and we real

nissan leaf named most reliable electric vehicle

The Nissan LEAF has been named the most reliable electric vehicle in a study carried out by one of Britain’s best-known warranty companies. The research by Warrantywise looked at the frequency of repairs, common faults, cost of repair, and age at the time of repair. Similar combustion-engined models were also evaluated, with the LEAF also finishing 7th overall*. Andrew Humberstone, Managing Director of Nissan Motor GB, said: ‘‘We are thrilled at the recognition LEAF has received in recent weeks. No matter

new my20 nissan leaf – new technology, new specifications and lower pricing for nissan’s best-selling ev

Nissan is delighted to announce the start of production for the MY20 LEAF range, which includes a new entry-grade 62kWh model and lower ‘On the Road’ pricing for the range-topping Tekna e+. With production starting from 16th November, specification enhancements to both 40kWh and 62kWh versions include the introduction of an Intelligent Rearview Mirror on Tekna models, shark fin antenna as standard from N-Connecta, Blindspot Interventi

servcity: a project making autonomous mobility a reality in the uk’s cities

ServCity, the UK’s newest autonomous mobility service research project, has launched this month to help cities solve how they can harness the latest autonomous vehicle technologies and successfully incorporate them into a complex urban environment. ServCity is jointly funded by government and industry, the government’s £100m Intelligent Mobility fund is administered by the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CCAV) and delivered