If you are in the market for a new truck, that means you likely value hard work and need a pickup that echoes that mentality. Let us introduce you to the 2017 Nissan Titan. Rather than read our opinions, though, read what the critics have to say in their 2017 Nissan Titan reviews. If you like what you read, test drive a new Titan today.
U.S. News & World Report gave the Titan an overall score of 8.4 out of 10. Specifically, U.S. News liked the Titan’s “smooth ride,” “spacious seats,” and “versatile bed.” Motor Trend also had plenty of things to praise when it came to the 2017 Titan, including its “handsome new styling,” its “standard V8 power,” and, of course, its “generous standard five-year/100,000-mile warranty.”
Edmunds also listed a number of pros for the new Titan full-size pickup. Among those were the standard V8 (echoing Motor Trend), the “numerous in-cabin and bed storage solutions,” that generous warranty (again, echoing Motor Trend), and the “optional Pro-4X off-road package [that] offers useful upgrades for backcountry use.”
Still not convinced? Come into Tom Naquin to test drive the all-new 2017 Nissan Titan, and we guarantee you’ll fall in love with this pickup the first time your foot hits the gas.
The 2017 Nissan Rogue is a sleek and efficient SUV that is perfectly suited to small and large families. Powerful yet safe, the Rogue delivers strong driving performance and luxury amenities all at once. Hear what the critics have to say about the new Rogue before making your decision with our collection of key elements of several different 2017 Nissan Rogue reviews, straight from the mouths (or keyboards, rather) of the critics.
U.S. News & World Report gave the 2017 Rogue an 8.0 out of 10, lauding the SUV for its “large cargo area with innovative storage system,” its “classy interior with upscale finishes,” and its “excellent fuel economy” at up to 33 miles per gallon on the highway.*
Meanwhile, Edmunds called the Rogue’s front seat comfort “best-in-class” and also praised ride quality, the “versatile cargo storage,” and the “user-friendly tech options.” Motor Trend gave kudos to the Rogue’s hybrid variant and also granted a stamp of approval to the suite of safety features and the Rogue’s “quiet interior.”
Finally, KBB.com gave the 2017 Nissan Rogue an 8.8 out of 10 and praised the choice between the five-passenger and seven-passenger Rogues.
While you won’t find the Nissan Serena minivan rolling around North American streets just yet, it is making remarkable first impressions in Japan. The well-priced minivan comes stocked with more advanced autonomous technologies than many high-end sedans.
Nissan took a risk when by introducing its Level-2 autonomous driving technology in the mass-market minivan as opposed to a high-end INFINITI model. The risk paid off with the Serena’s sales jumping by more than 60 percent between August 2016 and May 2017.
The Nissan Serena boasts technology similar to that found in the Tesla Model S. This autonomous technology controls the vehicle’s steering and speed without the need for driver intervention. Labeled the ProPilot driver-assist system, this technology makes driving an entirely new experience. The X-Trail SUV is currently available with the system as well.
Around 60 percent of drivers who bought the Serena added the ProPilot driver-assist system. 80 percent of those who have ordered the X-Trail did so with the ProPilot driver-assist system.
“The early success of ProPilot has given us a head start,” said Daniele Schillaci, Nissan Executive Vice President. “It’s also a building block for future autonomous drive technologies.”
At Tom Naquin, we are proud to be part of the Nissan family and can’t wait to see the advancements Nissan continues to make.
The world has gone crazy with Star Wars fever—and we at Tom Naquin Automotive are sharing that madness! We loved The Force Awakens and we can’t wait until Rogue One comes out next month.
For those of us who can’t get enough Star Wars, Nissan is using its partnership with the popular sci-fi franchise to promote the redesigned Rogue SUV—and offer fans some exciting things in the process.
Having undergone a few exterior design changes, the Nissan Rogue will be receiving a Star Wars-themed special edition available in limited quantities. The 2017 Nissan Rogue: Rogue One Star Wars Limited Edition will be revealed at the LA Auto Show and will go on sale shortly after. If you want to see the Rogue in action, Nissan has also released an exciting trailer of the SUV in action—right in the middle of an epic Star Wars battle.
More than 230,000 LEAFs have been sold since it was introduced in 2010, making it the most popular electric car in the world. Renault is also the best-selling EV brand in Europe and recently delivered its 100,000th electric vehicle to a customer in Norway in person.
The Renault-Nissan partnership is the only auto group in the world that sells a wide range of electric vehicles, including the LEAF and several others like the e-NV200, a commercial vehicle that is mostly used in Europe and Japan. Renault sells four EVs of its own: the ZOE, the Kangoo Z.E. van, the SM3 Z.E. sedan, and the Twizy, which is a two-seater used for city commutes.
Renault Nissan continues to innovate and push for better range and safety, setting its eventual dual goal as an entire lineup of cars with “zero emissions and zero fatalities.” In recent years Renault Nissan has dramatically improved the range of all its vehicles as well as developing advanced driver assist technologies.