The brand may be late to join the industry's move away from small cars toward light trucks, but its pace is accelerating.
Europe's political response to global warming is widening differences between U.S. and European automakers.
German auto executives at the Frankfurt auto show warned of potential price hikes and production shifts to different markets as global trade tensions persist.
After buying a car from stores in the Ricart Automotive Group, customers have 72 hours to change their minds and exchange the vehicle for another – no questions asked.
Hiroto Saikawa's brief tenure as Nissan's boss was marked by fitful policy shifts and unprecedented scandal. His successor has a daunting to-do list and a difficult choice in staying the course or trying to chart a new trajectory.