If you’ve ever been to Alaska you’d know that it’s the closest thing to the frontier we have left in these good ‘ol 50 states. Thus, when you go out to your local grocery store to pick up some fish filets, don’t be surprised when you come back to find a aerie of bald eagles surrounding your vehicle looking for a free meal.
In the United States, between 1957 and 1988, we had two car-based pickup hybrids, the Chevrolet El Camino and the Ford Ranchero. (Arguably four, if you include the Dodge Rampage and the VW Caddy). They’re almost universally regarded as – as Rick Miller from Southern Culture on the Skids says – “the mullet of the muscle car world.” But in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, utes – the same car-based truck formula – caught on and have consistently found an audience since the 1930s.
While Toyota and Honda may be content to roll out a full product line devoid of a true sportscar, you can always count on Nissan for Japanese performance. Long the purveyor of the much-loved sportscars such as the GT-R and the Z, Nissan has always kept us satisfied. While the GT-R may be just out of many enthusiasts’ price range, the 370Z is an incredibly attractive proposition, and the Nismo 370Z is the most fetching of them all. The 2014 Nissan 370Z Nismo is the latest manifestation of Nissan’s performance tuning division– and it is coming soon.
BoldRide fully understands that there are enthusiasts, and people who look at their cars like they do any other household appliance. In recent years, many manufacturers have gone over and above to make cars that were once excruciatingly dull a lot more interesting. Yet, there are still a handful that you’ll have to stifle a yawn to look at in the driveway
We’ve all been waiting patiently for the latest and greatest Nissan GT-R. Set to arrive near the 2017-2018 model year, the updated “Godzilla” will have some heavy shoes to fill after nearly six years of Nissan supercar perfection.
We’ll be the first to admit, we had never heard of plasti-dipping a car before the folks at Hooniverse brought it to our attention. The best description we can come up with is that it is a lower-cost alternative to matte paint finishes. Also, unlike matte finishes, it sounds like you can do it from the comfort of your own garage. This is how to do it to a Nissan GT-R.
Nissan’s venerable Nismo performance division has long been the source for all things sexy Japanese performance. Toughening up the sometimes bland Nissan lineup, the group has delivered tasteful yet potent performance upgrades since 1984.
We took a trip on down to South Beach to take part in one of the Southeast’s fastest growing tuner events; Nurotag. Created by the co-founder of the now-famed goldRush Rally, Abel Garcia, the event has grown to incorporate not only cars, but also fashion, art, music and, of course, girls.
We’re all familiar with the famous automotive abbreviations, such as SS or GT. The best examples of these project power and beauty, all in two-to-three letters. Ever since the muscle car era, American motorists have fallen in love with performance cars that are denoted by abbreviation. This has its pros and cons.
Just when you thought this was the worst thing ever, this Nissan Murano Cross Cabriolet with 30-inch rims ought to diminish any lingering hope you had for society. So terrible.
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