2011 Executive Auto Guide Volume Two
(page 7 of 13)
A triple threat to its competitors
The Altima is Nissan’s bread and butter. The vehicle’s looks, versatility and equipment options have a mass appeal to consumers. Nissan’s sports car fits into the family lifestyle, providing two- or four-door options. The starting price is just under $20,000. Who can beat that in today’s economical woes? This vehicle also has a sexier grille, new alloy wheels and a sports-package option – a triple threat to its competitors.
The all-new 2012 Nissan NV lineup focuses on customer needs and put 75 years of commercial vehicle heritage and reputation in building a reliable and durable working van.
The NV1500 offers a standard roof and a 261 HP, 4.0L V6 engine. This versatile work van is perfect for getting in and out of tight locations like car garages and drive-thrus, while delivering maximum storage and top class cabin space for its size.
The NV2500 HD takes customization to the next level. The model gives you the option to choose from standard or high roof van designs, and V6 or V8 engines. With the NV2500 HD, the versatile center console and power mirrors come standard.
The “big boy” of the group is the NV3500 HD, which boasts a 5.6L V8 engine standard and offers both standard and high roof options. With a final gear ratio of 3.54:1, you know you have the power to push, pull or carry your payload to get the job done.
“The Altima is sporty and good on gas, but I was pleasantly surprised with the remote keyless entry and push start button – my keys never leave my pocket! The mid-level model I purchased has power windows and seats, and lots of room in the front and back. I drive on the H-2 and H-3 every day, and the Altima has plenty of power for both. The Altima is an excellent value.
This is the third car I’ve bought from Tony Nissan and with good reason. The sales team is friendly and professional. I’ve never felt pressured to make a decision. I always get a fair price and I’m in and out of the dealership quickly.”
- Paul Arakawa
Mililani Branch Manager
Hawaii Schools Federal Credit Union
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