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2017 Nissan GT-R is the Consummate Sports Coupe

If you're in search of a high-performance sports car for your next vehicular purchase, we here at Nissan of Orangeburg think you might like to have a good, long look at ours, the 2017 GT-R.

And why's that, you wonder?

AutoGuide.com Features Editor Sami Haj-Assaad is here to offer an explanation; join him in the clip below:

Beneath the snout of the base GT-R, a turbocharged 3.8-liter V6 engine syncs with a six-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Pairing with a standard all-wheel-drive system, the GT-R musters a monstrous 565 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque.

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Rigorous History Reports Protect Used Car Buyers

It's important for the customer to protect their investment, especially if it's something as expensive as a vehicle. These are some of the more expensive items that we'll buy, so it will behoove any interested used car buyer to do their homework.

Here at Nissan of Orangeburg, we insist that every car in our inventory undergo thorough history reports. This is an industry standard that most companies follow to protect not only themselves but also to protect every buyer that steps onto virtually any lot. CARFAX, AutoCheck, and others are trusted tools in the industry for this…

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Why Frequent Oil Changes are Important for Your Nissan Model

Remember how happy you were when you drove your new car for the first time? It was like a whole new world had opened up before your eyes. That pride of ownership made you sit a little taller with a smile on your face. It makes sense that you want your car and that feeling, to last as long as possible.

The easiest way to do that is with regular maintenance, including the oil change. Engine oil lubricates and cools your engine, increasing gas mileage and prolonging the life of your car, but you may not know how to modify…

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Automated Brakes Soon Standard on Nissan

Last year the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reached a voluntary agreement with 20 vehicle manufacturers to make automated braking the standard by the year 2022. But, Nissan has decided to up the ante and begin standardizing their vehicles ahead of the new federal safety rules by four years.

 

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Stay Up to Date When You Lease a New Nissan Model

Are you looking to get behind the wheel of a brand new Nissan model like a Nissan Rogue? Would you like to be able to drive a new car every few years? Consider leasing!

Buying vs. Leasing

When you buy a new car, it's yours.

When you lease a new car, you borrow it for a few years and then bring it back.

You also get to enjoy other leasing benefits like:

  • Up-to-date technology and safety features
  • Maintenance and service warranty coverage
  • Lower initial and monthly payments compared to financing
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Tire Rotation

Anytime your drive a car, one of the most important parts is the tires. This part of the car covers the wheels and allows your vehicle to ride smoothly as well as giving you a feeling of safety. Since the tires make contact with various surfaces, they take a lot of punishment. As a result, they will need to be replaced sooner or later. While getting the tires replaced can be quite a hassle, there is a way to prolong the life of your tires. The best way to get the most out of your tires is to get a…
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Use Electronic Testers to Test the Car Battery

Some signs of a bad car battery are more obvious than others, such as the battery is dead. Batteries typically last around three or four years. Sometimes they won't last quite as long and sometimes they will last longer. It all depends on a multitude of factors such as the climate and how hard the vehicle is typically ran. When you are getting close to that three year mark, it is always important to have the battery checked on a continual bases to ensure that is is still functioning properly and that it isn't about to just quit…
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