From January to September 2019, Nissan officially unveiled nine new and revised models in four segments of the car market.
They are sports cars, pickup trucks, two crossovers and a sedan.
Not all Nissan’s new products in 2019 belong to the mass segment. There are several exclusive models. Let’s start with them.
2020 Nissan 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition
A special edition sports car made its debut at the New York Auto Show in spring. Half a century ago the original Datsun 240Z was first introduced in that city.
The inspirer of the 370Z 50th Anniversary not only won many national SCCA championships, but, as one of Nissan’s top managers Ivan Espinosa tells, started the way of Japanese sports cars in the United States.
It was after the debut of the BRE 240Z in 1970, when Nissan became one of the most successful companies in American motorsport.
2020 Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition
The 50th Anniversary edition of the GT-R marks a truly great legacy of this lineup of Japanese sports cars. The special edition stands out with its sports livery – the same as the first GT-R – a “R34” model.
Inside the GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition uses a special gray interior color scheme giving luxury to the cabin. Unique options include a steering wheel, specific gear knob trim and embossed seats, Alcantara ceiling trim.
2020 Nissan GT-R Nismo
In the continuation of Nissan’s sports cars jubilees, the company introduced a new GT-R Nismo. Unlike the 50th Anniversary special editions, this new product is not burdened with exterior rare attributes.
However, from a technical point of view, the GT-R Nismo remains a specimen of fine engineering work.
2020 Nissan Juke
One of the most popular and original crossovers of the last decade does not need a special recommendation. It remains to note that the second-generation Juke is presented nine years after the release of the first-generation model.
People awaited the new Juke. The crossover is based on a modern modular platform. There is a package of Nissan’s latest safety technologies. A 117-horsepower 3-cylinder engine comes standard.
Will the 2020 Juke bring back the faded popularity? We’ll see.
2020 Nissan Navara
The Nissan Navara pickup truck has survived a generational change. A new six-speed manual gearbox, an upgraded suspension, front and rear disc brakes come standard now. The Intelligent Trailer Sway Assist system is worth attention. In general, the new Navara has great prospects.
2020 Nissan Roque Sport
The updated Rogue Sport gets a revised front facia and taillights, refreshed trim, updated base audio system and new options. The highlights are the ProPILOT Assist and Safety Shield 360. The Bose audio system with nine speakers is optional.
2020 Nissan Titan
One of the most powerful pickups on the market today, the full-sized Titan has undergone significant changes for 2020. The Safety Shield 360 all-round visibility system becomes standard, as well as a new 9-speed automatic transmission.
Besides, Nissan leaves excellent warranty terms – 5 years or 100,000 miles. The 2020 Nissan Titan is powered with a 5.6-liter 400- hp Endurance V8 gasoline engine.
2020 Nissan Titan XD
The Titan XD is an enhanced version of the Titan with better towing capability, greater payload and off-road performance. However, the Titan XD retains comfort and maneuverability of the base pickup. Nissan has already announced the launch of its sales in the United States.
2020 Nissan Versa
On the one hand, the new third-generation Nissan Versa sedan retains its democratic character and attracts a wide variety of customers. At the same time, technology becomes a top priority for the new model.
In particular, its equipment includes the Safety Shield 360 suite and adaptive cruise control.