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2018 Nissan LEAF EV Dials Up Style, Range, and Nerd Status

As you might have heard, the 2018 Nissan LEAF will arrive all-new for 2018. After a long wait, it’s finally debuted, with fresh styling and technology that will make any tech nerd feel right at home. With features like one pedal driving through e-Pedal technology, and ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving, the LEAF hasn’t one-upped itself, but also promises a revolutionary experience.

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Past, Present, and Future: The Nissan Datsun 110

We love to brag about the variety of cars in our used model inventory, but one gem that you may not see on our lot is the Datsun 110 sedan, mostly due to the fact that these models are rare, but also because the drivers who own these vehicles don’t tend to let them go so easily.

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Go Electric with the 2017 Nissan LEAF Hatchback

 

 

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Are you looking to charge into the exciting, ever-expanding world of electric vehicles? Are you ready to leave gasoline behind? Are you ready to... turn over a new leaf?

Then get ready for the 2017 Nissan LEAF.

If you're wondering if "electric vehicle" is a wholly-accurate description of this hatchback, we're happy to say that it is. With nary a gas tank or tailpipe in sight, the Nissan LEAF is 100% electric.

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Nissan to Release Eight 2018 Models with Standard AEB

The future is starting to look safer already and a big step isn't too far away. Nissan announced that eight of its 2018 models will come with automatic emergency braking (AEB) as a standard feature.

The upcoming 2018 Rogue, Rogue Sport, Sentra, Altima, Leaf, Pathfinder, and Murano are slated to have standard AEB, putting Nissan ahead of many other automakers who are aiming to standardize the feature by 2022.

What is AEB?

Automatic emergency braking helps to save lives by helping drivers to reduce the impact of collisions or avoid them altogether.

How does it work?

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AutoGuide.com Goes Gaga for Stylish, Speedy 2017 Nissan GT-R

Would you like to amplify the excitement of your daily drives; to enjoy a vehicle that allows you to turn out top-flight thrills each and every time you turn the key?

Well, if that sounds like something you'd be into, we here at Clinton Nissan feel it's high time you met our superstar sports coupe, the 2017 GT-R.

Check the clip below to hear all about it from AutoGuide.com Features Editor Sami Haj-Assaad:

No doubt the most racetrack-ready model across the GT-R range, the top-of-the-line Nismo is altogether in a league of its own.

Standard equipment on…

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Familiarize Yourself with the Fresh-Faced 2017 Nissan Armada

It seems to us at Clinton Nissan that our friends over at Autotrader can't quite get enough of our beloved Japanese brand. Last time we checked in with you, we were sharing their largely laudatory review for Nissan's midsize sedan, the Maxima.

This time, though, they've set their sights squarely on the automaker's full-size SUV, the recently redesigned 2017 Armada.

And what about this vehicle did they enjoy most? Hear the story straight from the horse's mouth -- in this case, Autotrader pundit Brian Moody:

If you want to enjoy some big-time bang for your buck…

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Autotrader States Case for Striking 2017 Nissan Maxima

If you've been shopping the midsize sedan segment for your next daily driver, we here at Clinton Nissan just so happen to have a solution -- and we think you'll find it in the form of ours, the 2017 Maxima.

And how can we be so sure?

That answer, conveniently enough, can be found in the clip below; join Autotrader critic Jabari Jones for a closer look at the Maxima:

Just beneath the Maxima's bonnet, a most dazzling drivetrain dwells. Coupling with a continuously variable transmission, this 3.5-liter V6 engine churns out a colossal 300 horsepower and…

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Revs Onto Lots this Spring

And joining Nissan Rogue to invigorate the lineup, 2017 Rogue Sport looks to broaden its appeal beyond the SUV segment to include those of active urban lifestyle bent.

Even at slightly smaller dimensions than Rogue, at a 104.2 in. wheelbase comparable to Rogue's 106.5 in., and at a shorter 172.4 in. length, Rogue Sport is still set to offer comparable width, along with a lower 62.5 in. height, making it ideal for zooming round the city and environs with the responsive handling and maneuverability made possible by an independent front...

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