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First Nissan Taxi Sold in New York City is Picking up Fares

The first person to buy the Nissan NV200T, a taxi designed specifically for New York City, was medallion owner Ranjit Singh. He has been a taxi cab driver in NYC for 12 years now.

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The Ginza Circuit

For the launch of "New York Week" at Ginza's Matsuya Department store, we discover what three-time Formula One world champion Sebastian Vettel and the new NV200 New York "Taxi of Tomorrow" have in common.

VIDEO REPORT: New York City Taxi Drivers and Fleet Owners Weigh-in on Final Taxi of Tomorrow Prototype

NYC Taxi Drivers, Fleet Owners Weigh-in on Nissan Prototype

New York City's Taxi of Tomorrow vision is about to be realized in just a few months, as this fall the all-new and completely redesigned taxis are due on city streets.

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Nissan, New York City Launch LEAF Electric Vehicle Taxi Pilot

To celebrate Earth Day, Nissan and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg launched a new EV taxi pilot with Nissan LEAF.

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Taxi of Tomorrow Today

NV200 Mobility Taxi made its New York International Auto Show debut, a wheelchair accessible version of the Nissan NV200 Taxi, available as part of Nissan's "Taxi of Tomorrow" program this fall.

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NYC Taxi of Tomorrow Takes to Manhattan Streets for Milestone Evaluation

Two years ago Nissan won a bid to redesign and supply New York City’s Taxi of Tomorrow. Since then the company has been focused on perfecting the vehicle for passengers, drivers, medallion holders and fleets.

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Bold New Path

Nissan's newest model coming to dealer showrooms soon is the all-new, completely re-imagined Pathfinder. It was revealed in New York City this week to offer consumers, and media, an up close look at the new SUV, inside and out.

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Taxi’s Global Roadshow Makes Japan Stop

Nissan’s Taxi of Tomorrow, New York City’s next-generation cab, visited the Yokohama headquarters Tuesday, taking Japanese media for a spin.

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