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Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Program Highlights

The Nissan Certified Pre-Owned Program is the perfect way to buy a high-quality car that’s reliable and almost like new without the high price sticker you’d find on a new car. If you have questions about this program, stop at Bob Allen Nissan and speak to one of our qualified personnel.

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Nissan Versa: Smart Safety at a Great Price

If you're like most people, the beginning of the year is the time you will tighten your belt, take stock of what you could do without, and let go of things that no longer serve you. Your car is probably on that list, but you might feel unable to afford a new car right now. But what if you could?

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2019 Nissan LEAF Offers Three Charging Modes

Range is always a big issue when dealing with an electric car, especially if you get stuck in traffic in Danville and eat up battery power regularly. However, the new 2019 Nissan LEAF offers three different charging modes, so you'll be able to get some juice on the fly and drive your vehicle further.

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Nissan Kicks When It's All About Technology

The Nissan Kicks is a popular subcompact crossover SUV that’s ALL about technology. The new Nissan Kicks performs very well, looks even better and is economical on the road. Nissan Kicks is available in various colors and designs, so why not stop at Bob Allen Nissan and see one for yourself? Our trained staff is here to answer all your questions.

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Nissan Maxima Performance Features in 2018

With an all-new lineup, Nissan has been turning heads this year. The 2018 Nissan Maxima is one incredible vehicle that packs a powerful punch of power with an affordable price. The potent 3.5-liter V6 engine puts the Maxima in the top 5 of large cars on the market, according to US News & World Report. However, it’s more than just a powerful engine that makes the Nissan a great steal for drivers today.

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The Truth About Alternators

It is a common misconception that the battery powers the electrics in your car. While the battery supplies the energy needed for the motor to start the car, it is the alternator that generates energy to keep the car running.

The alternator carries out two important functions. It keeps your vehicle at peak starting power by recharging the battery while your car is running. 

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Viscosity Ratings Are the Key to Preserving Engines

When it comes to motor oils, viscosity refers to the ability of oil to flow in certain conditions. When a motor is running, heat is a major factor in how oil covers and lubricates an engine. This is why it is important to use oil with adequate viscosity. Not enough viscosity will cause a car’s engine parts to have undue wear and damage.

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How the Nissan Frontier Deals with Hills

To protect you on city drives or off-road adventures, the Nissan Frontiers relies on Zone Body construction that reinforces certain areas and strategically places crumple zones to dissipate collision energy. The Advanced Air Bag System includes dual stages for the front and sensors to detect whether a front passenger is present. 

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