Last updated 15 days ago
Nissan cars are known for their reliability and consistent performance. In order to get the most out of your Nissan, however, it is important to make sure that you carry out the appropriate maintenance procedures.
In this video you will learn about keeping up with your Nissan’s service and maintenance needs. Routine maintenance is important because it helps you keep your Nissan operating at peak condition. When you bring your new Nissan to the dealership for scheduled maintenance, for example, certified technicians will carry out a comprehensive inspection of your Nissan.
If you want to learn more about how to keep up with your Nissan’s service and maintenance needs, watch the video provided above. To learn more about why it is important to maintain your Nissan, call Sullivan Brothers Nissan at (781) 585-7500. Our service department will provide all of the auto maintenance and repairs your vehicle needs to run strong for many years and many miles to come.
Last updated 27 days ago
With gas prices seemingly always on the rise, drivers across the country are looking to abandon their gas-guzzling cars in favor of more fuel-efficient vehicles. Car manufacturers have responded by putting more research into the growing electric vehicle industry. When it comes to electric vehicles, the 2013 Nissan Leaf leads the pack. Here is how you can go emission free with the 2013 Nissan Leaf.
100% Electric Power
When we say that the 2013 Nissan Leaf is emissions free, we mean it. Unlike other electric vehicles on the market that rely partially on gas engines, the 2013 Nissan Leaf runs entirely on electricity, meaning you don’t have to worry about your Nissan Leaf releasing any harmful greenhouse gases. Although it might seem strange to drive a car without a tailpipe, there’s simply no better choice for the eco-conscious driver.
The 2013 Nissan Leaf’s advanced all-electric powertrain does not compromise comfort or performance. Get behind the wheel of a new Nissan Leaf and we promise you will be impressed by its instant torque and pleasant handling. Because the Nissan Leaf does not rely on a gas motor, there is no lag, revving-up, or shifting gears. When you push on the gas pedal, all you get is pure performance.
One of the most striking aspects of the Nissan Leaf driving experience is the peace and quiet of the interior. Because the Nissan Leaf does not use a loud combustion engine, there is virtually no interior noise. The drive is also smooth, adding to Leaf’s sleek, stylish appeal.
Getting behind the wheel of a 2013 Nissan Leaf is a great way to experience the latest in automotive technology while also helping the environment and saving money. If you want to learn more about what distinguishes the 2013 Nissan Leaf from other electric vehicles on the market, call Sullivan Brothers Nissan of Plymouth at (781) 585-7500. You can also browse our inventory of new and pre-owned Nissan vehicles by visiting our website.
Last updated 1 month ago
At this year’s Chicago Auto Show, Nissan unveiled the 2014 Nismo-tuned 370Z. With a sleek, aerodynamic exterior that features dual-exhaust and a large rear spoiler, the Nissan 370Z Nismo is a truly attention-grabbing sports car. Take a closer look at it in the following video clip.
The experts at Nismo took the stock 3.7-liter V6 that comes with the Nissan 370Z and added 20 horsepower, producing a total of 350 horses. Other enhancements include a stiffer suspension, larger brakes, Nismo red pin stripes, and lightweight 19-inch wheels. The inside features a steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara, a Nismo tachometer, and seats bearing the Nismo logo. Watch the video to see what else the 2014 Nissan 370Z Nismo has to offer.
To test drive the Nissan 370Z Nismo when it becomes available, visit Sullivan Brothers Nissan of Plymouth, MA. Call our dealership at (781) 585-7500 to find out more about the upcoming Nissan 370Z Nismo, and check out our website to see our inventory of Nissan 370Z coupes and convertibles.
Last updated 1 month ago
The Nissan Pathfinder was originally designed for off-roading and all-terrain driving. But over the years, Nissan has refined the Pathfinder, adding creature comforts and more interior space. For 2013, the Nissan Pathfinder is better than ever thanks to a slew of new features, head-turning style, and excellent safety scores.
A number of things make the cabin of the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder the best in its class. For one, the new Pathfinder boasts the most passenger volume of any other vehicle in its segment. With plenty of room for seven adult passengers, the Nissan Pathfinder is an ideal vehicle for the family. If you fold the second- and third-row seats forward, you’ll enjoy a total of 79.8 cubic feet of cargo space—and that’s not including the under-floor storage areas.
Whether you plan to use the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder for off-roading or not, the option to do so is literally at your fingertips. With the All-Mode 4x4i Dial, you can switch between Auto, 2WD, and 4WD with the turn of a knob. In Auto Mode, the Nissan Pathfinder senses wheel slip and distributes the ideal amount of power to each wheel for optimal handling.
5-Star Government Safety Rating
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) conducts crash tests on a wide number of vehicles, and rates them on a scale of one to five stars. The Nissan Pathfinder received an overall rating of four stars, with a five-star rating on side crash safety. If safety is of utmost importance to you in your next family vehicle, the Nissan Pathfinder will not disappoint.
Sullivan Brothers Nissan of Plymouth offers a great lineup of Nissan Pathfinders for you and your family to take a look at. Visit us on the web to see our selection of new Nissans or call our dealership at (781) 585-7500 for more information about the rugged and refined 2013 Nissan Pathfinder.
Last updated 1 month ago
Purchasing a vehicle is a major investment, so it’s a good idea to do some planning before you head to the Nissan dealership. This will ensure that the purchase goes as smoothly as possible, and that you end up with the right Nissan for you. Here are the most important financial matters to review before you shop for a new or pre-owned Nissan.
Request a Copy of Your Credit Report
There are a variety of places that will show you a copy of your credit report for free. Poring over the information in this report will let you identify any errors and report them to the credit agency that sent you the report. It will also give you the opportunity to see if you have any unpaid bills that need to be taken care of. After making corrections to your credit report and notifying the credit reporting agencies, your credit score will go up. And with a higher credit score, you can get the best interest rate on a car loan at your local Nissan dealership.
Apply For a Loan
Your Nissan dealership offers in-house financing that simplifies the process of getting a loan. But some people prefer to do some loan shopping before going to the dealership just to see if there’s a better deal out there. Consider checking with your local bank and credit union to see if you’re eligible for a car loan and what interest rate it will have.
Prepare Your Current Vehicle for Trade-In
Your local Nissan dealership will be able to offer you a discount on your next purchase if you trade in your current ride. But in order to do so, you’ll have to contact the lien holder to see what the outstanding balance is on the vehicle. The lien holder will help you with the termination process of the loan, which makes the trade-in process much smoother at the dealership.
At Sullivan Brothers Nissan, you can choose from an expansive inventory of new and used Nissans. Our dealership serves the Kingston and Plymouth, MA areas. Contact us at (781) 585-7500 or check out our website for more information.