Nissan Awards

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nissan was today named as the "Best Car Lineup" in Newsweek magazine and digital publications' inaugural Newsweek Auto Awards. This honor was given to Nissan after extensive evaluations, which included usage of the vehicle's features, measuring specifications, and thorough driving activities.

"Nissan's car lineup continues to offer sedan buyers a lot of what they are looking for. Versa, Sentra, Altima, LEAF and Maxima are high-quality models with budget-friendly price tags and an impressive roster of standard and available safety and driver-assist features," explained Eileen Falkenberg-Hull, senior editor, Autos, Newsweek.

Vehicles considered for this "Best Car Lineup" award were ranked by category, with features and specifications points making up 75 percent of the score. The other 25 percent was based on driving impressions. The vehicle scores were averaged to come up with a product line score. That score was used to determine the winner.

"It's an honor to be recognized as a brand and especially for our vibrant Nissan sedans and pioneering LEAF EV," said Michael Colleran, senior vice president, Nissan U.S. and Marketing and Sales. "The Newsweek Auto Awards' emphasis on vehicle content reinforces our goal to pack every one of our models with the highest levels of family comfort and convenience features, driver-assistance and safety technologies and thrilling performance at attainable prices."

The print version of the auto awards story will be available on newsstands Nov. 12, 2021.

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