- 2013 Nissan Altima: Making its debut at the 2012 New York Auto show, Nissan revamped its flagship mid-sized sedan with a redesigned exterior, revamped interior, and refined engines. One of the most significant changes for 2013 is a drop in weight; the 2013 model is nearly eighty pounds lighter than the 2012 model. Such weight loss usually translates to better fuel economy from vehicles, which means savings to car owners.
Expect the 2013 Altima to go on sale later this month.
- 2013 Nissan Pathfinder: The Nissan Pathfinder concept made its debut at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. Expected to go on sale sometime in the third quarter this year, Nissan ditched the prior generation's underlying truck-based framework, or chassis, and replaced it with car-based one. This makes the production version of 2013 Pathfinder handle and ride more smoothly than its predecessor as well as get better fuel economy.
- 2013 Nissan Sentra: Officially, Nissan has released little information on its compact sedan, which competes against the Toyota Corolla, Honda Civic, and the Ford Focus. In reality, Nissan actually debuted the Sentra a couple of months ago, but the Asian model called the Sylphy. Full details on the American version have not been released, though it's scheduled to go on sale sometime in the fall.
- Nissan Rogue, Versa: New models of the crossover and compact hatchback are scheduled to be launched next year. No details have been release but expect them to be more fuel efficient than the current models.