Nissan Maxima and Murano Safety Proven for Families

Nissan Maxima | Greenville, MS

The 2020 Nissan Maxima and Murano are on Cars.com’s Car Seat Check Honor Roll. What does that mean for families like you in Greenville, Mississippi? Both of these Nissan models we sell at James Ceranti Nissan make it easy for parents to install and safely use child seats.

Here are some of the ways that the Maxima and Murano are safe and reliable rides for your young passengers.

Color-coded anchors and tethers

The Maxima has a color-coded LATCH system that makes it easier for you to figure out where to attach any car seat properly. The color-coded LATCH system is intuitive and versatile, so you can install rear-facing and forward-facing seats, as well as high-back booster seats.

Room to spread out

Cars.com’s staff was impressed by the Murano’s roomy second row seat that fits three safety seats. This makes the Murano a top choice for large families or people who need to transport many young children safely.

Extra support while driving

Both the Maxima and Murano offer Nissan Safety Shield® 360, a full suite of safety and driver-assist features to give you confidence and support behind the wheel. Standard features include Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Departure Warning, High Beam Assist and Rear Automatic Braking.

Both the Nissan Maxima and Murano have five star ratings form the National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration, making them excellent choices as family vehicles. You can find both of them in stock right now at James Ceranti Nissan.

Families Get Ready for Luxury in the 2012 Nissan Quest

Families will enjoy riding in the 2012 Nissan Quest because of all the bells and whistles Nissan added to a great driving vehicle to make life a little easier for families.

The 2012 Quest looks to protect families in lane change accidents with the Blind Spot Warning System. When an object in the blind spot is found, an icon will display in the side mirror. If the driver turns on their signal to change lanes, the icon will appear and give an audio warning. The rearview camera on the Quest also helps families make sure there are no objects behind them in danger of being hit while reversing and helps make parking easier.

The Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) on the 2012 Quest gives the driver a warning when a tire is low. Quest takes the TPMS a step further with helping to make filling the tire up easy. As the tire begins to receive air, the lights will start flashing and once the tire hits the optimum air level, a soft horn will announce that the tire is at the right inflation.

With an entertainment center featuring a DVD-ready 16,9” best-in-class TV, with inputs for game systems, families are ready to travel with entertained rear passengers.. Families will love the 2012 Quest and its ability to make traveling a little more lavish and enjoyable.