Long story short, the Leaf was designed to be an affordable, compact car with a lot of utility and not necessarily as an ICE vehicle replacement. The Leaf is usually a second or third car for most buyers and is used as a primary commuter or “get around town” car and not as a weekend or travel car. I explain those points in this video.
In this review, I look at the all-new, totally revamped Nissan Rogue. Nissan did a lot to improve this best-selling crossover and it really shows. There are a couple of quirks, but this is a vast improvement on an already well-done vehicle. Here’s the walkaround while I yap about it.
In this review, Aaron looks at the 2020 Nissan Titan XD. This truck has seen a lot of improvement, making it much more competitive in today’s pickup truck market. The XD has dropped its big Cummins diesel engine, but now offers more ergonomics, gearing, and smarter design than it’s had before. Check out this heavy-duty half-ton truck.
In this review, I look at the 2020 Nissan Titan XD, which has undergone a host of changes. Most are great improvements that make this truck competitive. The XD is now much more ergonomic, better performing, and smarter than the pre-2020 models were in this generation. Check it out.
In this interior walkthrough, I look at the much-improved 2020 Titan XD, the heavy-duty half-ton from Nissan. Several things that were big complaints before are now remedied and the Titan XD is now a competitive truck, though only time will tell just how competitive it really is. Here’s the full walkthrough of the interior, controls, and all the rest.
In this review, I look at the 2020 Nissan Titan in its Pro4X package. Nissan made a lot of changes to its full-sized pickup and all of them are for the better. The Titan is now a competitive truck with a lot to offer those willing to look. Check it out.
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