A grey Nissan Xterra off-roading in the desert.
Trucks & SUVs

How Reliable is the 2015 Nissan Xterra?

It’s been five years since Nissan officially got rid of the Xterra and we’re still pretty bummed about it. Sure, the Xterra had its flaws but its rugged charm and performance capabilities made it one of the more compelling options in the SUV market. Since the only way to get the Xterra is to buy …

2019 Nissan Armada is on display at the 111th Annual Chicago Auto Show
Trucks & SUVs

How Safe Is the Nissan Armada?

Safety is a top priority for drivers, so carmakers are on a constant quest to make their vehicles safer. According to U.S. News, the Nissan Armada is packed with safety features. However, the 2020 Nissan Armada hasn’t been fully tested for safety yet by the IIHS, and the NHTSA only gave it four out of …

2020 Ram ProMaster in Motion
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Nissan NV vs. Dodge ProMaster

The Ram ProMaster and the Nissan NV are both mainstream options for large cargo vans. Though many seem to prefer other vans like the Ford Transit and the Mercedes Sprinter, there are a few other options out there. Both the Nissan and Ram offerings to the segment have strengths and weaknesses. There are compelling reasons …

Bins of classic car parts at a classic car show
Tips, Tricks & Trends

Can You Still Get Classic Car Parts?

Vintage and classic cars’ styling isn’t the only thing that can make them more appealing than modern vehicles. Their simpler designs typically make for more straightforward maintenance. Provided, of course, you can get classic car parts. Luckily, thanks to the Internet, new technology, loyal fanbases, and rising auction values, finding these parts has gotten significantly …

2020 Chevy silverado single cab dually
Trucks & SUVs

In 2020 Regular Cab Pickups Have Almost No Sales

The buying public has lost any interest in regular-cab pickups. Almost 85% of pickup sales are crew-cabs in 2020. In Canada, it’s almost 90%. When it comes to extended-cab pickups they’re selling at 14% of total sales. Regular-cabs amount to about three percent. In Canada, it’s down to one percent. Those regular-cab sales are bought …