The 2016 Nissan Murano is a standout amongst SUVs, and it proved that with its recent honor from U.S. News & World Report. The new Murano was named the 2016 Best 2-Row SUV for Families.
This wasn’t the Murano’s first award this year from U.S. News & World Report. It was honored with one of the magazine’s “Best Cars for the Money” awards. But its latest honor was being named top choice in the 2-Row SUV category as part of the Best Cars for Families awards program.
The Murano earned this award for a number of reasons. It expresses Nissan’s advanced design and amazing available technology. NissanConnect with Navigation, an 8-inch color display with multi-touch control, and Bluetooth Hands-free Phone System are just some tech elements that make the Murano more convenient.
Its luxury and safety played a factor in its award, too. Its affordability makes it the best car for the money, but it’s not just the long-term low ownership costs that keep it affordable. The editors wrote, “It’s also our Best 2-Row SUV for Families because it has the leading combination of interior space, available family-friendly features, and safety and reliability ratings in its class.”
Check out the Nissan Murano for yourself today at Nissan of Silsbee!
Interested in the bold, capable new Nissan Titan XD, but intimidated by its beastly size?
If you’re looking for a truck that’s both perfect for work and everyday life – and just a bit smaller than the Titan XD – you’ll be a fan of the all-new standard, half-ton 2017 Nissan Titan.
Details on and images of the new Nissan Titan were recently revealed, and though the vehicles initially appear to be twins, these two trucks are actually quite different.
The chassis of the Titan is just 228.1 inches for the crew cab model – much smaller than that of the Titan XD – and in fact, the standard Titan is 14.7 inches shorter than the XD model.
But on the inside, don’t worry: There is just as much seating space and legroom in both versions of the truck.
The standard 2017 Nissan Titan will go on sale this summer, so if you’re interested, get in touch with us at Nissan of Silsbee as soon as you can!
There are people who like college football, and then there are real college football fans. Nissan has created an app for the second group to help them really show off their love for their team.
According to a Nissan Press Release, Nissan’s Diehard Fan App allows fans to virtually paint their face.
The app is free to download from diehardfan.com. Using the app, college sports fans can virtually apply their college’s colors and mascots to an image of their face.
To create these game faces, Nissan first looked to a professional face painter. Nissan then took the designs and digitally converted them.
The app is developed in conjunction with the announcement that Nissan has become the official automobile sponsor of over 100 universities across the nation.
“The Diehard Fan mobile app delivers on Nissan’s brand promise of innovation and excitement for everyone,” said Jeremy Tucker, vice president, Marketing Communications & Media at Nissan North America. “This is just one way for sports fans to unleash their colors anywhere, anytime, and engage with Nissan and our College 100 Sponsorship of men’s and women’s college sports programs throughout the US.”
You can show off your love for college sports with the Nissan Diehard Fan App. To show off your love for Nissan, stop by Nissan of Silsbee today!
The already-exciting Nissan Altima just got better. The automaker has unveiled the overhauled 2016 Nissan Altima, and although it’s technically just a mid-cycle refresh, the updates are significant, and worthwhile.
The current generation Nissan Altima is just three years old, and automakers typically try to get at least five years from a generation, before unveiling an all-new version. A mid-cycle refresh typically consists of a few styling updates, and maybe some new technology. The Altima took it a step further, offering a new look, improved efficiency, new driving feel, and a wide range of new connectivity, safety, and convenience features.
“Despite the remarkable success of the current model Altima in the marketplace, which has seen a more than 60 percent increase in sales since 2009, no area was left untouched in redesigning our cornerstone Altima sedan for the 2016 model year,” said Pierre Loing, vice president, Product Planning, Nissan North America, Inc. in a statement. “While so much attention in the marketplace currently is focused on compact SUVs like our redesigned Nissan Rogue, the mid-size sedan segment remains strong and has become extremely competitive. We’re determined to keep our sales growth alive with this vibrant new Altima for 2016.”
The 2016 Nissan Altima’s updates were made with input from current Nissan Altima customers. The new Altima promises to deliver a quieter ride, more standard features, more personal style, and a more responsive driving experience.
Stop by Nissan of Silsbee today to learn more about the improved Nissan Altima!