Below is a list of new Nissan models for sale in the US, including the starting prices. Note that starting prices are just that, because under each model are many variants and options. Find out Lexus model information on all the different vehicles currently being offered.
The Nissan range has come a long way in recent years in terms of quality and standing. Car and Driver called the Altima one of the best mid-sized sedans which says a lot. The Rogue SUV is a quality vehicle that we drove recently and really liked. The upcoming Ariya is an all-new electric SUV for Nissan and will share space with the all-electric Leaf hatchback when it goes on sale in late 2021.
When it comes to performance cars, Nissan does not have a big choice unfortunately. The Nissan GT-R is as potent as ever, but at over a decade old, it is getting on in age. It is getting on in price too, with a $115k starting price that pits it against an entry level 992 Porsche 911.
There is a glimmer of hope for us mortal sports car fans because 2021 sees the new Z car join the Nissan lineup. The Nissan 370Z that is currently on sale has been out for far too long and it’s best days are behind it. The new Z Proto (prototype) is about 98 percent production-ready and our sources say we will see it this year. Fingers crossed.