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If you closely follow our release, you would notice that we have already covered the 2021 models by Nissan, but in a few short months since our release, the Japanese brand debuted yet another batch of newcomers. So today we will be talking about the Nissan 2021.5 lineup that is bursting of all-new crossovers and SUVs.
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Do not forget that this video is a part of our series about 2021 lineups from the world’s largest automakers. Watch the rest of the episodes here:
#1 2022 Nissan Frontier
Largely unchanged for 16 years, the 2022 Nissan Frontier finally catches up with the modern mid-size pickup truck party. The bodywork, lighting, interior, safety and technology suites are all-new. The platform is still the one from the 2000s, but the suspension system gets revised.
#2 2022 Nissan Qashqai
Though still a member of the compact crossover class, the 3rd generation Nissan Qashqai grows across all dimensions, gaining an inch in height and almost 1.5 in width and length. Thanks to a larger V-Motion grille and slim LED headlights, its front end now looks shaper and more modern.
#3 2022 Nissan Pathfinder: nissanusa.com/vehicles/future-concept/2022-pathfinder.html
Despite the compulsion of switching from body on frame to unibody construction from generation to generation, in its fifth incarnation the Pathfinder remains a family crossover.
#4 2021 Nissan Kicks
Revealed during the same online event as the Nissan Armada, the US-market Kicks follows in the footsteps of the global model, though unfortunately, it does not get its e-power hybrid drivetrain.
#5 2021 Nissan Armada
Just as anticipated, the North American Nissan Armada arrives in 2021 with a fresher exterior, more high-end interior, and a boosted V8 engine.
#6 2021 Nissan e-NV200 Winter Camper
The NV200 as well its electric sibling is a popular platform for camping conversions, and the Japanese brand even offers a factory-made Camper Technology Luxury Kit on the European market. This time, however, the company decided to showcase the electric van’s RVing capability in unfavorable winter environments.
#7 2021 Nissan Ariya
Despite the success story of Nissan’s original electric vehicles, they were often blamed for stalling the EV progress due to the controversial looks and low specifications. The Ariya crossover on the other hand, is expected to build a new image for the Japanese brand.
#8 2021 Nissan Note
2021 Nissan Note not only undergoes a complete exterior overhaul, but also shifts to a newly developed platform. The latter allows the car to be equipped with the second-generation e-POWER hybrid drivetrain, which offers increased torque, quieter operation and smoother acceleration.
#9 2022 Nissan NV300 Combi
That aggressive new front fascia Nissan has been slapping onto the latest SUVs has finally made it to the Nissan NV300 Combi. The interlock grille is decorated with new LED headlights and DRLs, plus the selection of optional wheel designs now includes 17 inchers.
#10 2021 Nissan JUKE ENIGMA
Already on sale in some European countries, 2021 Nissan Juke Enigma special edition refines the subcompact’s exterior styling and standard technologies.