Buyer's Guide


Nissan's bold lineup mixes budget-conscious vehicles such as the Altima and Rogue with enthusiast favorites including Z cars and the GT-R supercar. The electric Nissan Leaf Plus is no Tesla Model 3, but it's an adequate affordable EV.


Least Expensive: Like many subcompacts, the Nissan Versa trades economy for many of the creature comforts found in pricier vehicles. However, the Versa does include generous feature content, a huge trunk, and a spacious back seat, all for a starting price under $16,000.


Sportiest: The all-wheel-drive Nissan GT-R Nismo is the company's sportiest offering with a twin-turbocharged V-6 cranking out 600 hp. The GT-R is a little long in the tooth, though, and we're hoping to see a redesigned one sometime soon. In the meantime, the next Z should hold us over for a short while.

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