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Nissan, a major player in the automotive industry, offers a wide array of vehicles including the all-electric Leaf hatchback and the full-size Titan pickup, complemented by its luxury division, Infiniti. Originating in Japan in 1933 and initially selling under the Datsun brand, Nissan gained popularity with models like the Datsun 510 sedan and the 240Z sports car in the 1970s. In the 1980s, the company transitioned to the Nissan brand and introduced Nismo, its performance division. The 1990s saw initial successes with models like the 300ZX wane, leading to a range of less remarkable vehicles. A resurgence occurred in the early 2000s, driven by an alliance with Renault, revitalizing the brand with redesigned models and new introductions such as the 350Z, Armada SUV, and Titan pickup. Nissan's current lineup spans SUVs like the Kicks, Rogue, and Armada; sedans such as the Versa and Altima; and sports cars including the 370Z and GT-R. The truck segment features the Frontier, Titan, and Titan XD. Nissan's pioneering role in electric vehicles, highlighted by the Leaf and Ariya SUV, underscores its innovation focus. Despite some reliability issues with models like the Frontier and Pathfinder, Nissan is known for strong performance and fuel economy, largely due to its use of continuously variable transmissions, maintaining its reputation as a significant automotive manufacturer.

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