The 2023 Nissan Altima delivers impressive updates for the latest model year. From an enhanced exterior that features new colors and wheels to cutting-edge technologies to keep you connected, the 2023 Altima is a great choice for solo adventurers and families on the go.
The first thing you’ll notice about the 2023 Altima is its refreshed exterior, namely the signature V-Motion grille. Standard LED headlights with integrated turn signals look brilliant on and off. You can opt for an available single-panel moonroof to let in the elements and now choose between two new hues — Gray Sky Pearl and Garnett Pearl Metallic. Four new aluminum-alloy wheel designs offer plenty of cool choices to ground your Altima.
Borrowing from its substantially bigger sibling, the Nissan Armada, the 2023 Altima boasts a new, larger display, beefing up the precious 8-inch offering to 12.3 inches. The screen is easy to use and easy to customize to your preferences.
Safety tech is prioritized in the 2023 Altima with standard Nissan Safety Shield® 360, which features six technologies — Automatic Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Detection, Rear Automatic Braking, Lane Departure Warning, Blind Spot Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, and High Beam Assist. The 2023 Altima also has Intelligent Forward Collision Warning and Intelligent Driver Alertness as standard equipment.
The benefits of buying used are impressive, from saving money on the sticker price to dodging the depreciation hit new-car buyers absorb. And buying a Nissan Certified Pre-Owned model magnifies the benefits of buying used with unique additions including warranty coverage and a multi-point inspection.
Nissan Cerified Pre-Owned Perks
When you choose a Nissan CPO model like the formidable TITAN or Frontier to handle your hauling duties, you’ll earn peace of mind thanks to warranty coverage such as a 7-year/100,000 limited powertrain warranty. Depending on the Nissan CPO model, you may even get roadside assistance, too.
To be certified as a Nissan Certified Pre-Owned vehicle, it must undergo a rigorous inspection, which covers 167 points of review. It also will have a detailed history so you know everything in its past. When you choose a Nissan CPO Pathfinder or Armada, you can be confident that the family-friendly and adventure-ready SUVs are strong, capable, and ready to go the distance.
Nissan CPO Program Requirements
There are also strict requirements for a model to be considered worthy of the Nissan CPO program. In terms of age and based on its original service date, the model has to be less than six years old. It cannot have more than 80,000 miles on it as well.
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.
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.
You probably already know that driving on improperly inflated tires poses a significant threat to your time behind the wheel. Underinflated tires put you at risk of a dangerous blowout and put unnecessary stress on your car’s engine. But did you know that neglected tires also affect your vehicle’s fuel efficiency, making you lose money at the pump?
That’s why Nissan offers an innovative system to help you monitor your tire health and keep you safe on the road: the Easy-Fill Tire Alert System.
“Nissan’s Easy-Fill Tire Alert takes the guesswork out of filling tires and makes simple vehicle maintenance less intimidating for the average driver,” said Selim Hammond, director, NNA Safety Officer, Nissan North America.
Many vehicles on the market offer a tire pressure monitoring system. Although helpful, the tech only lets you know that one of your tires has low air pressure. You then have to monitor the air pressure with a handheld tool so you reach the correct psi. The Nissan Easy-Fill Tire Alert takes tire care a step further by eliminating the hassle of using a separate tire gauge. When the tire reaches the correct psi, the horn on your Nissan will activate.
Get a closer look at the Easy-Fill Tire Alert System, which is standard on many Nissan vehicles, at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, Mississippi.
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.
Nissan North America’s Canton assembly plant has brought thousands of jobs to Mississippi. Over the years, the automaker has also donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to anti-hunger efforts across the state — and now it’s doubling those contributions to fight growing food insecurity.
Nissan’s increased assistance to Mississippi Food Network and Our Daily Bread food banks will allow these organizations to serve an extra 200,000 meals to community members in need.
Since these partnerships began, Nissan has given more than $311,000 to fight hunger in Mississippi. Canton plant employees have also spent many hours volunteering at food banks around the state.
“There is a saying that every cloud has a silver lining, and if there is a silver lining to the COVID pandemic cloud that is overshadowing us, it is how graciously those who are able, like Nissan, have responded with their financial gifts to help support the increased demand for food this unprecedented health crisis is causing,” said Dr. Charles Beady, the CEO of Mississippi Food Network.
Nissan’s hunger-fighting efforts don’t stop at the state border. The automaker is also increasing its contributions to Second Harvest of Middle Tennessee, a food bank that serves thousands of our neighbors to the north.
Here at James Ceranti Nissan in Greenville, we’re proud of how our parent company has stepped up to increase its support for food banks — and ensure that Mississippi residents get the nutrition they need.
The 2020 JD Power Initial Quality Study placed three Nissan models – the Maxima, Murano, and Armada – atop their respective segments, raising Nissan’s overall score above the average and cementing the automaker’s reputation as a brand that promises dependability, performance, and quality.
JD Power is a trusted reviewer whose Initial Quality Study tracks the number of problems faced by car owners within the first 90 days of the purchase of their vehicle. The fewer problems that owners had to put up with, the higher the vehicle’s score.
2020 Nissan Maxima
The 2020 Nissan Maxima’s win marks the third consecutive year it has topped the Large Car category. The 300 horsepower generated by its 3.5-liter engine helped it outperform and outshine its competitors.
2020 Nissan Murano
The 2020 Murano was named the #1 Midsize SUV. Its Intelligent All-Wheel Drive adapts to all circumstances and its fully-loaded, artisanal cabin offers unparalleled comfort and class.
2020 Nissan Armada
The Large SUV segment was topped by the 2020 Nissan Armada. Eight people can comfortably sit in the Armada, and its V8 powertrain cranks out 390 horsepower and 394 lb-ft of torque so you can stay firmly on the road. The 2020 Armada can tow up to 8,500 pounds.
If you’re looking for award-winning quality in your next vehicle, pay us a visit at James Ceranti Nissan and test drive any or all of these top-tier Nissan models!
At James Ceranti Nissan, the practical and compact Rogue crossover is a customer favorite. If you are looking to upgrade your ride in the coming months, we have a Nissan Rogue preview so you can learn more about the potential changes for the 2021 Rogue.
Though no official images of the 2021 Rogue have been released by Nissan yet, industry insiders have scoured design renderings and taken spy shots of prototype vehicles that give us a pretty good idea of what the Rogue is expected to look like. Experts believe the newly redesigned Rogue will have a squarer nose, a thicker rear support pillar, and a more aggressive grille and light signature.
As Nissan has not released official engine specifications for the upcoming Rogue, it is difficult to determine just how powerful the next iteration of the best-selling SUV will be. However, Motortrend speculates that the Rogue could feature the same 2.5-liter engine that powers the newest Altima. That engine produces up to 180 lb-ft of torque and 188 horsepower. The 2021 Rogue will likely continue the use of the continuously variable transmission and will almost assuredly come with an all-wheel drive option.
If you simply cannot wait until the 2021 Rogue begins arriving on our lot, visit James Ceranti Nissan to find the current 2020 Rogue in stock now.
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.
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.
There 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.
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.
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.