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Friday
Jan282011

Nissan to display concepts at Canadian International Auto Show


Nissan Canada has a lot in store for Canadians at this year's Canadian International Auto Show. The automaker will have on display new production vehicles as well as future concepts, which may come down the pipeline.

The all new Nissan Quest Minivan, Leaf electric vehicle, 2500 NV commercial truck, 370Z Nismo and 2012 GT-R Black Edition will be on display in Toronto. The Nissan Ellure concept car will provide insight into possible future design direction for the automaker.

Click here for more information on the Quest Minivan and the Ellure concept.

The all new Quest will go on sale later this year at dealerships across the country to do battle with the newly redesigned Toyota Sienna and Honda Odyssey. The vehicle is powered by Nissan’s 3.5 litre V6 producing 260 hp and is mated to a CVT transmission. The CVT improves mileage by 10% in city driving and 4% with highway driving. The Quest is capable of seating 7 passengers, however, the third row can fold right into the floor for a flat surface.

The Ellure Concept is a preview of future Nissan sedans. Power is supplied by a hybrid powertrain that features a 2.5 litre inline four cylinder and a 25 kilowatt electric motor. The power is routed through Nissan’s familiar Xtronic CVT transmission.

Make your way to the Nissan display at the Canadian International Auto Show to check out all the new vehicles from Nissan.

[Sourece:Auto123]

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