The new 2020 Nissan Altima is engineered for perfection and performance. Its safety features and technology will inspire confidence in every Nissan owner. In fact, with features like the Nissan Intelligent Mobility and Automatic Emergency Braking, you have safety on all sides. Here is a brief look at its main safety and technology features.

Nissan Intelligent Mobility

This particular safety feature monitors the front, rear, and sides for the driver. This ensures a safe drive, and it also keeps you out of trouble at all times....continue reading

In the midsize sedan segment, Toyota Camry and Nissan Altima have been launched to lure buyers in America. While the midsize sedans offer some common features such as hybrid or turbocharged V6 engine with spacious leg space, enhanced safety options, and good looks, the sedan segment is facing some tough competition from the SUVs segment. As of now, in the fight between Nissan Altima vs Toyota Camry, powerful performance and comfort remain the central themes.

When Altima and Camry Lock Horns

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The Nissan LEAF is Nissan's entry into the eco-friendly car market. An environment-friendly green car, the Nissan LEAF is a hatchback that delivers powerful performance and smooth navigation around the city. If you live in Emmaus, Allentown or Easton, then a Nissan LEAF could be just the electric vehicle you were looking for, if you want an efficient electric vehicle that can give you longevity and endurance within an affordable price range. 

Why drive a Nissan LEAF?

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Tire rotations involve the periodic exchange of placement of the tires in your car. By rotating the tires in the car, you promote a balanced and even wear and tear of the car's tires, which ultimately end up extending the tire's life.

The pattern of the rotation depends on what kind of car you own and how it is used. You can ascertain for yourself what kind of tire rotation your car needs by finding out what the drivetrain of your car is. A vehicle that utilizes a front-wheel-drive makes more use of the...continue reading

Vehicular oils are classified into two main types - synthetic and conventional. While conventional oils are made using refined crude oil, synthetic oils are processed and made artificially by breaking down the chemical compounds into petroleum molecules.

Synthetic oils are further classified as fully synthetic, semi-synthetic, or blended. They are considered more efficient for increasing the performance of the engine basis of stability, sludge/deposit formation, pump-ability, and viscosity.

Advantages of Synthetic...continue reading