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2014 New York Auto Show Live Photos – Nissan

We are publishing live photos taken from the NY auto show. Here is the Nissan section.

Please click at each thumbnail to see the full image.

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Amazon starts to tap in the car sales business (updated 4/14)

Previously we have heard the news that Amazon sold some Nissan Versa Notes, which were shipped to the buyers’ residence in a giant Amazon box.


Now here comes another opportunity that you can buy another Nissan vehicle through Amazon’s help, and get a $1,000 gift card.

This time is the 2014 Nissan Rogue. Amazon act as a lead generator: you use Amazon to notify your local dealership your purchase intention, and you go through all the back and forth negotiation, buy or lease the Rogue (you need to do this within 14 days after you submitting your info through Finally the $1,000 Amazon gift card will arrive in your mail box.


However you need to be act...

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The most simplest recall ever

When we are talking about a recall of a specific car model, in our impression it is usually something like: you receive a notice in the mail, then you bring your car to the dealership; you get a loaner car while they are working on your vehicle, after several hours or several days you get your fixed car back.

Some recalls may be very complicated, for example recently Porsche is recalling 785 of its 2014 911 GT3 to replace the whole engine. But have you thought of a recall that you will DIY, and you can even complete it within 1 minute? Now this is what 468 of the Infiniti QX80 owners will face with.

According to Nissan USA, some of the 2014 model year Infiniti QX80 equipp...

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Are your car’s parts overpriced?

If your car is totaled and you need to take care of it yourself, do not sell the whole car to the junk yard. To make the most of money out of it, you should disassemble the car into different parts (for example engine, transmission, wheels, interior panels, stereos etc.), and sell them seperately. The total money you get from selling these parts will be way more than you selling the car as a whole.

If you have doubt, you can find out all the part numbers related to your car, and go to the dealership to check each parts’ individual price. Then you add them together, and you will find the total sum will be much higher than your car’s MSRP.

So here comes the term of parts-w...

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List: Cars whose engine and transmission are not bolted together

Nowadays, cars usually have their engine bolted to transmission together directly, because it is easy to implement and saves costs. For some sports cars which seek to have a better weight distribution, the engine and transmission are located in different section of the car body, therefore requires an extra solid torque tube to connect them. This is an exotic design, for example, the below image shows the LFA’s torque tube.


But please do not misunderstand that this is a requirement for a good sports car...

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