2003 Nissan 350z Base Coupe 2-door 3.5l on 2040-cars
Bowdoinham, Maine, United States
Selling my red Nissan 350z 6 speed with 148,ooo miles on the car only issues are a little piece of the front bumper came off due to having the car towed and it scrapped, other issue passenger side door lock is stuck easy fix. The car runs great no nocks very smooth shifting gears no dents, there's some runst on rear well not ver noticeable, the car has wires all ready to be hooked up to subwoofers, also have ipod/ipad touch screen player. Sticker ran out in June. Needs no work. I want 6500 that's the cheapest on ebay.
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Nissan settles with FTC over misleading dune buggy ad [w/videos]Fri, 24 Jan 2014
A couple years ago, Nissan created a series of commercials for its compact Frontier pickup showing the truck performing outlandish stunts such as snowboarding, saving a passenger airplane from a crash landing and climbing a steep sand dune to help a stranded dune buggy. As crazy as the first two commercials were, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) took issue with the latter, titled Hill Climb, with the agency considering it to be a misleading commercial since both vehicles required a cable to reach the top of the steep dune.
As such, Ad Age is reporting that Nissan - and its ad agency TBWA Worldwide - has settled with the FTC over the ad despite the fact that it features a disclaimer stating: "Fictionalization. Do not attempt." Nissan did not have to pay out any money in the settlement, but it is prohibited "from using potentially misleading demonstrations in future advertisements for pickups." In addition to the offending commercial, posted below, we've included some of the other related videos from the same Frontier campaign.
Nissan NV200 TaxiThu, 21 Aug 2014
"You're a long way from home!"
When I signed up to drive a pre-production version of the Nissan NV200 Taxi, I expected to have a higher-than-normal level of interaction with the public at large. However, while I was hoping for unsuspecting Ann Arborites to perhaps hail me down, or maybe even get a hop-in when stopped at an intersection, I didn't really think I'd be hassled in parking lots so much. And yet, almost as if all of the Dad-Joke energy in the universe was drawn to my tall, yellow ride, seemingly everywhere I parked I heard some iteration of the phrase above.
Har har, guys.
Nissan's Carlos Ghosn taps the brakes on autonomous car progressFri, 18 Jul 2014
"Self-driving cars remain a long way from commercial reality."
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn shocked the automotive industry last year when he announced that his company plans to offer consumers an autonomous car by 2020. The automaker even showed off its self-driving Leaf prototype as proof. He was bolder recently with the pronouncement that select markets could have them in 2018, if laws allowed. The boss' optimism appears to be waning, though, and he's now sounding a lot more conservative about the future. While driverless vehicles are still on the way, Ghosn is hedging his bets with a more gradual implementation of several systems.