Archive for September, 2019
2020 Nissan Pathfinder Pricing and Features
The 2020 model year is officially here, and with it comes the latest edition of the Nissan Pathfinder. The Pathfinder entered a new generation in 2013, and underwent a facelift in 2017. Therefore, updates to the model are minimal at this point, but the Pathfinder remains a popular option among drivers.
How Long Is a Child Car Seat Good For?
Did you know that child car seats expire? Well, they do, and if you’re a parent it’s important to keep this in mind as your child grows older. Many car seats these days are designed to fit children of multiple ages and sizes, as well as grow along with your child, but these car seats will still have an expiration date at some point.
2020 Nissan TITAN Engine Specs and Release Date
We can’t think of a better venue for Nissan’s latest model debut than Texas. Just recently, Nissan unveiled the 2020 TITAN right here in the Lone Star State, the perfect setting for the TITAN’s commanding new stance, dominating design and engine specs. We’ll go ahead and tell you what you have to look forward to as its release date approaches.
What’s New for the 2020 Nissan Altima
The Nissan Altima entered a whole new generation last year for 2019, so with the 2020 model year approaching, what can we expect as far as changes? Well, for the most part, the Altima will be a carryover for 2020, but there are some new changes for the model that drivers will want to know about if they are considering the sedan for their next vehicle purchase.
What Is the Meaning of the Nissan Name?
Have you ever heard a brand name and wondered where the name came from? In some cases, the name stems from the company’s founder, while in other cases the name is a completely made up word that just sounds cool. Yet, in other cases, there are some interesting origins behind the names of certain brands, and Nissan is one of them.
How Does Nissan Rank in Vehicle Satisfaction?
Any automotive manufacturer can say whatever they want about a vehicle. It could be one of the worst vehicles in the past 50 years, but that brand’s marketing department certainly won’t make it seem so. To ensure consumers get a clear picture of what vehicles stand above the rest, it’s important to rely on third-party automotive awards.