We have been keeping many of our trade in’s with higher miles lately. These cars are lower priced and are the type of cars you would be buying from a Private Party rather than a dealership. Some have mileage at or close to 200K. They all have passed smog and safety tests. Come in to see what we have to offer.
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This is the best launch of a new redesigned product Nissan has had in a very long time. The Rogue for 2014 has so many new enhancements that we needed on this great selling model line. In addition to the redesign of the Rogue Nissan has added some terrific new features to the car. Some examples are the Family Package on the SV Premium Package which includes 3rd row seating along with Run flat tires. The SL w/Premium Package models incudes
-Power Panoramic Moonroof
- LED Headlights w/
- Auto Levelizer
- Safety Shield Technologies
- Blind Spot Warning
- Lane Departure Warning
- Forward Collision Warning
- Moving Object Detection
Come in and test drive this fantastic vehicle today at OC Nissan Irvine.
Whether you’re a college student, high school student, mom, dad, or someone who commutes a lot, there is a vehicle that offers you everything you need, and that is the 2014 Nissan Versa Note. Let’s face it; practicality these days is sexier than sexy cars that are gas guzzlers. But just because the Versa Note is a highly practical car, that doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style or performance. The 2014 Note is much more visually interesting than the Nissan Versa Sedan, with taillights that resemble that of the Z sports car and headlights of the Nissan LEAF.
According to Nissan, the Versa Note lays claim to best-in-class fuel economy, passenger room and cargo space. This is important, as this has become very competitive in the entry-level car segment. Here are some of the highlights of the Nissan Versa Note:
- Price starting as low as $13,990 for the base model MSRP
- Attractive Exterior Design
- Cargo Capacity that beats the Competition
- 21.4. cubic feet of storage behind the rear seats.
- 109 horsepower with 107 pound-feet of torque.
- Quiet cabin with road and wind noise kept in check
- 36 Highway and 27 City MPG
Bring your kids to OC NIssan Irvine and let them have a fun time in our new kids play room.
Our new play room has kid friendly dvd movies,they can play board games,color and eat popcorn.OC Nissan Irvine where a kid can be a kid.
The new list of the cheapest cars to own and maintain came out today and Forbes rates the Nissan Versa as number 1.The Nissan Juke also made the list.Check it out at http://autos.yahoo.com/news/the-cheapest-2012-cars-to-own.html
Gourmet Lunch TrucksJoin us Friday for lunch! Take a test drive or service your vehicle and have lunch on us.
See you Friday!
Today Friday 1/13/12 through Monday 1/16/2012 2012 Altima’s get up to $3250.00 in Customer Cash from Nissan North America and NMAC! or
0% APR and up to $1,750 in rebates, 0 Down Payment and no payments for 3 months! Call for more details.
(949) 951-7575 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Birthday to our Sales Porters Joe Rivera (October 6th) and Joel Jaime(October 3rd)!!
What do you get when you cross a Nissan Juke with a GT-R?(Credit: On paper, the Nissan GT-R and the Nissan Juke have quite a bit in common. Both cars feature all-wheel-drive systems, both are powered by turbocharged engines, and both have been “blessed” with looks that even a mother would be strained to love. Look past the broad strokes, however, and we shouldn’t have to say that these are two very different cars. In fact, stating that the Juke’s 1.6-liter turbo, CVT, and Xtronic AWD system pales in comparison to the GT-R’s 3.8-liter twin turbo V-6, dual-clutch six-speed gearbox, and ATTESA E-TS dual driveshaft AWD system verges on the understatement of the year, but what if the Juke shared a bit more DNA with the mighty GT-R? That’s the question that Nissan Europe may be asking with the rumored development of a “Super Juke.” Aside from the wilder styling hinted at in this leaked rendering–which includes a wide body kit, GT-R style hood vents, and not one, but two roof spoilers–the Super Juke will also benefit from larger GT-R-style black finish wheels filling the enlarged wheel wells and upgraded brakes. It also looks like the Super Juke is crouched just a bit lower than stock as well.
This isn’t the first wildly styled Juke that we’ve seen, but the speculation doesn’t stop there. Rumors point to a detuned version of the Nissan GT-R’s 3.8-liter twin turbocharged engine residing under the Juke’s hood outputting somewhere in the neighborhood of 480-horsepower (down from the GT-R’s 530-ish horsepower mill). I’m surprised that the larger engine and the ducting required for a pair of turbos will fit under the Super Juke’s hood.
There’s also no word on whether the Juke’s CVT-based Xtronic AWD system has been beefed up to deal with the increased power or if the GT-R’s esoteric ATTESA E-TS Pro AWD system has been swapped in. The Super Juke is likely a one-off model being developed for some car show, but we won’t know for certain until the more details are officially revealed. Odds are slim that this most beastly of Jukes will ever see public consumption. We know that at least one Juke-loving Car Tech editor is waiting with bated breath. (Regular listeners of the Car Tech Live podcast will know exactly who I’m talking about.) Read more: http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-13746_7-20111902-48/nissan-building-gt-r-based-super-juke-rumor/#ixzz1ZNpkSPSW