Archive for December, 2019
Why Do Cars Have Four Wheels Instead of Three?
Have you ever tried to teach someone a new way of doing something only to have them tell you, “but I’ve always done it this way instead.” Sometimes in life, we get so used to things being a certain way that we never take the time to wonder why they are that way in the first place.(more…)
How Nissan Alerts Pedestrians to Quiet Electric Vehicles
When you’re walking around the streets of your city, you generally don’t have to do a lot of looking to determine if vehicles are nearby. You can hear them. It’s still a good idea to look both ways before crossing the street, however, as modern vehicles have been getting quieter and quieter.(more…)
What Is Nissan Bringing to CES 2020?
For those who don’t know, CES stands for Consumer Electronics Show and it’s one of the biggest events of the year for anything and everything futuristic. Some of the coolest technological innovations in their early forms appear here, so it’s no surprise that Nissan will be bringing some awesome stuff for CES 2020.(more…)
How to Hide Valuables and Gifts In the Back of Your Car
Whenever it may be necessary to leave gifts or other valuable items in your car for any period of time, it can make you feel pretty uneasy. Leaving those things in your vehicle where someone could break in and take them is far from ideal, but sometimes as you’re out running errands and shopping, that just ends up being the situation.(more…)
What Is Special About Nissan’s 2.0-liter VC-Turbo™ Engine
These days, many drivers probably take the engine in their car for granted. The combination of reliability and power is nearly flawless in so many applications, including when it comes to Nissan vehicles. But, perhaps one of the greatest engine achievements to date from the Nissan brand is the Altima’s 2.0-liter VC-Turbo engine. What makes it special?(more…)
Nissan GT-R50 Italdesign Limited Edition Release Date
There aren’t many entry level car manufacturers that also produce high-performance sports cars like Nissan does with the GT-R. Sure, Mazda has the MX-5 Miata and Toyota has brought back the Supra, but none of these deliver performance on the same level as the GT-R.(more…)