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You Will Appreciate the Performance Features of the Nissan Rogue

You want a vehicle that will take you where you need to go without having you deal with any kind of performance issues. The Nissan Rogue is a popular compact SUV that provides you with the performance features that you are seeking.

The Nissan Rogue features an option for intelligent all-wheel drive to help you stay safe no matter what the roads look like. This can keep you on the road in all kinds of conditions. 

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Nissan Titan is Built to Perform

Are you looking for a pickup truck that has the horsepower to haul a heavy payload? If so, the full-size Nissan Titan could be your next workhorse vehicle. It's one of the most popular vehicles on our lot in Danville. Here's why.

The Titan has a rugged, full-length steel frame that gives you the durability you need when hauling heavy equipment or payloads. Its rugged, wishbone suspension gives you the smoothest of rides even over rough terrain...

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Your Next Adventure: the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder

We here at Bob Allen Nissan are excited to present you with the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder. What makes the Pathfinder such popular seven passenger SUV? Let’s take a look at some of the performance features.

The Nissan Pathfinder has a 3.5L direct injection gasoline V6 that boasts up to 284HP and 259 lb-ft of torque. With this engine you have up to 6,000 pounds of towing capacity at your disposal.

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An Extra-Quiet Ride with the Nissan Maxima

Do you like a quiet ride? We bet you do, because most people don't want to hear the wind whipping past their vehicle on the highway. With the Nissan Maxima, a popular luxury sports sedan, there are two ways that you can have that quiet ride.

The acoustic laminated glass is two sheets of glass with a sound dampening barrier in between that cuts down on a lot of the noise from the wind and road. 

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DIY Headlight Restoration: Cleaning and Detailing Your Car Lights

With DIY headlight restoration kits, you can try to remove most of the discoloration from your headlights. Most people do not even realize that their lights have dimmed due to discoloration until they try to drive at night. Once your headlights start to cloud up, they can get increasingly clouded.

You can also clean the headlights with toothpaste and insect repellent. 

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How to Avoid a Blowout

Blowouts, for as inconvenient as they can be, can usually be avoided. Visit us at Bob Allen Nissan for tips on how to avoid untimely flat tires and blowouts.

Although many things can cause a blowout, underinflated tires is probably the main cause. Here are some to remember to avoid this catastrophe.

  • Check the recommended air pressure for your vehicle. 
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Signs of a Failing Fuel System

The fuel pump is the part responsible for transporting fuel to the engine and making our car move. A failing fuel system can cause small problem that lead to big problems. At Bob Allen Nissan, we understand the importance of fuel system maintenance and will help you keep your car running smoothly.

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What You Should Know About Motor Oil Viscosity Ratings

There is much that the average driver doesn’t know about their vehicle. Of course, this is only understandable considering that today’s modern cars, trucks and SUVs are far more technologically advanced than ever before. Still, while you may not need to know exactly how a limited-slip differential or gasoline-direct injection work, oil viscosity ratings are something every driver needs to understand.

Viscosity is a way of measuring a substance’s resistance to flow. Essentially, the less viscous an oil is, the thinner it will be and thus the easier it will flow. 

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Auto Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask: What's Brake Fluid?

Your car can't function properly without brake fluid, but could you explain what it is if a friend or family member asked? If you couldn't, don't worry. You'll practically sound like an expert after reading this short explanation.

When you step on the gas pedal, brake fluid goes to each brake and applies pressure to slow your vehicle down. 

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