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Find The Perfect Car in 2021

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

The new year is an excellent opportunity to get a fresh start in many ways. And if you're in the market for a new car, 2021 is the perfect time to look for a vehicle. The beginning of the new year brings an exciting lineup of vehicles from Nissan. The latest inventory has many great options that include some modifications to familiar favorites and models that you can choose from.

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Tips for Keeping Your Car Dependable

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Whether you have chosen to buy or lease your vehicle, a big part of why you bought it was probably because you felt like it was going to be reliable. It's no secret that reliability is a huge factor for many folks when they start shopping for their next car, truck, or SUV. After the paperwork is signed, the true indicator of whether a vehicle is going to be dependable is how well you treat it while you own it. Midway Nissan in Phoenix, AZ, is here with some tips from the service team on how you can keep…

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The Dawn of a New Era, The Nissan Ariya Concept

Just a few months ago, Nissan announced its Ariya Concept car at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show. The Ariya is an all-electric vehicle with a sporty and futuristic design. It turned heads at the auto show, and it's likely going to turn heads in the U.S. when it starts coming off the assembly line. At the time of the Auto Show, Nissan was not yet manufacturing the Ariya. They confirmed it would hit production very soon in 2020. With competition like the Leaf present in the electric car market, Nissan has some work to put into this vehicle…

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2015 Sentra Earns Top Safety Pick from IIHS

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The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has just announced that the 2015 Nissan Sentra has earned their coveted Top Safety Pick award. These awards are given to cars who go above and beyond in safety and earn their highest ratings. The 2015 Sentra earned the Institute’s top rating of “Good” in all five of the IIHS’ crash tests.

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