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2018 Nissan Rogue vs 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport
Crossovers are a sound option for plenty of drivers. They offer relative efficiency, plenty of features, and plenty of options on engine, styling, and drivetrain. Two of Nissan’s most popular crossovers are the Nissan Rogue and the Nissan Rogue Sport. Both of these models have a lot to offer their drivers, but not all drivers are aware of exactly what sets them apart. The team here at Jack Ingram Nissan wants you to always shop informed, so we put together this comparison of the 2018 Nissan Rogue vs the 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport. Keep reading this blog post to learn more! (more…)
Nissan work vans Montgomery AL
When it comes to your business, you want to make sure that you and your people have the very best tools to do your jobs. Sometimes, these tools are small, like the right drill or shovel. Other times, they’re much bigger, like a work van or truck. The team here at Jack Ingram Nissan is happy to inform you that our selection of Nissan work vans are industry leaders. From hauling goods, to people, and providing services, Nissan’s unique and versatile family of work vans is ideal for all applications. It’s our job to make sure that you’re well-informed on all things Nissan, so we put together this helpful post with a rundown of our models. Keep reading this post for more information on Nissan Work vans in Montgomery AL here at Jack Ingram Nissan. (more…)
2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Specs
To introduce the all-new Nissan Rogue Sport, a subcompact version of the Rogue built for young drivers and weekend-adventurers, Nissan USA released a host of videos on its youtube page highlighting all of the great features the Rogue Sport has to offer. We’ve included the Rogue Sport walk-around video, as well as a Rogue Sport and Rogue comparison video. Watch the two videos below to learn more about the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Specs.
Difference Between the Nissan Altima and Maxima
The Nissan Altima and Maxima are both popular, spacious sedans with plenty of standard features and amenities to satisfy a wide variety of drivers. One of the questions most asked about Nissan’s top-selling sedan models is: What’s the difference between the Nissan Altima and Maxima? We’ve put together a model comparison of the 2017 Altima and the 2017 Maxima to help interested drivers decide which sedan best fits their budget, needs, and style.
Browse the most affordable vehicles in the Nissan lineup, and both the Versa and Versa Note will likely grab your attention. The 2016 Versa starts at just $11,990 while the Versa Note starts at a still-budget-friendly $14,180. Other than the pricing, there are a few important differences between these two models.
The biggest difference between the Versa and Versa Note is their body style. The Versa is a sedan while the Versa Note is a hatchback. This difference in style means that the Versa Note is more spacious, offering a bit more headroom and cargo room. When you compare the specifications, you will notice that the Versa Note has more front headroom and more second-row legroom and headroom. It is also important to notice that because it is a sedan, the Versa only has 14.9 cubic feet for cargo, which is within its trunk. The hatchback design of the Versa Note gives you 18.8 cubic feet behind the rear seats. Folding them down increases this to 38.3 cubic feet.
If your goal is customizing your Nissan, then the Versa Note offers slightly more choices. The Versa Sedan is available as the S, S Plus, SV, or SL trim. The Versa Note, however, adds an SR trim between the SV and SL, giving you some sporty features.
There are also minor differences in the features found on the Versa and Versa Note. To compare the vehicles in detail, talk to the team at Jack Ingram Nissan in Montgomery, Alabama.
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