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  • 2016 Nissan X-Trail Hybrid (model sold in Japan)

    More than four years after launching its Leaf electric car, Nissan is by far the leading maker of electric vehicles globally. In hybrids, however, it was late to the game and has struggled to package products that will prove compelling to North American buyers. Its announcement this week that it would start selling a hybrid model of the Nissan Rogue compact crossover utility vehicle in Japan highlights the challenges it faces. DON'T MISS: Nissan Will Add Murano Hybrid, Rogue Hybrid In 2015 Or So (Aug 2013) Sold in Asia and Europe, the Nissan X-Trail is fundamentally the same vehicle as the...

  • Infiniti JX Hybrid prototype, Nissan GranDrive test track, Oppama, Japan, Oct 2012
    Nissan Says It Plans To Offer 15 New Hybrid Models By 2016

    Nissan will add 15 new hybrid models to its global lineup by 2016, as well as several more plug-in electric cars, it said yesterday. Toshiyuki Shiga, the company's chief operating officer, made the commitment at a briefing in its headquarters town of Yokohama in which it analyzed progress toward...

  • Infiniti JX Hybrid prototype, Nissan GranDrive test track, Oppama, Japan, Oct 2012
    Infiniti JX Hybrid: What Do Suburban Moms Want In A Hybrid Crossover?

    Every carmaker will soon have at least a handful of hybrid models, and Nissan is no exception. The company’s luxury brand, Infiniti, let reporters drive a prototype version of the Infiniti JX Hybrid it’s expected to launch in the U.S. market within a year or two. The 2013 Infiniti JX...

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