Why the Automotive Industry Loves Nissans

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Those on the hunt for a new Nissan for sale have showed great interest in the new Nissans for 2013. Not only because of the formidable Nissan service plan and incredible car dealership specials are Nissans dominating new car sales. No, each new Nissan for sale this year boasts incredible features that have captured the attention of the automotive community.

When you stop to think about it, cars in general are quite marvelous. Born from the 1789 invention of an 8000 pound self-powered cannon hauler, the modern vehicle has had many incarnations, and today’s vehicle drive at average speeds that could convey a driver to the moon in fewer than six months. Costs have risen accordingly. When San Diego Datsun sold the first Datsun 1000 Sedan in 1958, the car retailed for only $1,695. Today’s new cars are more likely to cost at least $12,000. Many a new Nissan for sale in 2013 is well worth the cost, however. Features like the pre-heat and pre-cool controlled by the driver’s cell phone in the Nissan Leaf, Nissan’s electric car, are making a huge impression on drivers, and so are the many Nissan vehicles rewarded with designations by major automotive organizations this year.

The 2013 Nissan Altima was honored by Edmunds.com as the best midsize sedan on the “17 Best Cars You Can Buy” list. Edmunds cited the vehicle’s 39.7 mpg and referred to its balance between refinement and engagement, ultimately concluding that the Altima is the nicest to drive, the easiest to use, and the cheapest to fuel.

Claiming three separate honors, the 2013 Nissan Pathfinder was named among the “10 best family cars of 2013″ both by Parents magazine and Edmunds.com and also was honored by MotorWeek as the winner in the Best Large Utility category of its annual Drivers’ Choice Awards. Parents averred, “It looks big and rugged, but the all-new Pathfinder feels a lot smaller on the road, thanks to its crisp cornering.”

The Nissan Sentra also claimed multiple titles, winning the designation of “Best-In-Class Compact Car” in AutoPacific’s annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards as well as the title of “Most Affordable Compact Sedan of 2013″ on Cars.com. Cars.com justified its choice, explaining, “The redesigned 2013 Nissan Sentra topped the list with its affordable price tag, generous feature offerings, and low fuel costs.”

The 2013 Nissan Versa was also an award recipient, earning the top spot on Kelley Blue Book’s list of the 10 Best Back-to-School Cars of 2013. “While most low-cost cars are content to let value trump appearance, the new-for-2014 Nissan Versa Note stresses good looks as a key portion of its value story. Yes, it starts under $15,000 and returns up to 40 mpg, but the five-door hatchback Note is also attractive, and for that reason plus its new-tech offerings inside, we call it our number one back-to-school car for 2013,” says the Kelly Blue Book website.

Finding a new Nissan for sale that meets your needs is easier than ever. The new lineup of vehicles for the coming year is sure to impress. Visit a Nissan dealer today to take a test drive and learn why Nissan remains a clear favorite in the automotive industry.
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