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Nissan Z Racing Concept for Fuji 24-Hour Race Unveiled

Nissan Z Racing Concept for Fuji 24-Hour Race UnveiledNissan has just announced the introduction of two new concept vehicles that are designed specifically for the Fuji 24-hour race.

The two new vehicles are called the Z Racing Concept 230 and 244. Both cars feature a variety of innovative design features that are sure to make them competitive on the racetrack. Fans of racing can expect to see these concepts in action at Fuji. 

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Nissan to Invest $17.6 Billion Over Next 5 Years on Battery-Powered Vehicles

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Over the next five years, Nissan will be investing $17.6 billion in its battery-powered lineup. It is expected that 15 new electric models are going to be released by the year 2030. Nissan is hoping to change their lineup to be 50 percent electric in the same time frame. This plan includes the use of both hybrids and other electric models.

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How Nissan is Changing

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Nissan is making some changes this year, intending to make it a more appealing choice among auto shoppers than ever before. Like many car manufacturers, Nissan is making some changes to recover from a challenging year economically. Now, you can choose from even more Nissan vehicles than ever. 

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

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If you're used to just jumping in the car and running errands, commuting, or going on a weekend getaway, you might take its dependability for granted. However, when something goes wrong, you quickly realize how important it is to have a vehicle that you can depend and rely on. Many car owners are surprised to learn that much of a car's reliability depends on their actions.

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PB&J Christmas Tree Program Returns to Reliable Nissan

Every child deserves to experience the joy of receiving something special on Christmas morning, and it breaks our hearts to know that there are families out there who have to decide between paying for basic necessities and buying gifts. That’s why our team participates in the PB&J Family Services Christmas Tree Program. Click "Read more" to continue.

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