Nissan enthusiasts have always been eager to tweak, tune and modify their vehicles, and now Nissan Z and Nissan Frontier owners interested in doing so will have plenty of factory-developed parts to choose from. At the 2022 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show in Las Vegas, Nov. 1-4, Nissan will reveal a range of new NISMO performance-focused accessories for the Nissan Z and Frontier. Accessories allow owners to personalize the Nissan Z and Frontier for style and performance.
The refreshed 2023 Nissan Versa goes on sale this fall, and starting this weekend and through the 23rd, 2022 Miami Auto Show visitors will be the first ones to see the new sedan in person. Featuring a restyled front fascia and grille, the 2023 Versa also has additional available technology features, including a wireless device charging pad, Wi-Fi hotspot and 8-inch touchscreen. The sedan’s compelling value story is even more impressive for the 2023 model year, as several previously optional features are now standard, and a new S Plus package adds Apple CarPlay and Android Auto to Versa’s accessible S grade. Plus, fuel economy ratings1 of up to 40 mpg highway (Xtronic CVT models) make Versa economical to own.
As Nissan Qashqai and Juke production in Sunderland passes the five million mark, electrified versions of these pioneering crossover models are now rolling off the lines. The Nissan Qashqai, the record-breaking original crossover, is now offered with Nissan’s unique e-POWER system, a first for the company in Europe. Its B-segment stablemate, the Nissan Juke, is now equipped with an advanced hybrid powertrain.