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.
Two non-Japanese designers, one a veteran insider, the other just poached from a luxury-brand rival, face a difficult balancing act leading Nissan Motor Co. into an era of new technology.
Canadian-born Tony Laframboise is the new president of Mitsubishi Motor Sales of Canada, a change that's part of a bigger executive overhaul at Nissan Motor Corp.
Infiniti, Nissan's premium brand, named Canadian Karim Habib, former global design chief for BMW, as the brand's new chief designer.
Nissan's elusive Kicks -- a new Versa-sized subcompact spotted road-testing in Michigan -- is getting closer to U.S. showrooms, but Nissan Canada refused to comment on whether it would arrive here.
In 2011, Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn publicly scolded his Canadian dealers in the pages of one of Canada's largest newspapers. They responded.
Carlos Ghosn, the long-serving CEO who rescued Nissan from bankruptcy, is stepping down as CEO, having nearly finished his latest business plan and driven the Renault-Nissan Alliance to new heights with the acquisition of Mitsubishi. Hiroto Saikawa, who currently serves as co-CEO, will become sole chief executive.
In 2013, Nissan began tailoring cars and models more specifically to the Canadian market. For example, Nissan's U.S. arm had no interest in the Micra, but management thought it would do well here.
After Nissan's Star Wars tie-in kicked Rogue sales into hyperdrive last month, its marketing team is tackling a new mission: spreading the compact crossover's success to other nameplates.