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2020 Nissan Juke debuts, looking more conventional yet more handsome

2020 Nissan Juke debuts, looking more conventional yet more handsome

Everybody knows the Nissan Juke, for the right or wrong reasons (mostly wrong), based on their preference of car design. The little crossover was taken off Nissan Middle East’s GCC portfolio as the Nissan Kicks came in, relegated to sales only in the Levant region. Nevertheless, Nissan has now revealed the second generation of the Juke for Europe, and it looks great.

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2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition revealed

2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition revealed

To celebrate 50 years since the launch of the first GT-R, Nissan has released a GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition package. The package offers three “heritage” exterior colour schemes – blue with white stripes, pearl white with red stripes and silver with white stripes. The colours are inspired from the KPGC10-based race cars. The “Bayside Blue” is the first time Nissan is offering the famous blue shade from the R34 Skyline GT-R model on the R35. 

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Comparo: 2019 Nissan Kicks vs Honda HR-V vs Hyundai Kona vs Mazda CX-3

Comparo: 2019 Nissan Kicks vs Honda HR-V vs Hyundai Kona vs Mazda CX-3

As comparison tests go, this isn’t the most exciting, but it is probably relevant to a whole lot more people than pitting Porsches and Ferraris against McLarens and Lamborghinis yet again (spoiler alert: Porsches and Ferraris are always better). What we have here today are the newest segment of vehicles to sprout from the SUV revolution — the sub-compact crossovers. Not quite SUVs, but not really cars either, the sub-compact crossover gives owners the feeling of driving an SUV while keeping ownership costs within car-like levels. The newest of the bunch is the Honda HR-V, going up against the immensely-successful Nissan Kicks.

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First drive: 2019 Nissan Altima in the UAE

First drive: 2019 Nissan Altima in the UAE

The past year has been major when it comes to midsize sedans — if you can call that niche major any more. All-new versions of the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord debuted in 2018, and their sales have already stagnated as consumers increasingly gravitate toward crossovers. Meanwhile, Ford and GM announced plans to kill off their sedan models in some markets entirely. That means the segment, shrinking or otherwise, will continue to be dominated by the Japanese, especially now that Nissan has debuted their all-new Altima.

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