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Nissan's 2014 line-up includes new and improved versions of many of its top-selling vehicles, including the popular Rogue. The Versa, the least expensive new car in the country, will also get a few tweaks to its simplistic, but efficient design.
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Overview New Nissans for 2014 are beginning to roll of factory assembly lines worldwide. Like any model year, Nissan has developed some exciting new features for its 2014 vehicles that Nissan enthusiasts and consumers on the market for a new vehicle will want to check out.
Nissan Altima The Altima is a popular Nissan Sedan and the company introduced its fifth generation model in 2013. The new 2014 models tweak the fifth generation design a little offering: • - Improved safety features • - New sport and audio technology options • - Interior upgrades
Nissan Maxima The Maxima has long been Nissan’s flagship sedan. The 2014 model offers some upgrades, including: • New S package offering HID lights, rearview mirror compass, fog lights, outside mirror turn signals and more. • Rear view monitor offered standard. • New exterior colors. • 3.5 liter V6 engine offered in two models.
Nissan Sentra Nissan’s compact car introduces a few interesting upgrades for the 2014 model year, including: • Upgraded transmission tuning • Upgraded steering and suspension tuning • Seven models, each with a standard 1.8 liter, 4-cylinder engine • Auto hazard warning signal • Front seat storage pockets
Nissan Versa America’s most affordable new car, the Nissan Versa doesn’t skimp on quality to offer a bargain price to consumers. The new Versa will include some great features auto consumers looking for an affordable small car will be sure to enjoy, including: • Rearview camera options • Spacious back seat • A new Nissan Versa Note model offering a variety of new options for sub-compact car enthusiasts. • The Versa has a great safety record, receiving four out of five stars for overall crash protection, three of five stars for frontal-impact protection and four of five stars for side- impact protection from government evaluators.
Nissan Rogue Nissan is updating the Rogue, one of its best-selling vehicles, but will continue to sell current versions of the Rogue as Rogue Selects. The new model will be a little more expensive and will include some new features. The new Rogue will include extra seating and will get 33 mpg on the highway.
Nissan Pathfinder Nissan is upgrading the Pathfinder for 2014. The new Pathfinder will be more sleek and aerodynamic than past Pathfinders. Nissan is including some new amenities such as seat cooling, extra storage space and Tri-Zone entertainment too. Also, most models of the Pathfinder will be getting a price cut. The new Pathfinder is phasing out diesel engines, but a 2.5 litre four-cylinder supercharged hybrid version of the Pathfinder will be introduced. The Pathfinder has an enviable safety record, receiving the highest government side impact safety rating for the 2013 year model. This commitment to safety is expected to continue.
Earth-Friendly Engines With regard to large trucks, Cummins Inc. will be producing large clean diesel engines for Nissan beginning in the fourth quarter of 2014. These new, energy efficient and low-emission engines will come in standard and turbo-charged versions. The engines will be built at Cummins’ plant in Columbus, Ind.
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