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Nissan's e-4ORCE Expands Electric Vehicle Performance Capability

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Nissan is elevating the performance capability of electric vehicles with its brand new twin-motor all-wheel-control technology called e-4ORCE. The technology’s goal is to provide instant torque to all four wheels thereby delivering balanced, predictable power and handling that is on par with many premium sports cars.

 

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Nissan Versa, Rogue, and Rogue Sport Named Consumer Guide Best Buy Awards

 


Exciting news for Nissan fans! Consumer Guide has announced that the Nissan Rogue, Rogue Sport and all-new 2020 Nissan Versa as winners in its annual Automotive Best Buy Awards. This is the first win for the all-new 2020 Nissan Versa. The Rogue has received this recognition for the 6th consecutive year and Rogue Sport has earned its third consecutive award.

Consumer Guide chooses its winners by evaluating over 150 new vehicles sold in the United States, selecting only the top vehicles in each class as Best Buys. In addition to objective ratings, a vehicle must also be “a good dollar…

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Nissan Redesigns 2020 Sentra

 


Nissan recently unveiled its all-new 2020 Nissan Sentra, and in doing so, celebrated the reinvention of the company's best-selling U.S. model of all time. The 2020 Sentra transforms the storied nameplate into a head-turning compact sedan with class-leading interior refinement, standard Safety Shield 360, seamless connectivity and fun-to-drive performance. This updated Sentra completes Nissan's redesigned sedan lineup– following major updates to Versa, Altima, and Maxima over the past two years.

Originally introduced for the 1982 model year, the eighth-generation Sentra is built on a new platform that provides greatly improved proportions and stance. The 2020 Sentra sits…

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New 2020 Nissan TITAN XD

 


Following the launch of the redesigned 2020 Nissan TITAN, the powerful 2020 TITAN XD takes its turn in the spotlight with a full slate of upgrades and enhancements. The new TITAN XD shares many of the new features and technologies with the TITAN, but is built on a unique reinforced, fully boxed, full-length ladder frame. It also features sturdy braking provided by a 4-wheel disc system featuring substantial rear ventilated discs with hydraulic power assist.

The new 2020 TITAN XD offers confident towing and hauling that is usually able to be done by larger, more-expensive heavy-duty trucks, while still providing…

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10 Tips for Parents with Child Passengers

 


Did you know that September is National Child Passenger Safety Awareness Month? Nissan has 10 child passenger safety tips for drivers transporting little ones. 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), car crashes are a leading cause of death for children ages one to 13. Many of these deaths could be prevented with the proper use of child restraint systems or child safety seats.

Here are the top 10 tips for parents with child passengers.

Check your child’s fit to seat annually: routinely check your child’s car seat to confirm it still fits the child…

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Nissan Takes Home Most Wins in AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards

 


Nissan continues to reign as the most winning brand because, for the third straight year, Nissan has scored more best-in-class wins than any other brand in the annual AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards (VSA). The Nissan Murano dominates the Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV category with fifth consecutive crown. In addition, the Nissan Maxima has won for the fourth time in a row in the Luxury Mid-Size Car category. They are joined by the Rogue and Altima which have won for Premium Mid-Size Crossover SUV and Mid-Size Car categories respectively. Finally the Armada was on the list of "most satisfying" vehicles and…

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Nissan Maxima Ranked Top Large Car in J.D. Power 2019 APEAL Study

 


Exciting news for Nissan Maxima lovers. The 2019 Maxima was recently named the top ranked vehicle in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study Large Car segment for the second year in a row. What’s even more incredible is that this particular award follows Maxima's top ranking in the 2019 U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS) Large Car segment. This makes the Maxima one of only seven vehicles to earn both awards for this year.

Nissan's strength in offering great sedan choices continues with the Nissan Altima. The Altima tied…

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Nissan TITAN Named Top "Large Light Duty Pickup" in J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Initial Quality Study

 


Nissan’s dedication to new vehicle quality showed recently in the J.D. Power 2019 U.S. Initial Quality Study (IQS), which was led by the Nissan TITAN. The TITAN was ranked as the best performer in the "Large Light Duty Pickup" segment.

In addition, overall Nissan performed better than the industry average for the fourth consecutive year.

To get these scores, J.D. Power measures initial quality by the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles during the first 90 days of ownership, with a lower score reflecting higher quality.

"It is rewarding to see Nissan's continuous improvement…

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Sedans Are Popular with Millenials

 


According to a survey of American car owners commissioned by Nissan, sedans are still desirable. Among those who responded overall who don't currently own a sedan, 78% would consider buying one, and younger respondents reported an even higher affinity for the sedan body style.

Matter of fact, 86% of those 18-34 years old who don't own a sedan would consider buying one now or in the future. The same is true for 81% of those age 35-50. Overall, sedan owners in the United States are just as satisfied with their cars (89%) as non-sedan owners (88%). One of…

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Nissan Kicks Named One of 10 Best Interiors According to WardsAuto

 


The Nissan Kicks has some strong inside game as it was named to have one of the best interiors, according to WardsAuto.

WardsAuto evaluated 32 vehicles that had new or significantly redesigned interiors, and the Kicks stood out for a number of reasons, including having the lowest price-as-tested MSRP of the entire field.

The panel of eight WardsAuto editors also acknowledged Kicks for its high quality stitching and soft surfaces on the instrument panel "befitting a more expensive vehicle." In addition, they found that its available Intelligent Around View® Monitor, was "handy in tight spots and which used to be…

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