Meet the 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition

If adventure drives you, you must check out the 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition! Available in late summer, this well-equipped SUV puts your adventures in overdrive with a rugged design, an off-road suspension with 5/8-inch lift, and a four-wheel drivetrain.

“From the urban jungle to the natural beauty that can be reached within minutes from the city, Pathfinder Rock Creek has both the style and hardware to create an adventure just about anywhere,” said Michael Colleran, senior vice president, Nissan U.S. Marketing and Sales.

Adventure-Ready Features

The 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition rests on 18-inch beadlock-style wheels matched to all-terrain tires and a tubular roof rack that can withstand 220 pounds. The rugged exterior design features unique Rock Creek badging, LED fog lights, and a signature front fascia with a dark V-motion grille. Inside, the 2023 Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition’s steering wheel, seats, center console, door panels, and instrument panel offer a bold look with orange contrast stitching and comfort with captain’s chairs in the second row. Rock Creek embroidery embellishes the leatherette and fabric seats.

You’ll have little trouble navigating unpaved roads and tricky trails thanks to the standard Intelligent Around View® Monitor with Off-Road mode. And when properly equipped, the 2023 Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition can tow a maximum weight of 6,000 pounds — which is more than enough power to bring along a boat for fishing or duck hunting.

If you’re looking for an SUV that’s designed for your outdoor lifestyle, contact us about the 2023 Nissan Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.

Nissan Pathfinder, Frontier Win MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Awards

2022 Nissan Pathfinder & 2022 Nissan Frontier | Greenville, MS

If you are searching for a great truck or three-row SUV designed to get the job done and offers durability to handle outdoor activities like hunting and fishing, check out the award-winning 2022 Nissan Frontier and 2022 Pathfinder. Both Nissan models earned MotorWeek Drivers’ Choice Awards.

The 2022 Pathfinder earned the award for Best Midsize Utility for 2022, while the 2022 Frontier took home the title of Best Midsize Truck.

2022 Nissan Pathfinder

The Pathfinder earned praise for its enduring family-friendly features, practicality, and appealing design. The 2022 model won over the judges because it took these beloved features up a notch.

“We have always been Nissan Pathfinder fans. While not always the flashiest of SUVs, the nameplate excels in delivering what family buyers need: a practical, durable, attractive, well-thought-out utility,” said John H. Davis, host and creator of MotorWeek.

2022 Nissan Frontier

The 2022 Nissan Frontier swayed the judges with its 6,000-pound towing capacity, updated cabin, and potent V6 powertrain, which comes standard on the well-equipped truck. The 2022 model also impressed with its new hydraulic mounts.

“Nissan has done a great job of modernizing and toughening up the Frontier without changing its overall character or doing anything to alienate current fans,” according to Davis.

Test-drive the Nissan Pathfinder or Frontier at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi, to see for yourself why they are winners!

2022 Nissan TITAN® Pricing and Highlights

2022 Nissan TITAN | Greenville, MI

This just in! Nissan has released pricing for the 2022 Nissan TITAN®. The well-equipped truck is available now at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.

Highlights of 2022 Nissan TITAN

The 2022 Nissan TITAN offers a driver-assist technology package with six Nissan Safety Shield® 360 systems as standard equipment. Available offerings include Nissan Concierge, a 12-speaker Fender® Premium Audio System, and the class-exclusive Intelligent Around View® Monitor.

When it comes to performance, the new TITAN delivers with a best-in-class horsepower rating of 400 hp and 413 lb-ft of torque, courtesy of a 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 paired with a nine-speed automatic transmission.

Pricing for 2022 Nissan TITAN

Depending on the model you choose, you can equip your Nissan TITAN with 4×2 or 4×4, Crew Cab or King Cab, or move up to the heavy duty TITAN XD variant.[1]

2022 Nissan TITAN S

  • King Cab 4×2 – $38,010
  • King Cab 4×4 – $41,270
  • Crew Cab 4×2 – $39,780
  • Crew Cab 4×4 – $42,940

2022 Nissan TITAN SV

  • King Cab 4×2 – $43,340
  • King Cab 4×4 – $46,600
  • Crew Cab 4×2 – $43,260
  • Crew Cab 4×4 – $46,420

2022 Nissan TITAN Platinum Reserve

  • Crew Cab 4×2 – $56,700
  • Crew Cab 4×4 – $59,980

2022 Nissan TITAN PRO-4X

  • Crew Cab 4×4 – $50,900

Get a closer look at and take the 2022 Nissan TITAN for a test drive at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.

[1] MSRP excludes applicable tax, title, license fees and destination charges. Dealer sets actual price. Prices and specs are subject to change without notice. Destination and handling $1,695.

Tips for Taking Your Truck Off-Roading near Greenville, MS

Nissan Frontier Off-Road | Greenville, MS

Off-roading in Mississippi is a total blast. Whether you’re heading out to Warfield Point in Greenville or making the trip to Forest for 30 miles of trails at Rocks Bottom Offroad, make sure you follow these tips for taking your truck off-road.

Scout ahead

Don’t be surprised by what’s ahead. Make sure you know exactly what your vehicle’s going to be going over before you get there. If you need to, make sure you get out of the cab and have a look on foot to get an idea of how to tackle a tough area.

Choose the right vehicle

Having the right tools for off-roading is crucial — and that includes the vehicle itself. For instance, the Nissan Frontier and Nissan Titan are both solid options for exploring the wilderness. You want a ride that can handle the rough-and-tumble terrain in Mississippi, and these models are equipped and capable.

Remember your recovery equipment

Even if you plan out your approach to every obstacle, you can still get stuck. Make sure you have the recovery gear you need to get yourself out of a bind, including a heavy-duty tow strap with fabric loops – not hooks.

For the best trucks for off-roading like the Titan and Frontier and the best accessories for your treks, come to James Ceranti Nissan.

 

3 Major Tips for Tailgating Around Greenville

Nissan Tailgating | Greenville, MS

Tailgating is a great way to gather with friends and family any time of the year, whether you’re going to a sporting events or simply want to have an outdoor picnic. Nissan trucks and SUVs (such as the Titan, Frontier, Rogue, Rogue Sport, Murano, Kicks, Pathfinder, and Armada) provide plenty of space and amenities for tailgating. Here are some tips for tailgating around Greenville, Mississippi.

Get the right tools

First and foremost, you need the right equipment. In addition to a high-end cooler, put a toolbox in your truck bed or trunk that’s stocked will all the kitchen tools you’ll need, including spatulas, whisks, skewers, matches, and cleaning supplies.

Be careful

Food is an essential, but you’ll also want to make sure you’re keeping everything sanitary and safe. One pro tip is to freeze water bottles to put in your cooler as ice. As they thaw, you can drink them, saving space and expense. Pack food in zippered bags and plastic containers with lids. If possible, keep raw meat separate from veggies and fruit.

Use Nissan technology

Entertainment is also important. In-vehicle connectivity — which you’ll find on models like the Nissan Pathfinder and Titan — lets you hook up you phone to the in-vehicle infotainment to access music playlists and other functions. You can also purchase Bluetooth wireless speakers if you don’t want to drain the vehicle battery.

For the perfect tailgating truck or SUV, browse the inventory now at James Ceranti Nissan.  

Affordable Things to Do Near Greenville

Things to do near Greenville | Greenville, MSThere are many ways you can save money, like buying a used Nissan at James Ceranti Nissan or doing free activities in the area. From local events to historic landmarks, there are many places you can visit to spend an afternoon without breaking the bank. Check out any one of these things to do near Greenville.

Lake Chicot State Park

According to Trip Advisor users, you should consider spending a day at Lake Chicot State Park. Located near the Mississippi River, this park is perfect for birdwatching, swimming, and fishing. Plus, there are affordable cabins and campsites if you do decide to stay overnight.

Winterville Mounds

Be sure to visit Winterville Mounds. This 42-acre site near Greenville has Native American mounds and a museum, and it’s open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Best of all, it’s free to the public. You can learn more about the mounds left by indigenous groups, including a massive 55-foot Temple Mound. The University of Mississippi’s Center for Archaeological Research frequently studies the area.

Other ideas

You can also visit the 1927 Flood Museum to learn about local history, or consider visiting the Hebrew Union Temple to view its stunning architecture. Constructed in 1906, the Temple has stained glass and a distinct style compared to many other buildings in this region.

Just a short drive away is Leland, which has the Birthplace of Kermit the Frog Museum, the Highway 61 Blues Museum, and Lake Monocnoc.

These are just some of the many fun (and affordable) things to do in the area that we at James Ceranti Nissan suggest. If you’re in the area, come visit us when you need a new or used Nissan vehicle.

Family Friendly Events in Greenville, Mississippi

Family Friendly Events in Greenville, Mississippi

If you’re going to be in West Mississippi with your kids this summer, there are tons of family friendly events in Greenville you won’t want to miss. From paintball to bowling to Kermit the Frog, Greenville has something everyone can enjoy.

Muppets creator Jim Henson was born here in Greenville, and the city has built a permanent exhibit in Henson’s honor, which also doubles as the Washington County Welcome Center. This is a perfect stop for young kids.

Older children who like animals and the outdoors have lots of options—there’s the Winterville Indian Mounds, Oliver Alpaca Farm, the Delta Paintball Park, and more. If your family’s into cars, on the other hand, visit the Black Bayou Motor Speedway and Greenville Speedway Racing and catch a few races.

Of course, there are plenty of everyday activities to do in Greenville—Riverbelle Lanes offers bowling and other family activities, and the Nelco Movie Theater and Diamond Jim’s Arcade both have great options for families.

Whether you’re a resident of Washington County or you’re just passing through, summer in Greenville is a great time for families, so drop in on some of our city’s many exciting events!

Six Must-See Historic Sites in Greenville, MS

In the heart of the Mississippi Delta, you’ll find our little town of Greenville. This small Southern city has a big history, which has been preserved over the years and can be explored on a sunny Saturday afternoon. If you want to experience the spirit of Greenville, visit these historic locations.

Cotton Row: Back when Mississippi used to be the home of cotton moguls who amassed large fortunes, this was a thriving merchant district. It still reflects the late 19th century architecture.

First National Bank: This Neoclassical building now housing the city’s court was the first federally chartered bank in the county.

Former Levee Board Complex: What was the city’s oldest commercial structure has been renovated into the Greenville Inn & Suites.

Mississippi Levee System: This towering structure runs along the downtown waterfront and revolutionized the area, making the Delta what it is today.

Mount Holly Plantation: Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Shelby Foote used to live in this gorgeous mansion which is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Nelson Street District: For a century, this has been a thriving economic and cultural hub of the community, home to numerous iconic restaurants and stores.

Which of these historic sites in Greenville is your favorite?

Delta Dragon Boat Festival

The second annual Delta Dragon Boat Festival took place last weekend, July 31 through August 1, at Lake Ferguson in Greenville, Mississippi, and just like last year it was a big hit! Lots of locals came out to enjoy the festival and watch the race.

Dragon boat racing has a long history in Chinese culture, and the Delta Festival celebrates this tradition and its Western modernization as an athletic competition. There are 22 team members per boat, and the race requires cooperation and teamwork.

The festival started Friday evening with a Chinese Gala featuring Chinese cultural entertainment and food prepared by a local chef. Last year’s race winners, as well as the winners of the Children’s Pageant, were celebrated in the Dragon Parade, which took place first thing Saturday morning.

The bulk of the event took place Saturday, with booths set up for food vendors and free entertainment like face painting, while the race was going on. It was a great family event, and we hope it will be around next year! If you’re looking for more fun events to check out in the Greenville, MS area, feel free to stop by James Ceranti Nissan and we will give you the low down!

Nissan GT-R Racers Comically Pre-Occupied

2013 Nissan GT-RNissan boasts that the GT-R is not just any old supercar—it’s “the supercar”. As one of the very fastest cars available on the market for the modern driver, the GT-R is a beautiful combination of unbridled muscle, prized Nissan technology, and unique character.

Part of the marvel and praise associated with the Nissan GT-R is its perfect balance of power and control. Despite incredibly high 500+ horsepower, the GT-R is known for superb handling. However, not all critics deem this a good thing, arguing curtly that the car pretty much drives itself.

YouTube’s That Racing Channel decided to answer those criticisms with a particularly entertaining video which we’ve included below. The video features two GT-R drivers engaging in a race during which both are pre-occupied, to say the least. As the cars speed forward on perfectly straight paths, the drivers play handheld video games, eat over-stuffed sandwiches, catch naps, and even shave.

Obviously, this method of driving is not recommended or realistic, but the video is definitely worth a watch, especially for those of us that appreciate the GT-R in all its glory! Check it out for a good laugh, and come visit us at James Ceranti Nissan!