Until a few years ago, SUVs were not buyers’ first choice because of the heftier price-tag. Small mid-size cars won out. The economy was hard as it was and everyone wanted to save a buck or two. But thanks to the economy bouncing back and a rise in individual pay, SUVs became an option again. Recent trends show a shift away from high-end sedans towards family-size SUVs. Think about it, would you rather drive cross country in a tiny coupe or a spacious 7-seater? Don’t sacrifice style just because you have to tote the kids around, though. The stereotype of minivan-driving soccer mom is waiting to be broken. With three SUVs to choose form, Nissan offers something for everyone. The Pathfinder may be the most common of the three with its bold lines and technology like the Nissan Intelligent Key. If adventure is calling your name, check out the Xterra. It seats five, has great cargo space and you can buy a hatch tent attachment to make camping a breeze. If elegance is more your style, the Armada is calling your name. Premium comfort and room for 8 mark this as the largest of the Nissan SUV lineup. Keep the kids entertained with dual headrest DVD monitors. SUVs are made for long-distance traveling, made with sturdy bones which also provide top-notch safety for your family. So step up your game and slide into a new 2013 or 2014 Nissan SUV and be the envy of all the playdate circles.
Here are few things you may or may not know about the Nissan Xterra:
- One of the most distinguishable characteristics of the Xterra is the “hump” on the back hatch. What is it? The first aid kit.
- Even thought the Xterra was first introduced in the spring of 1999, the first model was dubbed a 2000.
- In 2002, Nissan discontinued two colors from the available paint scheme, khaki and Aztek Red. But Nissan added Shock Blue, Sedona and Molten Lava.
- The color Atomic Orange was only available in the year 2003.
- In 2005, the Xterra was given a major overhaul redesign, utilizing the Frontier/Titan platform instead of the Pathfinder platform.
- Although Nissan is a Japanese company, the Xterra is not assembled there. Believe it or not, all Xterras-along with Frontiers and Pathfinders-are assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee.
- When Nissan first introduced the Xterra, they used an ultra-catchy slogan to promote it. Remember it? “Everything you need, __________.” (and nothing you don’t)
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As far as Nissan’s renowned cars go, the deals range from a variety of cash back options, discounted prices, and low or 0% APR for a series of months. Some of the cars taking part in this Season to Save sales event include the Versa Sedan and Versa Hatchback, the Altima and the Altima Coupe, the Cube, the Maxima, and the Sentra.
Crossovers and SUVs are also joining in the savings celebration. With prices the lowest they’ve ever been and low or 0% APR, the deals have never been hotter. Eligible crossovers include the Murano and the Murano CrossCabriolet, the JUKE, and the Rogue. Discounted SUVs are the Xterra, the Armada, and the Pathfinder. Just in time for holiday travel, Nissan’s celebrated minivan, the Quest, is also offered with great savings on price and 0% APR for 36 months, as well as cash back.
Interested drivers are encouraged to visit James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville. Visit our dealership online at www.jamescerantinissan.net for complete offer details.