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New Z, Ariya, and More


There’s Nissan news from A to Z. Well, primarily A and Z. The electric Ariya and the sporty Z are the new babies for 2023, sitting at opposite ends of the motoring spectrum. The first is an upscale electric SUV and the second a raw, gas-burning, stick-shift, rear-drive tire spinner. Choose your fighter.

Elsewhere, the Leaf gets a refresh with some styling tweaks, new wheels, and a lineup trimmed from five choices to just two: base S and long-range SV Plus. The Altima gets interior and exterior revisions and new safety features. The Rogue and Frontier offer Midnight Editions with blacked-out wheels and trim. The Pathfinder can find more paths, with a rugged-looking Rock Creek Edition that has a suspension tuned for unpaved adventures. The carryover Maxima will soon be minimized, as 2023 is its last model year. The Rogue Sport meets its end, too.

The Versa and Sentra are due for a light refresh, while the GT-R, Titan, Murano, Armada, and Kicks all continue unchanged.

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