2013 Altima Awarded ‘Best New Model in Class’ by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance

2013 AltimaThe 2013 Altima has done it again! Since launching in 2012, Nissan’s completely redesigned midsize sedan has received numerous awards and accolades. Recently Altima earned another title to add to its already impressive list as it was awarded ‘Best New Model’ in the $25,000-$30,000 price range by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.  

Kiplinger has been a trusted source for personal finance and business forecasts for years. Annually, the online source combs through hundreds of vehicles to award the best values in its yearly buyer’s guide. Winner of these awards are ranged by price, performance, safety, roominess, value, and driving impressions.

“The Nissan Altima has coma long way in the 20 years since it was first introduce,” said Al Castignetti, Nissan Division Vice President and General Manager. “We took great strides to completely redesign this vehicle with a number of innovative features that improve upon the driving experience while maintaining its affordability. Being honored by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance validates all of our hard work and highlights our passion for developing innovative yet affordable products.”

Find the stylishly award-winning 2013 Altima now at James Ceranti Nissan. Visit our Greenville, MS dealership for a test drive today! Learn more about Altima and other great Nissan vehicles online at www.jamescerantinissan.net.

Versa Dominated Subcompact Sales of 2012

Nissan VersaA spacious interior, large trunk space, excellent fuel economy, and low starting price make the Nissan Versa a great pick for first time car buyers and for those shopping on a budget. With that being said, it comes as no surprise that the Nissan Versa has been announced as the best-selling subcompact car of 2012. This small and surprisingly roomy sedan can be found now at James Ceranti Nissan.

Powered by a 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine producing 109 horsepower, the Nissan Versa achieves an EPA estimated 27 mpg city and 36 mpg highway fuel ratings. Features on the base model include a trip computer, auxiliary power outlet, adjustable steering wheel, power steering, remote trunk release, MP3 player, air conditioning, and a CD player. Options offered on higher trim levels include cruise control, fog lamps, keyless start, a back-up camera, satellite radio, and wireless cell phone hookup. The Versa is able to offer all of this with a starting price lower than other vehicles in its class.

If you are in the market for a small car that is big on space and fuel efficiency, the Nissan Versa is the right choice for you. Come test drive the Versa at our Greenville dealership today to find out why it was the best-selling subcompact car of 2012. View photos and information of the Versa or other great Nissan models online at www.jamescerantinisan.net.