The automotive engineers at Nissan are leading the industry for new developments in all of their new Nissan models. From racy sports cars like the GT-R to super efficient electric vehicles such as the Leaf, Nissan has been honored with many awards for their dedication to quality and spirit of innovation. Here are some of Nissan’s recent accomplishments:
After being named car of the year by Automobile Magazine in 2008, the GT-R supercharged sports car has gone on to receive tons of recognition in the past year. The 2013 GT-R model features a high-performance engine that delivers a jaw-dropping 530 horsepower and 466 lb-ft of torque. These amazing performance specs have led to the 2013 GT-R being named car of the year by TopSpeed.com. If unbelievable performance is what you are looking for in a new model, be sure not to miss this award-winning super car.
The groundbreaking Nissan Leaf is Nissan’s first all-electric car. This high performing and incredibly economic model has been highly praised by the auto industry since it was first introduced in 2010. Along with being honored as one of Popular Mechanic’s top products of 2010, the Nissan Leaf has also been recognized by electric car authorities such as Green Fleet Magazine, who named it their 2011 Electric Vehicle of the year.
While Nissan has been achieving award-winning developments in both their race-tuned and all-electric models, the family friendly Maxima has also been receiving a great deal of attention and accolades. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration rated the Nissan 5 stars for safety. In addition, Kelley Blue Book named the 2012 Nissan Maxima Best Resale Value for its class. If you are looking for a car with excellent safety ratings and outstanding value, these awards highlight the excellent reliability of the Nissan Maxima.
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