Spring is here, and its arrival will have many folks gearing up for their annual spring cleaning. Do you include your Nissan on your spring cleaning list? If not, you should! Now is the perfect time to give your Nissan some tender love and care, so use these car cleaning tips to get your vehicle in great condition.
When you live in a climate with snowy winters,
cleaning your car’s exterior is about more than just looks—it also helps
protect your car from rust and damage that can result from exposure to road
salt. Give your Nissan a good exterior cleaning and make sure to spray down the
The best method for cleaning a car’s cabin is
to start from the top and move down. Wipe the dashboard with a microfiber
cloth, and use paintbrushes to dust small crevices like air vents and areas
between knobs and buttons. Vacuum the floors and seats, and follow that by
shampooing seats and carpets.
Efficient spring cleaning will get your
possessions in good shape for the whole year. This means that your task is not
complete without a good waxing. Once you’ve cleaned your Nissan’s exterior,
apply a good coat of wax to finish it off with a beautiful shine that will also
provide protection from debris and the elements.
This March at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, Nissan debuted the IMQ concept vehicle. This breathtaking, all-new vehicle features cutting-edge technology and futuristic vehicle design, hinting at the future of crossovers from the automaker.
The IMQ concept is a beauty to behold, featuring, sleek, modern contours and sweeping lines. As an industry leader with its array of advanced crossovers and SUVs, Nissan doesn’t disappoint with the new IMQ. The IMQ features an array of driver-centric Nissan Intelligent Mobility™ technology, including the state-of-the-art Invisible-to-Visible (I2V) technology, which combines real-world information gathered by the vehicle with other virtual information to make the driving experience as cool and confidence-inspiring as possible. In addition, the IMQ features a cutting-edge version of Nissan’s ProPILOT driver-assistance system, offering jaw-dropping autonomous driving capability. Pertinent driver information is displayed on two advanced interfaces, offering clear information on the electric drive system, navigation, and more.
Backing up the IMQ’s style and smarts is the next-generation of Nissan’s e-Power, a purely electric motor drive system. The system’s power is harnessed by IMQ’s all-wheel-drive system, which supplies refined power to each wheel, finely controlling each one. With such a drivetrain, the IMQ offers exceptional driving dynamics, instant acceleration, and stability in low-traction road situations. With the unveiling of the IMQ, we can’t wait for the next generation of Nissan crossovers and SUVs.
While the Nissan IMQ is a concept vehicle and not headed to production, we can’t wait to see some of its new design elements in cars on the James Ceranti Nissan lot in the near future.