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2010-2011 Nissan Sentra Recalled, May Stall Unexpectedly
2010-2011 Nissan Sentra Recalled, May Stall Unexpectedly

If you own a Nissan Sentra from the 2010 or 2011 model years, pay attention: your vehicle may be recalled due to a potential problem with its battery system, which could cause your car to stall unexpectedly. The Sentra recall centers around a faulty terminal stud bolt. It appears that some of the...Read More»

2011 Kia Optima
Car Sales, April 2011: Everybody's Up, Almost

New-car sales continued to nudge back into a more healthy range in April, as most of the major automakers reported big double-digit increases. With some automakers left to report April sales, the big stories are coming from Ford, with a 16-percent increase across its two brands; from General...Read More»

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Trending In Social Media This Week: Travis Pastrana Leaves Subaru; GE And Nissan

Social Car News has partnered with real-time online buzz tracker OneRiot to bring you a weekly report on what's trending in the automotive social media world. Each week we monitor discussions across all platforms including but not limited to Twitter, Facebook, Digg, MySpace and blogs to bring you...Read More»

2011 Nissan Maxima
2011 Nissan Maxima, Sentra Priced From $30,810 And $15,520

Pricing can be a dicey game as carmakers work to stay competitive while still making money on increasingly high-content models. For 2011, Nissan appears to be playing both ends of the spectrum with the Maxima and Sentra, which start at $30,810 and $15,520 respectively. The Sentra offers a solid...Read More»

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Frugal Shopper: Holiday-Weekend Sales Promise Sweeter Deals

If you're not among the 32.1 million Americans planning to travel this holiday weekend, as estimated by the AAA, and you happen to be shopping for a new vehicle, it could be a great time to buy. Just a quick glance at the local newspaper or other local media sources, or a look at your local...Read More»

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Video: Drifting Down Wisteria Lane In A Remote-Controlled Nissan Sentra SE-R

Drifting is serious business. It requires the right car, the right skill, and, if you're making a commercial, the right folder full of permits, permission slips, and indemnity forms. And if you're planning to shoot that thing in a cul-de-sac, you'll need the approval of the residents' association...Read More»

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Toyota Recall: Ford, Honda, And Hyundai Gaining The Most

Ford, Hyundai, and Honda—not GM or Chrysler, as some sources have claimed—look to be making the most conquests from customers who've had it with Toyota due to recall uncertainties. In looking at the market share that Toyota has lost, that's what the pricing intelligence service TrueCar found...Read More»

2010 Nissan Sentra
Preview: 2010 Nissan Sentra Cuts Price, Adds Features

Despite its cute exterior and polite, if uninspiring, on-road demeanor, the Nissan Sentra is one aggressive sedan - at least in terms of value. Priced to start at just $15,420 this year, the compact sedan now offers more optional technology equipment, meaning you don't have to skimp in order to...Read More»

2009 Nissan SE-R Spec V
Driven: 2009 Nissan Sentra SE-R Spec V

Long before Subaru introduced its WRX in the U.S. and Mitsubishi brought its Evo, Nissan sold the sporty SE-R version of its Sentra sedan. Besides giving the dowdy Sentra a few more horsepower and a new attitude, the SE-R, along with the Honda Civic Si, are often credited for sparking the tuner...Read More»

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Nissan Hits a Milestone: 25 Years in Tennessee

Quick, someone run to Publix and get a cake? It's for Nissan, which is celebrating 25 years of producing vehicles in the United States this month. Two and a half decades ago, Nissan began building pickup trucks (remember the Hardbody?) in rural Smyrna, Tennessee, and hasn't looked back since. In...Read More»

Nissan to Sell Chrysler Truck - So What About the Armada?

With today's announcement from Auburn Hills and Tokyo that Chrysler and Nissan would trade product for product, the speculation on more deals between the automakers grew louder. Earlier this year, the two automakers outlined the basics of the deal, which had Nissan producing a compact car for...Read More»

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2006 Los Angeles Auto Show

CONCEPTS 2006 Acura Advanced Sedan Concept by Marty Padgett (11/29/2006)Acura predicts the future of performance and luxury, in its idiom. 2006 Ford Mustang by Giugiaro Concept by Marty Padgett (11/29/2006)The Mustang, seen through Italian eyes. 2006 Honda FCX Concept by Bengt Halvorson...Read More»

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2006 Detroit Auto Show, Part IV

2006 Detroit Auto Show Index by TCC Team (1/7/2006) Turnarounds Are Easy It’s what happens next that’s difficult, said Brad Bradshaw, general manager of the Nissan Division. “It’s always easier to turn around a company than to sustain it, and that’s where we find ourselves now,” he...Read More»

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2006 Detroit Auto Show, Part VIII

  2006 Detroit Auto Show Index by TCC Team (1/7/2006) Compass Shows the Way to Jeep With another seemingly random surprise drop-in by an actress — this time, former Law and Order star Angie Harmon — the Chrysler sales and marketing chief Joe Eberhardt revealed the production version of the new...Read More»

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