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Nissan Titan Performance Features

This popular addition to the Nissan lineup is a full-sized pickup with plenty of hauling power and payload space. For nearly two decades, it has consistently performed above expectations in its vehicle class.

For rugged construction that still offers a smooth ride both on and off the road, the Titan features a front suspension that is reinforced with an innovative double-wishbone construction to absorb unexpected jolts and bumps. This truck also excels at towing large objects like trailers and boats with its wide wheel base and integrated tow/haul mode built into the steering wheel...

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The 2018 Nissan Armada Is Elegant And Rugged

The 2018 Nissan Armada is second to none in terms of options and capabilities. The vehicle demonstrates a tremendous amount of towing capacity to go along with an all-wheel-drive system. New car shoppers will be excited to experience all of the attributes that the new Nissan has to provide.

The 2018 Nissan Armada has plenty of power with its 5.6 direct injection gasoline V8 engine. It carries 390 horsepower and offers 394 pounds of torque. The engine provides a massive towing capacity of 8500 lbs. The Dual Overhead cams, WEL valve control and 32 valves make the throttle of…
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The Nissan Altima Might Be a Smart Choice for You

If you're looking for a midsize sedan, you can take a look at the 2018 Nissan Altima. For years, it's been a popular option for practical buyers who want something safe and reliable. The 2018 model includes new features that help it stand apart from others.

Since maintaining the safety of you and those around you is your main priority, it can be assuring to know that an Altima can help you steer clear of obstacles. The Automatic Emergency Braking feature can be used to help avoid a collision or reduce the force of an impact.

 

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Where will your Maxima take you?

What features do you look for when shopping around for a new vehicle? Our team here at Jenkins Nissan understand how important it is to find the right features, and we’re here to show you some of the ones on the 2018 Maxima.

Let’s start with this popular luxury sedan’s automatic transmission. When you need additional control in shifting, you can use the steering column mounted paddle shifters. They’re easily within reach so that you can make adjustments on turns.

When you take sharp curves, the intelligent trace control system can help with handling by...

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Nissan Rogue: A Compact SUV With Powerful Performance

When you buy an SUV, you're investing in your next adventure. The Nissan Rogue is a popular compact SUV that has the performance features you need for your next road trip.

On long rides, you need an engine capable of going the distance. The Nissan Rogue is equipped with a 2.5-liter engine, the perfect combination of power and fuel economy. Thanks to the Continuously Variable Valve Timing Control System, the Rogue is able to deliver 170 hp. The efficiency of the engine is enhanced by the advanced Xtronic CVT transmission. This transmission is designed to help the engine…

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Nissan Pathfinder Provides Class-Leading Tow Ratings

If you need to seat a crowd, but you also need to tow, you've got to be careful which SUV you pick in Lakeland, FL. Fortunately, the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder can promise you serious towing power that's top of its class.

With a 6,000-pound rating, the Pathfinder can handle more than its three-row midsize rivals. This may allow you to bring a recreational boat or lightweight camper. You've got plenty of leeway to tow jet skis, snow mobiles, four-wheelers or other sports equipment for the family on the go. Power is delivered by a 284-horsepower V6…

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How Important is the Engine Cooling System Maintenance Check-Up?


The reason that it is so important that you are getting the cooling system inspected at the service center is because it takes a number of different parts to keep the engine operating at the right temperature.

The mechanic will first check all the belts and hoses of the cooling system. If the belts have wear or are slipping, they need to be replaced. If hose clamps are corroded and failing, they could allow coolant to leak.

The radiator is where the coolant goes to cool down, so this part and the fan will be checked for any issues. The…
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Does the battery just sit there after you start the car?

Your battery sacrifices some voltage during the car starting process. If you were to measure the voltage remaining in your battery just after you started your engine, you would find a voltage remaining somewhere between 11.7 volts and 11.3 volts on a good battery. If your battery is not so good, then the voltage remaining will be less.

While your car is running, the alternator acts as a recharging agent. The alternator sends voltage back into the battery until it reaches its top voltage storing capacity. In most modern vehicles, the alternator senses when the....

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Fluid Service: Check For All Fluids To Be Looked At


Owning a car is a lot of responsibility. The maintenance on the vehicle is going to allow the car to run for long periods of time and for a length of time that it may not have otherwise made it to if the service schedule had not been followed.

Service schedules are made on the vehicle to ensure that the motor, transmission, brakes, and radiator are at proper levels for operating the car. If any of these levels are down, restoring the correct amount of fluid is imperative to preventing damage to the car.


 
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How to Detect a Leaky Exhaust System


A vehicle's exhaust system protects you and your passengers from the dangerous gasses emitted from the engine while running. If the system is not performing correctly, you or your passengers could be at risk of being exposed to potentially fatal fumes. Take your vehicle to a service center immediately if you become aware of any of the following signs of a leaky exhaust system.
  • Noticing a new vibration when touching the steering wheel or a sudden loss of power.
  • Stopping more often to fill up with gas.
  • New noise such as popping or hissing coming from the tailpipe.
Being…
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