RapidResponse, a logistics software system built by Canadian company Kinaxis, will be used to manage Nissan's global supply chain, starting this year.
Nissan says the Qashqai name was retained because Canadians associate with vehicles driven in Europe. Then why is Nissan currently running ads explaining how to pronounce Qashqai?
Nissan Canada is making advanced automated braking technology standard on eight models for the 2018 model year. The system is currently offered only as an option in higher-grade trim packages.
Nissan Canada Finance will become Mitsubishi Canada's captive financing partner for vehicle leasing and loan services in “hopes that the new financing arm will attract more buyers."
Nissan has appointed communications and marketing company Edelman as its global public relations agency, cutting loose Cohn & Wolfe in Canada after a 12-year relationship.
Nissan is launching a program to sell or lease used Leaf electric vehicles in Quebec, where they will qualify for the province's $4,000 Drive Electric incentive program if they are originally from out of province.
How closely related are the U.S. Nissan Rogue Sport and the Canadian Nissan Qashqai? Automotive News Canada editor-in-chief Jeff Melnychuk takes a look.
The Qashqai is Nissan's sixth utility vehicle and is designed for youthful couples and singles, the automaker says.
The number of electric-vehicle charging stations in North America is growing, but there aren't many in rural areas and that can leave electric-vehicle pioneers in the backcountry with “range anxiety."
Nissan Canada has selected Certified Collision Care as its exclusive partner to administer and manage its new collision repair certification program and national network of repair shops.
Canadian sales of the Nissan Leaf have grown every year since the electric vehicle's debut in 2012 and now the next-generation Leaf has been spotted testing. Spy photos indicate the vehicle's styling align with the rest of the brand.
Nissan is recalling about 5,000 Murano vehicles from model years 2013-2014, Transport Canada says.