Nissan has come a long way since the days when it was called Datsun. Now it's home to the Altima mid-size sedan. 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.
Its cabin is comfortable and its price is attractive, but the 2023 Nissan Leaf has fallen behind segment leaders in both driving range and charging tech.
Like many three-row SUVs, the 2023 Nissan Pathfinder aims to be a minivan replacement but with rugged styling and a bit of towing and off-road capability.
Filling in the lineup between the Kicks and Rogue, the 2023 Nissan Rogue Sport compact crossover receives a makeover, inside and out.
With a heritage reaching back to 1969, the Nissan Z is an icon of the sports car world, and the all-new 2023 Z is ready to carry on the legacy.
The Nissan Altima is a mid-size sedan that easily shuttles passengers in an attractively styled, comfortably appointed, inoffensive package.
The Nissan Armada isn't the newest large SUV, and it's not very fuel efficient or steady on the highway, but it's one of the more elegant and well equipped.
The all-new Nissan Frontier features a bold exterior design, a modernized interior, and contemporary tech to better compete with other mid-size pickup trucks.
The 2022 Nissan GT-R is a supercar with gut-punch acceleration, but its age and a cohort of more modern supercar rivals has caused its shine to fade.
With a bold design and a surprisingly spacious cabin, the Nissan Kicks is a stylish small SUV with a practical side, but its powertrain leaves us wanting.
While luxury brands such as Audi and Tesla grab headlines with their luxury EVs, the 2022 Nissan Leaf quietly serves the proletariat an affordable electric vehicle.
If the idea of buying a full-size sedan sounds like a bore, consider the 2022 Nissan Maxima, which offers driving enjoyment alongside the benefits of a large car.
Don't be fooled by the 2022 Nissan Murano's bold exterior styling; underneath its aggressively creased sheetmetal lies a comfy cabin and a soft-riding chassis.
Whether the task is running errands around town or taking the family on a road trip, the redesigned 2022 Nissan Pathfinder is a practical, capable, and great-looking vehicle for getting it done.
The 2022 Nissan Rogue offers attractive styling, modern interior tech, decent performance, and a practical cabin, but its handling won't excite enthusiast drivers.
Slightly larger than most of the mini SUVs it competes with, the 2022 Nissan Rogue Sport will still take up less space in your garage than the larger Rogue.
The Nissan Sentra is an undeniably stylish and notably comfortable compact sedan; it's just not as refined or satisfying to drive as the stars of this segment.
The Nissan Titan has a stout V-8 and smart transmission as well as a hushed cabin with ultra-comfy seats, but it's still overshadowed by American alternatives.
The Nissan Titan XD tows and hauls more than the regular Titan, and it rides better than heavy-duty rivals, but it's not as capable or configurable as they are.
The Nissan Versa sedan isn't the most riveting machine, but it's affordable, attractive inside and out, and offers more safety tech than other subcompacts.
Despite available all-wheel drive and its sportiest model being fun to pilot, the Nissan Altima is not as desirable or engaging as the best family sedans.
The Nissan Armada gets refreshed looks, enhanced technology features, and new standard driver assists to better compete against its redesigned rivals
Although the Nissan Frontier is getting a much-needed makeover, the outdated version still has one final model year before its myriad flaws are addressed.
It makes sense that the 2021 Nissan GT-R is known as Godzilla among enthusiasts, because it's both incredibly powerful and the vehicular equivalent of a dinosaur.
The 2021 Nissan Kicks is perfect for folks looking to make the switch from subcompact sedan to subcompact crossover, and as an added bonus it's practical.
The 2021 Nissan Leaf is roomy and relatively affordable but its standard battery pack's short driving range necessitates spending money on a more expensive trim.
A large sedan will usually make a driver's eyes glaze over with boredom, but the 2021 Nissan Maxima is a somewhat athletic offering in an otherwise dull segment.
The 2021 Nissan Murano has a deluxe exterior design and upscale cabin environment that make it feel more luxurious than most other mid-size crossovers.
One of the largest commercial vans on the market, the 2021 Nissan NV is a traditional full-size rear-wheel-drive van designed to meet the needs of businesses.
Not to be confused with the full-size NV, the 2021 Nissan NV200 is a compact cargo van intended for light-duty projects and aimed at budget-conscious buyers.
Nissan's popular Rogue compact SUV is all-new for 2021 and sports truckier styling, a much-improved interior design, and greater performance.
Positioned between its smaller Kicks and larger Rogue brethren, the 2021 Nissan Rogue Sport is a compelling option for those who don't want a larger SUV.
The Nissan Sentra's lazy acceleration and demure handling aren't entertaining, but its beautiful styling and supremely comfy seats offset those demerits.
The half-ton Titan offers something different than the domestic pickup trucks that dominate the market, but the Nissan isn't nearly as capable or versatile.
The Titan XD can do truck stuff, such as towing and hauling, but its in-between nature makes its less desirable than all the heavy-duty and light-duty pickups.
The Nissan Versa's relaxed ride and comfy interior will sooth passengers, and its roster of driver-assistance technology should give them peace of mind.
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 2020 Altima is a stylish mid-size sedan with the comfort and features that families want as well as exclusive content they can't get elsewhere.
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.
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.
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.
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 has a few traits that make it appealing, but not enough to challenge domestic rivals.
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.
With a stylish appearance and segment-exclusive driver-assist features, the Nissan Versa warrants further consideration.
The Nissan 370Z is a decent package of power and handling, but it's starting to feel dated versus the competition.
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.
Compared with the competition, the Maxima offers the most balanced mix of style, luxury, and sport.
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 offers a good balance of ride and handling, along with a smooth and powerful engine, but it's due for a styling update.
The 2018 Nissan Altima is comfortable and functional, but it fails to measure up to the competition in most key areas.
The 2018 Nissan Armada provides an attractive, roomy, and comfortable alternative to pricier large SUVs.
The 2018 Nissan Frontier is a capable, reasonably priced work truck, but it's no match for more up-to-date rivals.
The GT-R's age might put it behind some supercar rivals, but "Godzilla" still has plenty of bite.
The 2018 Nissan Kicks is a good choice in a stylish, practical, and efficient subcompact SUV.
The Leaf provides a relatively affordable EV experience with good range, decent handling, and the latest tech.
The 2018 Nissan Maxima is a comfortable, well-equipped large sedan that delivers surprisingly athletic performance.
The 2018 Nissan Murano, while not cheap, offers good value compared to similarly equipped rivals of the luxury SUV class.
The 2018 Nissan Pathfinder's lack of outstanding qualities means that it mostly fades into the background of its highly competitive class.
When it comes to practicality and fuel efficiency, the 2018 Nissan Rogue is a winner, but its tepid powertrain and unremarkable handling dull its shine.
The 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport is handsome, comfortable, and competent, but it's not as sporty as its name might imply.
The 2018 Nissan Sentra offers practical, reliable transportation at a budget price, but it lacks the character of most rivals.
Although the 2018 Nissan Titan has a lot to offer, it takes aim at the domestic competition and just misses.
The 2018 Nissan Titan XD boasts a compliant ride, comfy seats, and clever cargo-bed options, but it falls short of heavy-duty capability.
The 2018 Nissan Versa offers the lowest new-car price in the U.S., but not much else.
The Nissan 370Z isn’t suave and polished in how it looks or drives, but it could be perfect for anyone who wants pure, basic sports-car thrills.
The Altima is the C-student of mid-size sedans, though a passing grade is all that many buyers want in a roomy and budget-friendly four door.
The new Nissan Armada wears a mainstream badge but has the refinement and smoothness you’d expect of a luxury SUV.
The Frontier is an affordable and relatively capable mid-size pickup, but it's outmatched by more up-to-date rivals.
The Nissan GT-R is brutally quick and has a broad-shouldered design that fans of “Godzilla” truly love, though it could put off nonbelievers.
The Maxima is a full-size sedan for drivers who favor sporty looks and competent driving dynamics.
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.
The Nissan Leaf delivers perky all-electric motoring for the masses, but don't expect anything fancy.
Life is best enjoyed at a leisurely pace behind the wheel of the soft and comfy Nissan Murano.
The Nissan NV models are all about getting a job done, whether you need loads of space for work gear or tons of seating for passengers.
The NV200 is a functional tool for people who need a basic means of getting the job done.
The updated Pathfinder is a perfectly fine and comfortable C+ student among other mid-size SUVs with three rows of seating.
The Rogue's relaxed ride and comfortable interior might be enough for some buyers, but rival crossovers can be more compelling choices.
Practical and stylish, the Rogue Sport offers a roomy interior with ample cargo space, but it's a sport in name only.
The Sentra is a solid choice if you want a no-nonsense means of getting around, but it lacks the character of many rivals.
The Titan takes aim at domestic competitors but falls just short of the target.
The Titan XD occupies a midway point between regular-duty and heavy-duty pickups but fails to impress in either category.
The Versa is the lowest-priced car sold in America—for good reason.
Whimsical styling sets the Cube apart from its boxy competitors, but unfortunately, that’s about all it has going for it.