By Jim Bray Thursday, June 27, 2013
It has plenty of power and toys, and lots of other things to love. Despite that, the Infiniti EX 37 turns out to be a fairly bland entry into the luxury small sports ute market.Nissan upgrades and updates the Altima
By Jim Bray Friday, December 7, 2012
It’s one of the Japanese company’s bread and butter cars, a mid-size sedan they hope you’ll think is the “altimate” family car.Toyota GT86 road test
By Tim Saunders Friday, November 9, 2012
The Nissan 370Z and Audi TT are dead. Long live the Toyota GT86.Infiniti JX 35 throws down a gauntlet, while Honda’s Ridgeline soldiers on
By Jim Bray Friday, November 9, 2012
The newest addition to Infiniti’s stable is a big SUV/crossover thingy, and Infiniti would have you believe that it’s the latest and greatest such vehicle ever to hit these shores.Nissan Versa has few vices
By Jim Bray Saturday, June 2, 2012
It screams “entry level,” but if you can get past that, and the continuously variable transmission, you might find the Nissan Versa a decent little car.
Infiniti Makes a Powerful Statement with its Hybrid M
By Jim Bray Saturday, January 7, 2012
Nissan’s upscale division has taken the wraps off a hybrid version of its top of the line M series sedan, and it’s a car that actually boasts more power than its “regular” V6 version.Nissan Z Roadster an Open-top Blast
By Jim Bray Monday, September 13, 2010
Back around 1980, I bought the Datsun 240Z I’d always lusted after but could never afford when it was new. It was a 1972 model and I loved it, despite fenders so rusty they’d basically flap like eagles’ wings at highway speeds. That Z was a marvelous car, a highlight of Japanese automotive technology of the time.Nissan cube a Square Deal
By News on the Net Monday, November 30, 2009
It may be a little funny-looking, in a kind of cute way, but Nissan’s new cube “van-like object” is a pretty nifty vehicle overall.Murano 2.0 a Family Friend
By Jim Bray Monday, April 20, 2009
If you thought Nissan Murano Version 1.0 was a pretty decent vehicle, you’ll probably love what they’ve done to it in Version 2.0.Is Sporty New Coupe the “Altima-te” Nissan?
By Jim Bray Sunday, February 24, 2008
Take a popular mid-sized sedan, weld two doors shut and what do you get?