Nissan We've Got One for You!

In recent years the Japanese manufacturer, Nissan Motor Company, has stepped up their game by adding more comfort, newer technology packages, and advanced safety features. Their vision of “enriching people’s lives” has become the motivation they needed as they continually work toward becoming a leader in the automotive industry when it comes to design and quality and these models are showing off their best work yet. At Mike Duman Auto Superstore, we have over twenty-three Nissan’s on our lot ready to test-drive ensuring you will find the exact vehicle you are in the market for.

A good, comfortable, family sedan can be hard to find, but, If you are in the market for one, the 2015 Nissan Altima has everything you could want plus some great extras. This midsize sedan offers excellent gas mileage for all those family road trips with twenty-seven mpg city and thirty-eight mpg highway making it one of the more fuel-efficient sedans on the market. It also comes equipped with a CD and MP3 player with a six-speaker surround sound system, all power controls, Bluetooth, and illuminated entry. The Altima boasts extras such as keyless entry and a push-button starter making this an easy get in and go vehicle.

The 2016 Nissan Maxima has come back in this year's model entirely redesigned and ready to go. Its all leather upholstery goes seamlessly with the sleek exterior design giving this Maxima a more sporty touch while still retaining its luxury feel. Interior features such as a sizeable eight-inch touchscreen display with GPS and backup camera, multiple USB ports in the front bin with extra space for even the largest cell phones on the market, add to complete the more high-end approach taken with this years model. Nissan did not stop there though; safety features such as active trace control which uses targeting breaking to keep the vehicle on the correct path, and active ride control which helps to slow the car down when making an abrupt stop or sharp turn, help to make this Maxima safer than ever.

The 2015 Nissan Murano has added more style and comfort to this years model with additions such as smooth and futuristic lines in the exterior design, extra interior room, and Nissan's zero-gravity seats, which provide support for the long road trips across the entire vehicle instead of just the front seats. The Murano also comes with technology extras like their eight-inch touchscreen with voice recognition, navigation, and HD radio added in with the standard Bluetooth phone and audio capability. Dual climate controls and heated seats help you and your passengers to stay comfortable along the way, and the fuel efficiency is better than the competitors for this crossover at twenty-four combined miles per gallon. Overall, when looking for an SUV with plenty of passenger and cargo room, as well as an easy to use design, the 2015 Nissan Murano is your crossover.

If you are looking for a sporty, competitively priced, safe and fuel-efficient smaller sedan, the 2014 Nissan Sentra is the way to go. The Sentra boasts an EPA estimated thirty miles per gallon city and thirty-nine miles per gallon highway and a safety rating of four stars overall in its crash tests. Nissan also upped their small sedan game by adding more headroom for taller drivers, as well as a midsize sedan feel in the back seat with more room than ever for all passengers. The 2014 Nissan Sentra now comes equipped with push-button start for a more modern design and added technology features such as a 5.8-inch touchscreen interface with smartphone integration, web search capability, and navigation system make it even more convenient to access whatever you may need with the touch of a button.


Still not sure what type of Nissan you would like to buy? At Mike Duman Automotive Superstore our experts are on hand and ready to assist you in your next vehicle purchase. Come down today and test drive one of the many Nissan models on our lot.


* Stock and availability are subject to change. The number of vehicles available reflects current inventory at the time this article was written.