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An Oil Change Is What Your Car Needs

One of the most common maintenance issues car owners have to deal with are oil changes. It's an important part of the upkeep of the vehicle. Your vehicle manual will give you recommendations for when it should be changed. Many people also recommend oil changes at least every 3-5,000 miles.

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Introducing The Lastest In EV News; Introducing the 2018 Nissan LEAF

 

 

The new Nissan LEAF. Simply Amazing. #Nissan #LEAF #IntelligentMobility

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Take heed, all electric-vehicle enthusiasts and Nissan fans. Nissan's newest iteration of the LEAF EV has officially arrived. Sporting a starting price that's even lower than the previous generation LEAF, a range that has roughly doubled, and a plethora of new technology, the new LEAF packs a punch.

 

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Steps on How to Check Your Oil

Checking your oil is very important to the longevity of your vehicle. Without maintaining the proper oil level your engine won't be able to run efficiently and it may experience damage. You should check your oil once a month to ensure that your oil level is correct and that there aren't any leaks. If you do have an oil leak you should check your oil more often. Here's what you should do to check your oil:

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Nissan Announces Standard Automatic Emergency Braking on Certain 2018 Models

Nissan has some exciting new developments and one of them is heading right for us.

Luckily, it'll be able to brake automatically before it hits.

See where we're going with this? Nissan announced that eight 2018 models will come with standard automatic emergency braking (AEB).

We can expect to see this feature on these 2018 models:

  • Rogue
  • Rogue Sport
  • Sentra
  • Altima
  • Leaf
  • Pathfinder
  • Murano

AEB is an optional feature on some 2017 Nissan models, so standard AEB for certain future models is an exciting development.

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Expert Nissan Services and Repairs in Dallas, TX

Clay Cooley Nissan has a state-of-the-art service center with certified technicians ready to assist you today. We handle everything from general repairs to preventative maintenance to get you back on the road safely and quickly. Our technicians have years of experience and want to make your next servicing appointment a pleasure.

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Experience Functionality on Your Voyage in the 2017 Nissan Sentra

Convenience and functionality are shown proudly in the 2017 Nissan Sentra. With offered features like remote keyless entry, trip computer, and even a low tire pressure warning amenity, you can have an entertaining trip as well as an informative one because of the amenities that can assist you in your drive. You will be able to easily get into your car, enjoy the ride with music and navigation services, and also get advised if there are any changes to the tire pressure in any of your vehicle’s tires. This sounds convenient, doesn’t it?...

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How to Get Better Gas Mileage

Buying, owning, and maintaining a car can be a major expense in your budget. It makes sense to not spend any more on fuel than is necessary while driving your vehicle. There are ways to save on fuel as well as wear and tear while driving.

Here are some fuel saving tips:

*Use your cruise control while on the open road or highway. An even speed uses less fuel.

*Adhere to the posted speed limit. Speeds over 50 mph can consume more gas and lower your gas mileage average...

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How to Preserve Your Tires as Long as Possible

The tires on your vehicle should last you as long as the manufacturer advises that they should last for. For example, you should get probably 50,000 miles out of a set of tires that specify that you should, in fact, get that amount of miles. Keeping up with tire care can help you with that. One instance of a tire maintenance practice that you will generally need to keep up with is your tire rotation. Tire rotation is when a professional takes your rear tires and places them in the front and puts the front ones in the back…

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