2012 Nissan GT-R
"The 2012 Nissan GT-R proves that world-class performance can be attained without stratospheric prices."
It is a supercar. Handcrafted 530-hp twin-turbo V6 engine with dual clutch 6-speed transmission, ATTESA E-TS® All-Wheel Drive with patented independent rear-mounted transaxle, 4-wheel independent suspension with Bilstein® DampTronic® system, Nissan/Brembo® 15.4" two-piece floating-rotors with diamond-pattern internal ventilation and 6-piston front/4-piston rear monoblock calipers, 20" Super-lightweight forged-alloy RAYS® wheels with knurled bead area, driver-configurable Multi-Function Display system, integraded LED running lights, developed in collaboration with Sony® Polyphony Digital and Clarion Co., Ltd. and Bose® audio system with eleven speakers, including dual subwoofers.
2011 Nissan Murano Crosscabriolet
Introducing the first ever all-wheel drive convertible crossover.
A convertible is all about saying yes. To the sun, the sky, the stars. And now, with Murano CrossCabriolet, you can say yes to even more, like bringing extra friends, suitcases, even heading to the snow for the weekend. We didn?t reinvent the convertible, we just replaced the vehicle underneath it to create the world?s first crossover convertible.
Premium Standard Features
Intuitive All-Wheel Drive for all-season, all-weather conditions
Refined and efficient 3.5-Liter V6 engine that produces 265 hp and 248 lb-ft torque
Heated steering wheel, front seats and outside mirrors
Nissan Navigation System with XM NavTraffic® updates, XM NavWeather® alerts and Zagat Survey® restaurant guide
Bose® audio system with auto-adjusting amplifier for top up or down
Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System
Nissan Intelligent Key® with Push Button Ignition
About the 2011 Nissan Quest
The new fourth-generation Quest marks Nissan?s return to the minivan segment. Designed with purpose inside and out, the 2011 Quest offers functionality, unique styling and comfort for all occupants. The boldly styled Quest features one-touch sliding doors, quick release fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, a permanent rear storage well, dual panel sliding moonroof and the Advanced Climate Control System. Standard Quest features include quick release fold-flat 2nd and 3rd row seats, always-available rear storage and Nissan Intelligent Key™ with Push Button Ignition.
The 2011 Nissan Quest is offered in four well-equipped models: S, SV, SL and LE. Each comes with a standard 260-horsepower 3.5-liter 24-valve DOHC V6 engine and Nissan?s advanced Xtronic CVT™ transmission.
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2012 Nissan Commercial Vehicles
The 2012 Nissan NV, the company?s first entry into the commercial vehicle market in the United States will start at $24,590. The NV is the culmination of 75 years of Nissan commercial vehicle experience in the global marketplace.
The NV lineup offers durable body-on-frame construction and choice of standard roof or industry-exclusive high roof configurations. Models include the NV1500 with standard 4.0-liter V6 engine, the NV2500 HD with a choice of 4.0-liter V6 or 5.6-liter V8 and the NV3500 HD with standard 5.6-liter V8. All 2012 NV models are equipped with a 5-speed automatic transmission. The NV is available in two grades, S and SV, each delivering smart functionality through a combination of the comfort and roominess of a pickup with the utility of a cargo van.
Key Nissan NV highlights include:
- Full access rear doors (maximum opening angle of 243 degrees)
- Reinforced integrated cargo area mounting points for durability and ease of cargo management system installation
- Vertical side walls in cargo area maximize usable space
- Water repellant cloth seating surfaces
- Durability patch built into the front seat bolsters to hold up to commercial use
- Multifunctional lockable center console offering space to hang files and store a laptop
hatchback is as close to a unique
car as you'll get: It's one of two pure electric cars offered in the
The Nissan Leaf offers much lower operating costs (2-5 cents per mile for electricity, versus 6 to 15 cents per mile using gasoline). Energy is stored in a 24-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack mounted in the Leaf's floorpan. It powers an electric motor that drives the front wheels, and should give a range of about 100 miles from a full charge. Recharging takes 6 to 7 hours using 220-Volt power (the same kind used for electric stoves and driers), and Nissan says special fast-charge stations will fill the pack from 20 to 80 percent in less than half an hour.
Nissan claims the compact-size Leaf offers the interior room of a midsize car; its weight of well over 3,000 pounds is clearly more in line with the larger category. Like all electric cars, which can develop peak torque at 0 rpm, it is brisk off the line. Acceleration from zero to 60 mph is likely to be in the 10-second range, and top speed will be 90 miles per hour or close. The Leaf includes the ability to pre-heat or pre-cool the car while it's still plugged in, to reduce the load on the battery. The coarse, velvety upholstery material is made from recycled plastic bottles and home appliances.
The Leaf is the first of several all-electric models expected from Nissan, which has placed a large bet on all-electric cars versus plug-ins that are either adapted conventional hybrids or use a range extending engine to provide longer travel distances.