2018 Nissan Teana 2.0XL Exterior and Interior

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2019 Nissan Altima - Exterior and Interior Walkaround - Debut at 2018 New York Auto Show

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New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana

NISSAN TEANA (NISSAN TEANA) 2018 New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana The appearance in Russia on March 14, 2014 of the new flagship of the Nissan passenger car line, the Teana business sedan, marked the beginning of the renovation of the entire model range of the company. New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana The third generation Nissan Teana has become a little longer, wider and lower than its predecessors, and its design, which is full of curved dynamic lines and "muscular" forms, coupled with a new grille and elegantly slanted headlamps, has become, according to the manufacturer, brighter, expressive and premium. New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana Due to the increase in the rigidity of the body of the Nissan Teana in the compartment with the improvement of its sound insulation in the area of ​​the floor, the engine board and the roof, it was possible to significantly reduce the penetration of transmission and other noises into the interior, and also to achieve more accurate reactions of the car to steering wheel turns. New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana When designing the interior of the Nissan Teana, the comfort and safety of the driver and passengers were at the forefront, and even NASA specialists were involved in the process of creating the driver's seat. As a result, a chair was designed with a minimal load on the spine and muscles of the trunk, in which the driver is less prone to fatigue during the long journey. NISSAN TEANA ENGINES 2018 Under the hood of the New 2018 Sedan Nissan Teana can be one of two petrol engines available in Russia in volume 2.5 and 3.5 liters with a capacity of 173 and 249 hp. with variable valve timing systems, aluminum exhaust manifold casings and special intake air valves that open at high speeds to smooth out the torque curve. Both motors of the Nissan Teana are assembled with the new Xtronic CVT variable speed variator, which has the function of manually switching conditional gears. In top versions, this can be done with paddle-shaped petals.

2018 Toyota Camry - Better Than an Honda Accord?

2018 Toyota Camry Relocating from major appliances to sporting goods. Really. Ever since it arrived for 1983 as the first ever transverse-engine, front-wheel-drive Toyota, the Camry has been a sane, sensible family sedan. Over six succeeding generations, the Camry executed that mission so well that it became America’s best-selling passenger car—but also among its most boring. Now, however, company boss Akio Toyoda wants to banish boring, which means big changes for the brand’s big seller. The effort got off to a tentative start with a more-extensive-than-usual mid-cycle update for 2015 but reaches full flower with the all-new eighth-generation car. This Camry really wants to party. Highs More muscular engines, toned chassis, extroverted styling. Lows Higher prices, still no Android Auto or Apple CarPlay, styling maybe too extroverted? Funk Factor To start, there’s the styling. In its family-sedan segment, it’s the equivalent of a purple mohawk. The new car is longer, lower, and (fractionally) wider, giving it a slightly lower-slung profile. Up front there’s an angry-looking visage marked by a pinched upper grille and a gaping lower maw. The bottom edge of the fascia flares outward, as do the rocker panels; the shoulder line kicks up behind the rear doors; and a crease slashes across the C-pillar and extends back to the decklid spoiler. SE and XSE models have their own, even busier front and rear styling, plus additional sculpting on the rockers and a rear bumper that emulates a diffuser. XSE versions offer a black roof. One can argue whether the new Camry’s styling looks better, but there is no question that there’s more of it. The interior is funkier, too, binning the previous slablike dash for a more three-dimensional design bisected by a wavelike trim piece. The triangular center stack angles toward the driver, while on the passenger’s side the dash curves away to create a greater sense of spaciousness. The gloss-black region into which the central touchscreen is integrated provides today’s requisite smartphone-mimicking appearance, but it retains enough knobs and physical buttons to make for easy operation. Top-spec models enjoy padded surfaces, soft-touch plastics, and attractive graining, some of which is preserved for mid-level trims, although these get hard-plastic door panels and a cheaper-feeling steering wheel. Toyota’s latest Entune 3.0 infotainment system debuts here, and its biggest upgrade may be the company’s standard app-based navigation system, which works through a connected Apple or Android phone with the Scout app installed to deliver real moving maps and turn-by-turn directions just like an in-car nav system; Entune’s biggest downside is that it still doesn’t support Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The nearly two-inch-longer wheelbase helps preserve interior roominess, including generous rear-seat legroom and knee clearance, even as engineers lowered the roof and the seating position. They also lowered the hood and the beltline to avoid the feeling of sitting in the bottom of a barrel. This Camry is more adventurous with color, too, with the gray and tan interiors using multiple hues, while a red-and-black scheme can be had in the XSE. Feel the TNGA It’s not just appearances that have changed; much of the hardware is new, as the Camry moves to Toyota’s TNGA architecture. Both engines are fresh, as well, although their layout and displacements are familiar. The direct-and-port-injected 2.5-liter inline-four has a longer stroke and a higher compression ratio than the previous four-cylinder, and it boasts variable valve timing that is now electrically actuated on the intake side. Output climbs from 178 horsepower and 170 lb-ft of torque to 203 and 184—or 206 and 186 in the XSE with its quad exhaust outlets, a Camry first. A 176-hp version of the same engine pairs with an electric motor/generator in the hybrid. A V-6 also returns, even as competitors—including the archrival Honda Accord—are dropping them in favor of turbocharged fours. Again displacing 3.5 liters, the Camry V-6 makes a robust 301 horsepower versus 268 before, along with 267 lb-ft of torque, up from 248. Both engines trade their previous six-speed automatic for a new eight-speed unit, but the hybrid continues with the same mechanical arrangement that creates a pseudo-CVT. As before, the Camry lineup divides thematically between S (sport) and L (luxury) models. On the former side, there’s the SE (available as a four-cylinder or a hybrid) and the fancier XSE (four-cylinder or V-6). A new just-plain L (four-cylinder only) is the price leader, with the LE (four-cylinder or hybrid) and XLE (four-cylinder, V-6, or hybrid) climbing from there. Read More http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/2018-toyota-camry-first-drive-review "SUBSCRIBE NOW"

Honda Accord 2018

ALL NEW Honda Accord 2018 Review - America's best-selling car gets most dramatic remake in 41 years - Quicker, more fuel-efficient Honda VTEC Turbo® engines - All-new chassis and body with "class above" handling, comfort, and design - Latest safety and driver-assistive technology with standard Honda Sensing - Connected-car technology includes new Display Audio with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto The all-new 2018 Honda Accord goes on sale at dealerships nationwide today as the quickest, most fuel-efficient, sophisticated and spacious Accord in the model's 41-year history. The 2018 Accord 1.5T, powered by a new 192-horsepower VTEC Turbo® engine has a starting Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $23,5701. The Accord 1.5T earned an EPA fuel economy rating of 30/38/33 mpg (city/highway/combined)2 in LX, EX, EX-L and EX-L Navi trims with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT). Also available in Sport trim with a 6-speed manual transmission, the Accord 1.5T will be joined next month by the even more powerful Accord 2.0T and, in early in 2018, by the new Accord Hybrid. Recently called "America's Best Sedan" by Car & Driver magazine, all Accords showcase new styling with an increased focus on stance and proportion while benefitting from an all-new platform with a more rigid and lightweight body, a sophisticated new chassis and a longer wheelbase that contributes to a more spacious cabin with class-leading rear legroom. New standard features on all models include LED headlight and taillights, dual-zone climate control, 7-inch customizable digital driver's meter and the full suite of Honda Sensing safety and driver-assistive technologies including new Traffic Sign Recognition. New connected-car technologies available on the 2018 Accord include a 7-inch digital TFT driver's meter (standard), an 8-inch, high-resolution Display Audio touchscreen with both volume and tuning/list-scrolling knobs and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility (Sport and above trims). A new 6-inch head-up display (HUD), automatic Bluetoothâ phone pairing, wireless device charging and next-generation HondaLink™ Assist with available 4G LTE in-car Wi-Fi and smartphone-controlled remote engine start are also available. Powering the 2018 Accord 1.5T is a 1.5-liter, DOHC direct-injected VTEC Turboâ inline 4-cylinder engine with peak outputs of 192 horsepower and 192 lb.-ft. of torque (both SAE net), making it the most powerful base engine ever for the Accord. It is available with a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) in all trims and in Sport trim with either the CVT or a short-throw 6-speed manual transmission (6MT). The Accord 2.0T, arriving next month, will be powered by a responsive 2.0-liter VTEC Turbo® engine with peak outputs of 252 horsepower and 273 lb.-ft. of torque (both SAE net), the highest torque output ever for Accord. The Accord Hybrid, featuring the third-generation of Honda's two-motor hybrid powertrain, will join the lineup in early 2018. The 2018 Honda Accord features the latest generation of Honda's Advanced Compatibility Engineering™ (ACE™) safety body structure and advanced supplemental restraint systems, including new driver and front passenger knee airbags, and is anticipated to achieve top collision safety ratings from both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) testing. Additional driver-assistive technology, standard on all trims, include a Multi-Angle Rearview Camera with dynamic guidelines, Straight Driving Assist, and Auto High-Beams. Blind spot information (BSI) with Cross Traffic Monitor is standard on EX and above trims while Touring trims add front and rear parking sensors. The Honda Accord is America's best-selling car over the past 41 years3 with American car buyers have purchased more than 13 million Accords, more than 11 million of those produced in America, using domestic and globally-sourced parts. This all-new Accord should help carry the model to its fifth year in a row as the #1 midsize car in America – what's more, Accord continues as the #2 car in the industry, second only to the Honda Civic4. Trim: 2018 Accord LX Transmission: CVT MSRP: $23,570 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord Sport Transmission: 6MT MSRP: $25,780 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 26/35/30 Trim: 2018 Accord Sport Transmission: CVT MSRP: $25,780 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 29/35/31 Trim: 2018 Accord EX Transmission: CVT MSRP: $27,470 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord EX-L Transmission: CVT MSRP: $29,970 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord EX-L Navi Transmission: CVT MSRP: $30,970 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 30/38/33 Trim: 2018 Accord Touring Transmission: CVT MSRP: $33,800 EPA Fuel Economy (city / highway / combined): 29/35/31 New Car Videos: https://goo.gl/5nPYXv

2019 Nissan Altima – Redline: First Look – 2018 NYIAS

As family sedans continue to feel the heat from crossovers, Nissan takes the covers off the latest version of the Altima sedan. Replacing the old V6 with a VC-turbo 4-cylinder and offering AWD on the base engine should give buyers a reason to choose it over a more practical SUV. Throw in an all-new interior with a brand new infotainment system which includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and we could see a pretty exciting war brewing in the midsize family sedan segment.

As per the most recent reports, 2018 Teana should proceed in the practically same path, without greater changes. As we as of now specified, 2018 Nissan Teana should proceed in the essentially same route as present model. We will see an auto with same styling, same power drive with Xtronic VCT and basically same gear. We will see essentially same inside outline, which will accompany a lot of advancements.

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