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Comparison Video Shows the Legacy of the GT-R

Doug DeMuro is a silly individual. You would know this if you read Jalopnik on a regular basis and follow his columns when they appear. He’s known for having owned a used Ferrari 360 Modena and taking it to a dragstrip, terrorizing the streets of Philadelphia with his bright yellow Hummer H1, and most recently […]

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Behind the Wheel: The 2015 Nissan Murano

Our experience test driving the Leaf was so much fun that we decided to take another Nissan model out for a spin. John Felten was with us again, having graciously agreed to introduce our next demo car. We were standing in the overflow lot in front of Leith Nissan’s future showroom. The car we were […]

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Life in an EV: The 2015 Nissan Leaf

Leaf stands for Low Emission Automobile of the Future, which is misleading. The implication here is that the Leaf still creates emissions, they’re just low. It’s actually a zero-emission vehicle (not counting construction). It was purpose-built as a no-emission electric car, the only such car in its segment that you cannot buy in a gas-powered […]

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First Look at the 2015 Nissan Juke

A couple of weeks ago we shared some media outlets’ first impressions of the new Murano. Now the 2015 Juke has had a press event and journalists are buzzing with praise for the compact crossover that “keeps it weird.” The Juke is another car that certain people have had to learn to love, but others […]

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First Impressions of the 2015 Nissan Murano

This week, auto journalists got their first hands-on experience with the 2015 Nissan Murano, and to no one’s surprise around here, they have only good things to say about it. Built with many of the styling cues from the Nissan Resonance Concept, designers say the third generation Murano was about “pushing the reset button.” Looking […]

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