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2004 Nissan Armada Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Nissan's Armada has bold exterior styling that draws second glances everywhere it goes. Thanks to its huge size and powerful engine, the Armada is Japan's first serious attempt at unseating Detroit as King of SUV Land. With loads of seating and storage space, the Nissan Armada is a roomy, comfortable SUV that comes packed with nice features. Its only downside is a choppy, bouncy ride. Read More »

2005 Nissan Altima SE-R Mid-Size Sports Sedan

Nissan's high-performance Altima SE-R has a more aggressive front end, painted brake calipers and rear spoiler to make it stand out from the average Altima. Extra power and firmer handling make this car a blast to drive, despite its front-wheel-drive configuration. A gauge pod mounts to the steering column in Nissan's Altima SE-R, which lets the gauges move up and down with the steering wheel to provide an optimum view from any angle. This feature is pulled directly from the 350Z sports car, and it's one of several unique bits that make the SE-R's interior different from the regular Altima. Read More »

2005 Nissan 350Z Roadster Sports Car

For info box: An electrically operated convertible top stows neatly beneath a snazzy hard cover on the ragtop version of Nissan's hot 350Z. It shares most parts with the Z coupe, including its howling V6 engine that makes nearly 290 horsepower. The Z's edgy styling extends to its interior, which has a perplexing mix of luxury and simplicity. While it offers some very fancy optional equipment, like a navigation system and complex trip computer, it doesn't even have some basics like a glove box. Read More »

2005 Nissan Pathfinder Mid-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

Nissan's all-new Pathfinder shares an obvious family resemblance with the Titan pickup and Armada SUV, making it clear that the Pathfinder is designed for rugged off-road performance. A new third-row seat makes the Pathfinder more suitable for families than the previous generation, although it held onto its off-road roots. Read More »

2005 Nissan Maxima Full-Size Sedan

Nissan crafts their four-door flagship under the badge of Maxima. It looks crisp with curvaceous lines but also has flat surfaces and chiseled corners with an overall effect that seems both sensuous and also muscular suggesting power and speed.

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2005 Nissan 350Z Compact Hatchback Coupe and Convertible

Nissan's Z-car returned to the North American market in 2003 as a slinky two-door hatchback coupe with sport-tuned hardware for serious performance. A year later, a convertible roadster variation emerged. Both appear in Nissan's car class of 2005. All stock a 3.5-liter V6 churning with 287-hp when teamed with a 6-speed manual transmission.

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2005 Nissan Titan Full-Size Pickup Truck

Nissan's big truck stands high and stretches long, with a big box in back drawn out for six feet and seven inches. Power stems from the Endurance V8, Titan's all-aluminum engine displacing 5.6-liters and producing 305-hp plus truck-hauling torque.

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2005 Nissan Armada Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

The big idea behind Nissan's full-size SUV is big-time space in a big vehicle with overwhelming power. The cabin is configured in three rows of seats with fold-flat benches on tiers two and three or optional captain's chairs in place of a second-row bench.

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2005 Nissan Quest Minvan

Quest breaks the mold of a typical minivan's crate-on-wheels design due to a format that stretches long, but slinks low. It has the longest wheelbase in class to forge a five-door passenger compartment with considerable space inside arranged in an artful manner.

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2005 Nissan Frontier Compact Pickup Truck

Nissan's compact-class Frontier pops up in 2005 on a new boxed-rail platform that stretches the wheelbase and forges a bigger body. The new models mark a third generation of designs for Frontier, with sheetmetal that incorporates styling points from the larger Titan, such as angled struts in the grille, crimped overhangs fore and aft plus fender flares in bold geometric patterns.

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