As the F1 season entered its final lap of the circuit, the Formula E season sparked into life, with back-to-back races in Hong Kong over the weekend. Despite initial concerns over its appeal, the all-electric series has continued to strengthen and shake things up in the world of motor sport.
Nissan will enter the Formula onE fold in the 2018/19 season as the first Japanese automotive brand to compete and line up alongside other manufactures, in ePrixs, throughout key venues, such as Berlin, Paris, Rome, New York and Montreal. Continue Reading
The market-leading Nissan Qashqai – the UK’s favourite crossover – has been named Best Small SUV in the prestigious What Car? Used Car Awards 2018.
Used Qashqai named Best Small SUV in the prestigious What Car? Used Car Awards 2018.
Feedback on Reevoo from customers of the all-new Nissan Micra has revealed a key fact – they love their car!
Scores and comments posted via independent reviews organisation Reevoo has revealed an impressive average of 8.8 out of 10, while a third of reviewers have awarded their Micra top marks.
Nissan’s senior management team is obviously delighted with the comments. But the hard work for the design and engineering teams never stops, and all feedback is captured and analysed so enhancements to the Micra range can further meet customers’ needs. The first of these upgrades will appear during 2018. Continue Reading
The Nissan West Way ‘We Pay Your VAT’ event is now on, and there are huge savings up for the taking – but you must be quick this event is only on until the 10th December or while stocks last.
That’s right! We do what the event says and we pay your VAT, meaning you can save up to £4925.83, on Nissan’ superb range of new vehicles. Continue Reading
THE current generation Nissan LEAF Acenta has been named ‘Best EV’ in the 2017 Auto Express Used Car Awards.
This is the second year in a row that the Nissan LEAF has been recognised in the awards, having won ‘Best Used Green Car’ in 2016.
The Auto Express judging panel commented: “Electric cars are the next big thing in the car industry. In a few years there will be more choice in showrooms, but for now, there are some great deals to be had on the first mainstream EV success story, the Nissan LEAF.” Continue Reading