Nissan, EVAP, and MERALCO are presenting the EV Summit again, now in its 10th iteration.
With its pricing now made public, the Nissan Kicks has made the hybrid segment even more competitive with its set of features.
The Nissan Kicks uses a 1.2-liter gasoline engine to charge a small battery pack, which then sends power to an electric motor.
The updated leaf gets a new front fascia with a new grille, and Nissan’s new logo with illumination.
A few minor updates that make the pickup truck even more competitive in its segment and even safer as well.
Could a Pajero Mini revival go up against the lonesome Suzuki Jimny?
We could soon see the return of popular nameplates, a new sports car, and possibly even another EV join the local lineup.
Juan Manual Hoyos received the keys to Nissan Philippines from Atsushi Najima as the brand’s new president.
The Japanese performance car is getting long in the tooth but its next generation will reportedly come with electric power under its hood.
Nissan previously revealed the Leaf NISMO RC, an all-electric race car with NISMO-worthy performance.