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2018 Nissan LEAF and ProPILOT Assist provide safety as well as cut costs

Electric vehicles help us in many ways, from saving on the cost of gas to protecting our environment, but there is nothing to say they cannot be safe and fun to drive. The 2018 Nissan LEAF will arrive at the start of the year and is being praised for its look and its technology.

The 2018 Nissan LEAF is the first step in the company's relaunch of its EV platform with a bigger motor and battery capacity coming in 2019. With its 150mile-per-charge driving range, the 2018 LEAF can already make it to Atlanta from Savannah on just two…

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Nissan Vehicles now connect with a request to Alexa

Amazon is adding to its over-25,000 voice-operated Alexa services by connecting to Nissan through the NissanConnect Services.

Now from the comfort of home, Amazon Alexa owners can use voice commands to lock or unlock the vehicle, honk the horn, flash the lights and start and stop the engine. The technology works with both 2017 and 2018 Nissan vehicles equipped with telematics.

 

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Searching for Affordable Luxury with Power?

If you have a certain budget in mind, or you simply enjoy a great deal, consider the Nissan Maxima that is capable of up to 30 mpg highway while providing 300 horsepower, plus it features an impressive Drive Mode Selector so you can get the most out of your drive.

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Nissan Altima and Murano Models Top Their Segments in J.D. Power Study

Recently, it was announced that the Nissan Altima sedan and Murano SUV both landed at the top of their segments in the J.D. Power Automotive Performance, Execution and Layout (APEAL) Study. The Altima led the Midsize Car segment, while the Murano won the Midsize SUV segment. In addition, the Maxima, Rogue and TITAN all finished second in their respective segments of Large Car, Compact SUV and Large Light Duty Pickup.

 

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What Goes in a Roadside Emergency Kit?

 

 

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Your vehicle doesn't have to be visibly falling apart for it to break down on the side of the road. In fact, your car could be in pristine condition.

The truth is that while internal problems can sometimes be the cause of breakdowns, the more likely reasons are things like batteries that die because you accidentally left the headlights on or tires that go flat because you ran over a nail -- things that aren't necessarily pre-existing issues or even really in your control…

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There's More Reasons than One to Choose the 2017 Nissan Maxima

When it comes to shopping for a new sedan, our team recommends putting the 2017 Nissan Maxima at the top of your list. Competitively priced and stocked full of great features, this sophisticated sedan makes nary a compromise when it comes to good looks and performance. Don't just take our word for it though. To get the inside scoop on what makes the 2017 Nissan Maxima such a great pick, check out the video below...

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Tire Rotation Patterns

When you come to us at Grainger Nissan in Savannah, GA, there are different rotations that can take place for your vehicle’s tires. The first one is the basic front to back type. This simply consists of taking the front tire from the passenger side and swapping it with the rear tire on the same side. The same goes for the driver's side of the vehicle...

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