Nissan has come a long way since the days when it was called Datsun. Now it's home to the Altima sedan; we think it's one of the best mid-size sedans around. The Rogue SUV is quiet and comfortable and offers plenty of cargo room, too. At the top of the lineup sits the venerable GT-R, which earns its reputation as a slayer of supercars as well as its nickname—Godzilla—with a burly 565-hp twin-turbocharged V-6. The cheap and cheerful Versa is at the other end of the spectrum, which is one of the most affordable new cars sold in the United States.
Sleek looks and promising innovation make the 2021 Nissan Ariya worth waiting for now that we know it's destined for production.
With a tranquil cabin environment and upscale styling, the 2020 Nissan Armada is the unconventional choice among conventional SUVs.
With durable cabin materials and a steadfast V-6 option, the 2020 Nissan Frontier is an affordable albeit antiquated alternative to contemporary pickup trucks.
Despite relentless acceleration and an expertly tuned chassis, the 2020 Nissan GT-R's supercar-killing stats have grown less impressive with age and inflating prices.
Despite its petite size, the Kicks has plenty of character and practicality thanks to its roomy back seat and an unexpectedly large cargo capacity.
The Rogue is one of the best-selling compact crossovers on the market, with a solid mix of handsome styling and comfortable accommodations.
It may be dull to drive and lack the panache of a Tesla or an electric Jaguar, but the Leaf is a bargain EV for budget-minded eco-activists.
The 2020 Nissan Maxima is a stylish and somewhat athletic offering in what is otherwise a rather dull segment.
Despite its unremarkable performance, the 2020 Nissan Murano looks fancy and can be affordable.
With solid comfort and performance, as well a strong record of durability, the NV meets the needs of business owners and big families.
With the lowest price in its class, the NV200 represents a strong value, but it doesn't match the features, size, or capability of its rivals.
The Pathfinder offers a solid value and notable towing capacity; once a respected, seriously capable off-roader, now it's just a ho-hum crossover.
Positioned between its smaller Kicks and larger Rogue brethren, the Rogue Sport is a compelling option for those who don't want a larger SUV.
With a new design and a more powerful, fuel-efficient engine, the Sentra is a big improvement versus its predecessor and a contender in its class.
With a tranquil interior and configurable cargo box, the 2020 Nissan Titan is a solid alternative to domestic trucks—but that's about it.
It offers a comfortable ride, plush front and rear seats, and a customizable cargo bed, but the not-quite-heavy-duty Nissan Titan XD fails to impress.
The 2020 Nissan Versa is revitalized with a comprehensive makeover that has the previously subpar subcompact sedan looking like a value superstar.
The 2020 Nissan 370Z is easy to drive enthusiastically and has great engine response, but this engaging rear-drive, two-seater is showing its age.
The 2019 Nissan Altima is a hugely popular family sedan that returns to contention after an extensive redesign.
Instead of imitating the boxy and costly stalwarts of this popular segment, the 2019 Nissan Armada breaks the mold—sort of.
In spite of being virtually unchanged for more than a decade, the 2019 Nissan Frontier continues to sell well.
Doesn't matter what you call it—GT-R or, as its fan lovingly refer to it, Godzilla—Nissan's range topper is a supercar-stomping, high-tech dynamo.
With a wonderfully efficient powertrain, Costco-size cargo space, and charming design the littlest Nissan SUV is packed with charisma and big on practicality.
Long before Elon Musk promised EV motoring for the masses, the Nissan Leaf was quietly offering just that.
With sufficient comfort to please a luxury buyer, enough athleticism to keep an enthusiast driver engaged, and ample gadgetry to appeal to tech connoisseurs, the 2019 Nissan Maxima is a well-rounded full-size sedan.
The Murano stakes a claim between premium and non-premium SUVs with its refined ride, standout styling, well-appointed interior, and feature-laden spec sheet.
Although it looks like the offspring of a Titan pickup and an armored car, there’s a lot to like about this unorthodox van.
Cargo vans aren’t usually regarded as exciting vehicles, but to the hard-working men and women of America, a well-designed van can be critical.
If you were to blend all of today's three-row crossovers into a single, entirely average concoction, the 2019 Pathfinder would be the result.
The 2019 Nissan Rogue provides consumer-friendly features in a snazzy and comfy package.
If the Kicks is too small and the Rogue is too big, you might find the in-betweener Rogue Sport the perfect fit.
While the 2019 Nissan Sentra has a soft ride and spacious rear seat, the compact sedan is still a bland choice for people who prize value over style.
At Nissan, the word “NISMO” means “add performance,” and the Sentra NISMO follows that recipe—just barely.
The 2019 Nissan Titan is a valiant attempt to topple domestic rivals that have sat atop the Mount Olympus of full-size-pickup sales for decades.
The not-quite-heavy-duty 2019 Nissan Titan XD is a 'tweener tow rig that fills a niche in the cutthroat pickup-truck class.
No bones about it, the 2019 Nissan Versa sedan is built specifically to serve up cheap and comfortable transportation—and in that, it succeeds.
The 2019 Nissan Versa Note is among the most affordable vehicles sold in America, even though it's not the most appealing.
The Nissan 370Z is a decent package of power and handling, but it's starting to feel dated versus the competition.
Whimsical styling sets the Cube apart from its boxy competitors, but unfortunately, that’s about all it has going for it.
The Juke puts the “fun” in “funky,” making it perfect for those who want a spry and speedy little runabout that also stands out in traffic.
If you’re looking to turn up the insanity on the standard and already-cheeky Juke, there’s the NISMO and NISMO RS.