Nissan has performed exceptionally well in the 2021 J.D. Power Initial Quality Study. The J.D. Power IQS records owners’ satisfaction with their vehicles during the first 90 days of driving them. Based on problems reported, each vehicle receives a PPH score, which represents the number of problems noted per 100 vehicles.
The all-new Rogue® posted improvements while the Sentra®, TITAN®, and Versa® ranked in their segments’ top three spots. The Altima® and Murano® earned the top spot in their respective segments. The Maxima® not only won its segment, but the sophisticated sedan also earned bragging rights as the best-performing vehicle in the automotive industry. As the top performer in the 2021 IQS study, the Maxima had the lowest number of problems of any vehicle evaluated.
“Delivering top quality for our customers has been a key element in the total brand transformation we call Nissan NEXT,” said Mike Colleran, senior vice president of Nissan U.S. Marketing and Sales. “This performance is possible by a united design, engineering, and manufacturing team focused on making the best vehicles for our customers.”
The top-placing Maxima is manufactured at the automaker’s assembly plant in Smyrna, Tennessee. The plant performed so well in the IQS study it took home the Gold Plant Quality Award. In the mass-market rankings, Nissan placed fourth. In 2020, the brand took the 11th spot.
It’s almost fall, which means your newly licensed teen driver will be back to school and ready for their very own ride. After you finish sobbing and wondering how your baby could possibly be ready for this level of independence, learn why the Nissan Altima, Murano, and Rogue make excellent vehicles for teen drivers.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), a non-profit organization created to help reduce deadly vehicle crashes, is one of the most trusted organizations in the automotive industry because of its scientific approach to ranking vehicles based on safety. Each year, the IIHS makes recommendations of the best new and used vehicles for teens to help parents make good decisions for their new drivers.
This year, the IIHS named three Nissan vehicles to its 2021 honor roll of Recommended New & Used Vehicles for Teens. The 2021 Murano crossover and the Altima sedan, both of which received a Top Safety Pick+ from the organization, were named as two of the best new vehicles for teen drivers. On the pre-owned side, the IIHS recommended several model years of the Rogue and Murano crossovers because of their excellent crash test ratings and affordable price.
James Ceranti Nissan has a large inventory of new and pre-owned vehicles perfect for your new driver, so visit us for a test drive today.
The IIHS has two awards: Top Safety Pick and Top Safety Pick+. A Top Safety Pick must earn a Good rating in six crash test categories and earn at least an Acceptable score for its headlights. To earn the Plus, the vehicle also has to earn an Advanced or Superior rating for its available front crash-prevention tech.
The Nissan Sentra compact sedan was named a Top Safety Pick, and four 2021 Nissan models have earned the designation of Top Safety Pick+, including the Altima mid-size sedan, the Maxima full-size sedan, and two mid-size SUVs, the Rogue and Murano.
The Rogue and Murano in particular had the highest possible ratings in every single category, from all six crashworthiness tests to headlights to front crash prevention. Both crossovers also received a G+ rating in the LATCH ease-of-use category, making them perfect options for young parents.
All five models come standard with Nissan Safety Shield® 360, a suite of driver-assist and active safety technologies. These include the Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection necessary to earn the Top Safety Pick+ award, as well as Rear Automatic Braking, Blind Spot Warning, and Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, among others.
You can test drive these five IIHS-recognized Nissan models right here at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi, today.
Folks in Greenville, Missouri, love the 2021 Nissan Rogue for its daring style, great performance, and incredible technology. The new Rogue is every bit as popular in the Great White North as it is in the Show-Me State, recently picking up the title of best midsize SUV according to the country’s leading auto journalists.
The Automobile Journalists Association of Canada named the all-new Nissan Rogue its choice for “Best Mid-Size Utility Vehicle for 2021.” More than 100 of Canada’s leading journalists put the Rogue ahead of the competition, praising it for its performance capabilities, standard safety features, and family-friendliness.
So what’s got the AJAC all excited about the 2021 Nissan Rogue? Where to start. The all-new take on this bestselling crossover is one of the best-equipped vehicles in the Nissan lineup. With the Rogue, you get standard Nissan Safety Shield® 360, available wireless Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™, and the largest available infotainment screen in its class.
The Nissan Rogue is also a great choice for growing families with room for five and cargo-friendly features like an available Motion-Activated liftgate and Divide-N-Hide® cargo system. And on top of all that, the Rogue is a joy to drive with its 2.5-liter Direct Injection Gasoline™ engine and available Intelligent All-Wheel Drive.
But don’t just take the experts’ word for it. Feel what the 2021 Nissan Rogue has to offer for yourself and experience what makes it the best midsize SUV around. Visit James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Missouri, and take the all-new Rogue for a test drive.
*AutoPacific Segmentation. 2021 Rogue SL with Premium Package and above vs. latest in-market competitors in the XSUV Mainstream Midsize Class. Available feature. Based on manufacturer websites.