The Nissan Note Black Edition: the best looking B-road obstacle the world has ever seen? PetrolBlog thinks so.
PetrolBlog flies to sunny Portugal to review the all-new 2014 Nissan X-Trail and discovers that it's an old school 4x4 SUV updated for a new generation.
PetrolBlog flies off to Madrid to review the all-new British-built 2014 Nissan Qashqai. And the conclusion? It's probably the best family car you won't buy.
As a child who grew up watching children’s television in the 1980s, I’m bound to say they don’t make them like they used to. Well actually that’s probably a fact as the modern stuff looks rubbish to me, Octonauts excluded. One of my favourite features on children’s TV was when they visited a factory to […]
Glam metal band Cinderella once sang that you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone. Many a true word spoken by the long haired rockers from Philadelphia, although I’m pretty certain that they weren’t referring to the Nissan Micra. But if they were, hats off to them, as I think they may have a point.
PetrolBlog isn’t at the LA Motor Show. And on the basis of what I’ve just seen from Nissan, I’m delighted to be here in Blighty. For Nissan has just revealed what they say is “the world’s first all-wheel drive crossover convertible, the Nissan Murano CrossCabriolet“. Two things strike me here. Firstly, has anyone actually asked […]
The Nissan X-Trail has been around for the best part of a decade and as such is quite a common sight on Britain’s roads. But there’s a little known predecessor to the X-Trail and I stumbled across one in the New Forest at the weekend. The car in question is the Nissan Rasheen and I have […]