The Nissan Leaf was initially presented in 2010, making it among the oldest designs among the existing crop of electrical cars, and its owning range (107 miles, after a current upgrade) isn't competitive against new models such as the Chevrolet Bolt EV, which can more than double that range, or the hazard of the $35,000 Tesla Model 3. To date, Nissan has actually offered more than 100,000 Leafs in the United States, but it was outsold here in 2016 by both the Tesla Model S and the Model X, which is somewhat awkward considering the Teslas' far higher sticker prices.
Compact crossover class is finding boosts for 2018. In that year, we will see new Audi Q3, BMW X3 and VW Tiguan. Nevertheless, Nissan prepares their response in this segment. We are sure that 2018 Nissan X-trail will not be late, and much behind talked about models. With boosts all over the vehicle, we can anticipate it fresh and up to date. Interest is on all parts, so changes are coming inside the crossover, outside and under the hood. We are positive that X-trail is going to borrow some parts from other Nissan and Infiniti SUVs. This tends to make prediction much easier, because there is no official info about the vehicle.
The 2018 Nissan Pathfinder is heading to produce a blast on a market, which is genuine proof of reputation of this vehicle. This SUV brings anything new and improved comparing to earlier models, with new technology and modified design. The new styling will hold the familiar and classic look. On the other hand, interior parts are going to be updated with much more space and bigger cabin. Although, the most changes come for an engine, greater than in its last version. There are lots of features which makes this crossover more than an interesting vehicle for SUV lovers.