Nissan has broadened its horizons a great deal in the past years with the revival of the legendary Z sports coupe; the bold revamping of the Pathfinder and Xterra SUV’s; and the addition of a full size pickup with the new Titan.
Nissan 350Z: A fleet footed sports coupe with an optional 300hp V6 engine is the characteristic that stands out the most with the 350Z. Or is it the cutting edge styling? Or its stout handling? Or is it the stylishly appointed interior? Whatever your reason for checking out the 350Z, it’s sure to please on a number of levels.
Nissan Altima: Starting at around twenty grand for the 175hp 4-cylinder base model, the Altima is a midsize sedan with some very appealing optional equipment like a 300hp V6, leather seating and navigation. This range of options allows the Altima to fall into the economical, fuel efficient bracket, but it shouldn’t be overlooked for style and performance.
Nissan Armada: A full-size SUV with a full list of features. Attributes like a 305hp V8, a 9,100 lb. towing capacity, and seating for up to eight. Optional equipment like a rear seat DVD system and navigation make this big rig a big winner for those who must have loads of space, but don’t want to be driving a breadbox on wheels.
Nissan Frontier: A midsize truck with some big features, like an optional 4.0L V6, and a four-door crew cab variation, this mid range truck doesn’t have to think big—it is big.
Nissan Maxima: A full size sedan with a full list of optional equipment: leather seating, Bose stereo, navigation and a glass-paneled roof. This car is sheik, functional, and available.
Nissan Murano: A sporty midsize SUV with a face that’s way ahead of its time. Keeping the futuristic Murano ahead of the game is a standard 245hp V6 engine. With features like optional all wheel drive and seating for five, the Murano can compete in the options war should the competition catch up.
Nissan Pathfinder: The Pathfinder has been reinvented with a rugged new identity, bold styling and the off road capability to back it all up. The Pathfinder has third row seating that folds flat, plenty of cargo space, and a 4.0L V6 engine. Optional All-Mode 4WD and Hill Descent Control will keep you going on the path less traveled.
Nissan Quest: A minivan that actually brings the words “style” and “sporty” into the description, the Quest is a fresh looking design with seating for seven, V6 power and options like navigation and a DVD entertainment system, and an available glass-paneled roof.
Nissan Sentra: A sporty entry-level sedan, the little Sentra is an appealing design with reliability and affordability to match its good looks. The Sentra can be upgraded with two engine options, or an optional Rockford Fosgate stereo system.
Nissan Titan: Titan, Nissan’s new full size pickup, is a force with which to be reckoned. With a 305hp V8, a 9,500 lb. towing capacity and suicide doors leading to the rear extra-cab, the Titan has all the features the competition does, with a bold new styling that is definitively Nissan.
Nissan Xterra: A functional, go-anywhere midsize SUV for the functional, go-anywhere kind of driver. The Xterra was designed with the active lifestyle in mind: off road capability, a roof-rack, and first aid kit are all part of the package.