Yesterday, Nissan unveiled two of its latest models, Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner and 2015 Versa Note SR, at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show. The two models made a promising appearance with their exclusive offerings.

Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner

Frontier Diesel Runner

Nissan Frontier Diesel Runner features a 2.8 liter 4-cylinder Cummins turbo diesel engine that astounds you with sheer power and performance. The engine powers your truck with an approximate 200hp and almost 350 pound-feet of torque. The Frontier Diesel supersedes its predecessor with an estimated 35% increase in fuel economy. The vehicle offers enhanced aerodynamics and some decent modifications on the exterior. Supporting the drivetrain are its 16inch wheels similar to the Frontier Pro-4x painted in a contrast of two colors – Arrest Me Red for the back wheels and Silver for the front.

Its interior complements the exterior with carbon-trimmed leather seats and a red and silver accent throughout the interior.

2015 Versa Note SR

2014 Nissan Versa Note Hatchback - Exterior

The 2015 Versa Note SR supersedes the former Versa Note introduced in 2013. The vehicle embodies premium features and exquisite styling. It has got an improved exterior design including a prominent fascia and an aggressive grille, accompanied with standard fog lights having black and chrome accents, and dark treated headlights eventually giving the 2015 Versa a sporty appearance.

Powering the stylish model is a standard 1.6 liter DOHC 4-cylinder engine backed with dual fuel injection and Twin CVTC, generating 109hp at 6000 rpm and 107 pound-feet of torque at 4,400 rpm. To give you smoother performance, 2015 Versa Note equips the Nissan Xtronic Transmission and a front-wheel-drive suspension. The vehicle also gives you a fuel-efficient ride estimated around 40mpg and 35mpg for the highway and the city respectively.
The interior gets an attractive upgrade of 370Z-inspired leather-wrapped steering wheel, piano black center instrument panel, seats with an orange accent to give a sporty impression, and Euro-inspired Fine Vision triple-dial gauge cluster with floating trip computer.

Prices for both the models have not yet been confirmed, however, the new models are highly anticipated in the North American market.


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