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Top State Court Upholds NYC Nissan Taxi

New York state's top appellate court upheld a plan to roll out as many as 10,000 Nissan NV200 taxis in the coming years, following four years of legal entanglements after Nissan won the contract.

NYC to Require NV200 Taxi Purchases in April

New York City's new Mayor Bill de Blasio has agreed to honor a previous agreement that makes Nissan's NV200 the exclusive taxi for the city, which will begin requiring operators to purchase the vehicle on April 20.

2014 Nissan NV200 Taxi

After taking a quick look around the Nissan NV200 taxi and contemplating the best driving scenario for it, I was struck with an idea — why not take this NYC cab to a L.A. Dodgers game.

Nissan's 2014 NV200 Taxi

Nissan's new NV200 taxi made its debut in New York City in late 2013 following a few regulatory bumps in the road, and is now widely available. The taxi arrives with NV200 guts, as well as added rear seating for four passengers, side windows, and a Lexan partition to shield drivers from rowdy revelers. Read our driving impressions of the 2014 NV200 Taxi here. Photos by Vince Taroc.

Nissan Releases More Specs for NV200 Taxi

Nissan has released additional specifications for its NV200 taxi that went into service in New York City in December amid legal controversy that it had been given preferential treatment by the city's taxi commission.

NYC Judge Nixes 'Taxi of Tomorrow' Deal

New York City's plan to have a uniform taxi fleet was squashed by a judge last week only weeks before Nissan was to deliver its first vehicles under the exclusive contract.

Nissan's NV200 Taxi Goes Into Production

Nissan’s “Taxi of Tomorrow,” the vehicle based on the company’s NV200, is set to arrive in October on the streets of New York City and is now in production at Nissan’s Cuernavaca, Mexico plant, according to the automaker.

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