5 Things to Know About the Nissan Kicks

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2018 Nissan Models, Nissan Kicks, Palm Springs Nissan on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018 at 7:12 PM
5 things to know about the Nissan Kicks

The Nissan Kicks is a subcompact SUV. It offers you a fun driving experience with great technology and features as well as a low base price and ample cargo space. There is a lot to love about the 2018 Nissan Kicks, but we have picked out five things you should know about this vehicle. Learn five things about the Nissan Kicks below.

  1. The Kicks has Standard Autonomous Emergency Braking – Safety technology is becoming very important in vehicles. It is always impressive when vehicles offer these safety features standard instead of having you pay extra for them. In the 2018 Nissan Kicks, you get autonomous emergency braking standard, and you also get forward collision warning and a rearview camera standard.

 

  1. The Starting Price is Under $19,000 – Impressive for its class, the price for the Nissan Kicks starts out under $19,000. It is also important to note that this vehicle gives you a lot of standard features for this price. One big reason to be interested in this vehicle is the good value that it offers.

 

  1. The Engine is a 1.6-liter Four-Cylinder – The Nissan Kicks is powered by a naturally aspirated 1.6-cylinder engine. This engine produces 125-horsepower and 115 pound-feet of torque. Also, the Nissan Kicks stands out in terms of fuel efficiency. This vehicle offers you 31 city miles per gallon and 36 highway miles per gallon, which is very good for its class. The 2018 Nissan Kicks also gives you standard front-wheel drive and a continuously variable automatic transmission.

 

  1. There is Good Tech – The 2018 Nissan Kicks has a lot of good technology standard. This technology includes a six-speaker audio system, two USB ports, Bluetooth, a push-button start, a rearview camera, a 7-inch touch-screen infotainment system, and more.

 

  1. The Kicks Has Impressive Cargo Space – When you are buying a small vehicle, making the most out of your cargo space is important. The 2018 Nissan Kicks offers you 25.3 cubic feet of cargo space and 32.3 cubic feet of space with the seats folded down. This is good for the overall size of this vehicle.

Are you interested in the 2018 Nissan Kicks? You can come down and take a test drive at Palm Springs Nissan. Palm Springs Nissan is a Nissan dealer near you. We have a great selection of new and used Nissan vehicles including 2019 Nissan models. If you are looking to upgrade your vehicle, come down to see us today. We are your Nissan dealer in Palm Springs.

Nissan Frontier Chugs Along Into It’s 15th Model Year

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2019 Nissan Models, Nissan Frontier, Palm Springs Nissan on Thursday, September 13th, 2018 at 4:50 PM
2019 Nissan Frontier

This just in: the Nissan Frontier has done it again, creating a great pickup truck for the 15th model year lasting longer than most of its competitors! Even better, the Frontier just keeps getting refreshed every new model year. So, what’s new for the 2019 Frontier? Check it out here from your Nissan dealer at Palm Springs Nissan.

 

The Nissan Frontier has been around the market for a decade, and it comes to no surprise that another new model is on the rise. The 2019 price was just announced starting at $18,990 (remaining the same as the 2018). It is no wonder why the Frontier remains the most affordable pickup truck.

 

But don’t you all worry, same price, but defiantly not the same truck as the 2018 Frontier model. The 2019 Frontier comes stacked with a seven-inch colored touchscreen standard for SV and S trims. New truck, new options and the Frontier has the option to be sold in King and Crew cab style. Aside from the cab style, there is plenty of options for engines. There is a 4.0-liter V6 engine with a 261 horsepower, or 2.5-liter inline four-cylinder engine with 152 horsepower on the King cab body style.

 

Think that’s it? The Frontier offers five trim styles and a Midnight Edition Package that contains a gloss black grille, 18-inch gloss black wheels, black mirrors and door handles, and black badging. The inside shows off with a rearview camera along with Bluetooth connectivity. The choice of leather or cloth seating is available with trims.

 

Wondering when you can get your hands on the new 2019 Nissan Frontier? Visit your Nissan dealer in Palm Springs today to find out more! See our large selection of new and pre-owned 2019 models for sale nearby. We are looking forward to serving you and helping you find your new Nissan model.

2018 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2018 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van on Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 at 8:46 PM

It isn’t always easy to find the right vehicle for your business. Buying a work van or truck can be a tough process because you want to be sure your vehicle matches your business needs and holds up to the work you need done. However, shopping for a van for your business just got easier. If you are looking for a cargo van for your business, you will want to look into the 2018 Nissan NV200 Cargo Van. Learn more below.

When you are taking your work on the road, you need to be sure you have the storage space for tools, supplies, or whatever you need. The 2018 Nissan NV200 cargo van gives you up to 122.7 cubic feet of cargo volume with wide-opening rear doors and sliding doors on each side to make it easy to load and unload.

Technology is also important when you are working on the go. The 2018 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van has some great technology features and options to keep you and your business going. This cargo van has available power outlets, available NissanConnect with navigation and mobile apps, and many other high-tech conveniences available. The passenger seat even folds down to create a work desk for when you are on the go.

The 2018 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van also has some great safety features to keep you and your work safe while you are on the road. There are a lot of active and passive safety features looking out for you in this cargo van. One of these great features is the rearview monitor that will make is easy to find your way into small parking spaces or loading areas. This vehicle also has features like air bags, an anti-lock braking system, vehicle dynamic control, a tire pressure monitoring system, and an engine immobilizer.

You can get the job done with the 2018 Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van. This vehicle will help make your job and your life easier so check it out today.

Looking to upgrade to a new vehicle like the Nissan NV200 Compact Cargo Van? Palm Springs Nissan is here to help you. We have a wide selection of vehicles, and we are ready to help you upgrade today. Our experienced staff can help you find what you really need to fit with your needs and your budget.

Stop by Palm Springs Nissan today. We are a Nissan dealer near you, and we are happy to help you find your next vehicle.

The Most Exciting Feature of the 2018 Nissan Armada? A Mirror.

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2018 Nissan Armada, 2018 Nissan Models, Nissan Armada features on Thursday, August 23rd, 2018 at 5:18 PM

Nissan Armada

The 2018 Nissan Armada is making waves on Palm Springs Nissan dealer lots thanks to its superior design, awesome powertrain options and advanced security features. But the component that has Nissan fans most excited might surprise you: Folks are clamoring just to take a look at the new Nissan Armada’s rear view mirror.

 

Sounds silly, right? Well, this is no ordinary mirror.

 

The 2018 Nissan Armada’s Intelligent Rear View Mirror (I-RVM) uses a high-resolution camera mounted to the rear of the vehicle to project an image onto an LCD monitor built into the mirror. The video image allows drivers to see what’s behind them without trying to see around interior obstacles like cargo and rear headrests.

 

The Intelligent Rear View Mirror system also helps improve visibility in low-light conditions, dramatically reduces glare, and offers drivers an expanded field of view thanks to the camera’s wide angle lens.

 

Even if your Nissan Armada’s cargo area is piled high with luggage or groceries and you’ve got the kids or a pet in your back seat, you’ll be able to see clearly behind the car using the I-RVM system. You can even sync the mirror to your own custom needs–the option exists to use the I-RVM’s settings to sync the mirror to your garage door opener, control the brightness of the video image and more.

 

Of course, the traditional rear view mirror is still there. All drivers have to do is flip a switch located on the bottom of the mirror to access either the traditional rearview mirror system or the new Intelligent Rear View Mirror.

 

Naturally, the groundbreaking I-RVM system isn’t all that makes the 2018 Nissan Armada special. The SUV comes standard with a whole range of incredible, futuristic tech features, including NissanConnect Services powered by SiriusXM, an 8-inch multi-touch display, HD Radio, SiriusXM Travel Link with three years of trial access, Enhanced Voice Recognition, a Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant, and plenty of additional USB ports to keep the whole family happy.

 

The new Armada is, after all, a family vehicle. The SUV seats up to 8 passengers in its ultra-roomy, comfortable interior. The Armada offers passenger 40 inches of second row headroom and 41 inches of second row legroom so you can be guaranteed that your daily commute will be comfortable no matter how large the car pool fam is.

 

Front seat passengers will enjoy 8-way power-adjustable bucket seats with heating and cooling. Heated second row seats are standard on certain Armada models. Ask a Nissan dealer near you for more information.

 

Ready to learn more about the 2018 Nissan Armada? Want to test out the new Intelligent Rear View Mirror system for yourself? Visit Palm Springs Nissan today.

Nissan Pathfinder vs. Toyota Highlander: Which SUV Comes Out On Top?

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2019 Nissan Models, Nissan Pathfinder on Monday, August 20th, 2018 at 7:55 PM

Nissan Pathfinder

Today’s SUV market is practically bursting at the seams with options–everything from your sleek, sophisticated luxury trophy cars to your rugged, ultra-spacious people-movers is available on dealer lots. But out of all the popular high-end SUV models available today, the Toyota Highlander and the Nissan Pathfinder are the two ultimate top contenders.

 

Both vehicles offer luxury, practicality, plenty of tech upgrades and great powertrain options. But when you put the Pathfinder and the Highlander side by side, there’s just no question which SUV comes out on top.

 

The Nissan Pathfinder is the SUV to beat.

 

Although the Highlander is described by Toyota as “sleek and refined,” we’re confident that you can find a car on any Nissan dealer lot that could give the Highlander a run for its money. Frankly, the Highlander has nothing on the Pathfinder’s gorgeous, expertly-designed exterior. With a strong sense of adventure, character and presence, the Pathfinder was made to stand out.

 

And inside, the Pathfinder just keeps on shining thanks to its three rows of ample seating, full rear hatch and hyper-functional driver amenities. The vehicle comes with a standard 8.0-inch touchscreen monitor to provide drivers with intuitive access to a variety of vehicle systems and settings like the standard NissanConnect with Voice Recognition for audio, Bluetooth and vehicle information.

 

Although the Highlander comes with a respectable range of driver-assist and safety technology, the Pathfinder once again has it beat. The 2019 Nissan Pathfinder, for example, comes with standard Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), an innovative Rear Door Alert (RDA) system, standard Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC), an available Remote Engine Start function, and a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).

 

And when it comes to what’s under the hood, we think you’ll agree that the Nissan Pathfinder once again steals first place.

 

The 2019 Nissan Pathfinder comes with an advanced 3.5-liter V6 engine with Nissan’s Direct Injection Gasoline (DIG) system to provide better wide-open throttle performance and improved fuel economy and emissions performance. The new engine generates 284 horsepower and 259 lb.-ft. of torque and has an EPA mileage rating of 20 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 23 mpg combined for two-wheel drive models.

 

But we haven’t even told you the best part yet: The new Pathfinder has a class-leading maximum towing capacity of 6,000 pounds. That means you can tow two-axle recreational trailers without even breaking a sweat. We’d like to see the Highlander try that. (Spoiler alert: The 2018 Toyota Highlander’s towing capacity maxes out at 5,000 pounds.)

 

Visit us at Palm Springs Nissan to learn more about the Nissan Pathfinder. Still not convinced that it’s the better option over the Toyota Highlander? No problem–our staff of Nissan nerds can do this all day long.

Titan XD Surfcamp

By autointernetmedia | Posted in Nissan News, Nissan Titan XD Surfcamp, Palm Springs Nissan on Tuesday, August 7th, 2018 at 4:11 PM
Nissan Titan XD Surfcamp

The Nissan Titan truck that you know and love is coming your way in a special edition. The Titan Surfcamp began as the Titan Midnight Edition, but it was transformed to be ready for the beach. Learn more of the details of this vehicle below.

Autoblog describes the Nissan Titan Surfcamp, “Based on a factory-fresh, Mississippi-built Titan XD with the 5.0-liter Cummins turbodiesel, the Surfcamp is more or less a beach bungalow on wheels. It comes with a variety of boards, including surfboards and a paddleboard. To get all the sand and sea salt off at the end of the day, there’s a solar-powered shower!”

As this vehicle is called the Surfcamp, there is also a place to spend the night. The Nissan Titan Surfcamp has a roof-mounted tent where you can relax after a day full of adventures at the beach. This vehicle has more than just fun and games, though. The Nissan Titan Surfcamp also has the power and ability to take on surfside adventures in the sand, with some great performance and capability features.

According to Motor Trend, the Surfcamp has some great updates. Motor Trend tells us, “The Titan Surfcamp starts out as a 2018 Titan XD Midnight Edition, brought to life through a wildly comprehensive and diverse range of upgrades and accessories. A meaty set of Nitto Ridge Grappler tires measuring 35/12.5/17 at all four corners are designed for bounding effortlessly through sand, while an ICON lift kit boosts ground clearance by 3 inches over the Titan’s standard ride height.”

On the inside of the Titan Surfcamp, you can also find some unique features. This truck has wetsuit-inspired seat covers and heavy-duty floor mats to contain the sand from the beach.

The Nissan Titan Surfcamp is clearly ready to drive through the sand and spend all day having adventures. Recently, Nissan has been creating some adventure-themed vehicles to celebrate the active lifestyle and those customers that like adventure.

If you are looking to upgrade to a vehicle like the Titan XD Surfcamp, you can do so at Palm Springs Nissan. Palm Springs Nissan is a Nissan dealer near you, and we have a great selection of new and used cars, trucks, and SUVs.

Stop by Palm Springs Nissan to upgrade to your next vehicle today. We are excited to help you find a vehicle that fits with your lifestyle and your budget, so stop by and see us at 68177 Kyle Road in Cathedral City today.

2018 All Electric LEAF

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2018 Nissan Leaf, 2018 Nissan Models on Thursday, July 19th, 2018 at 8:06 PM
2018 All Electric LEAF

The 2018 Nissan Leaf was not named the world best-selling electric vehicle for nothing. Not only is this vehicle available in three unique versions, but it also has tons of features that make driving easier and more enjoyable.

 

The 2018 Nissan Leaf comes in three different versions: S, SV, and SL. All three versions come standard with a 110kW synchronous electric motor that produces 147 horsepower and delivers 236 lb-ft of torque, a guarantee of being a zero emissions vehicle, a 40 kwh lithium-ion battery, and a 6.6 kW onboard charger.

 

The S version includes a synchronous electric motor, e-pedal, 7-inch information display, automatic temperature control, aerodynamic underbody panels and rear diffuser, and standard automatic emergency braking. This version starts at $29,990.

 

The SV version includes all S features, as well as 17-inch machine-finished aluminum-alloy wheels, Nissan navigation system, NissanConnect EV and Services powered by SiriusXM, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and intelligent cruise control. This version starts at $32,490.

 

Containing every features of the S and SV versions, the SL also includes a portable charge cables, LED headlights with LED signature Daytime Running Lights, leather-appointed seats, blind spot warning, and intelligent around view monitor. This version starts at $36,200.

 

Click here for more information about the 2018 Electric Nissan Leaf, or visit your local Palm Springs Nissan dealer. Just ask the friendly staff at your Palm Springs Nissan dealership to show you to best Nissan models for sale today!

2019 Nissan 370Z Manual

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2019 Nissan 370Z, 2019 Nissan Models, Palm Springs Nissan on Monday, July 9th, 2018 at 3:26 PM
2019 Nissan 370Z

The Nissan 370Z has been around for over ten years, but it can still give you an exciting and adventurous driving experience. What is new for 2019 with the Nissan 370Z? Learn more below.

According to Cars.com, “For 2019, Nissan has slightly updated its three 370Z models — including the coupe, NISMO coupe and roadster — with minor feature additions and a couple of new colors added to the mix. The best part? Starting prices for each of the models is unchanged for the new model year.”

What do those prices look like? The coupe model has a base price of $30,875, the roadster starts at $42,705, and the NISMO has a base price of $46,575. These are pretty affordable prices for this performance vehicle.

What kind of performance do you get with the 2019 Nissan 370Z?

Motor Trend tells us, “All 370Z models are powered by Nissan’s 3.7-liter V-6 producing 332 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. Opt for the NISMO trim level and power rises to 350 hp and 276 lb-ft. The coupe offers the choice of a six-speed manual or a seven-speed automatic driving the rear wheels. Sport and Sport Touring levels add paddle shifters on the automatic. All trim levels of the 370Z Roadster receive a seven-speed automatic with paddle shifters standard.”

This vehicle also gives you other features you will love like SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Bluetooth streaming audio, a hands-free phone system, and more. You also get clever storage space with the 2019 Nissan 370Z including a wide-opening hatch, a hidden parcel box, and an available retractable cargo cover to protect your valuable items.

The Nissan 370Z also features Nissan Intelligent Mobility and the Nissan Safety Shield philosophy. Some of the features included with these systems are an anti-lock braking system, vehicle dynamic control, electronic brake force distribution, and more.

If you are looking for a new Nissan vehicle like the 2019 Nissan 370Z Manual, Palm Springs Nissan is the place to go. We are a Nissan dealer near you, and we are happy to provide you with a great selection of Nissan vehicles.

Finding the vehicle that fits perfectly with your lifestyle doesn’t have to be hard with your Palm Springs Nissan Dealer. We can help you find the vehicle you need whether it is a car, truck, or SUV. We have great vehicles like the Nissan Titan, the Nissan Rogue, and more, so come down and see our selection today.

2018 Nissan Leaf and Rogue Stand Strong

By autointernetmedia | Posted in 2018 Nissan Models on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018 at 7:54 PM

If you are in the market for a 2018 Nissan Leaf or Rogue, get ready for some welcome news. As of this year, Nissan has officially introduced its latest driver-assist technology, ProPilot Assist, in two of its vehicles: the 2018 Nissan LEAF electric vehicle and the 2018 Nissan Rogue crossover. You can find both at Palm Springs Nissan, the go-to destination for Nissan’s on sale, in Cathedral City on Kyle Road. For those new to the technology, ProPilot Assist is paving the way for the next level of autonomous driving, and it is easy and intuitive to use.

 

Those who currently drive or are looking to make their next ride a Rogue are most likely already aware the comfortable, luxurious, and highly rated crossover is one of Nissan’s top sellers in the U.S. for good reason. Its size is solid and sound, and its fuel efficiency is among the best of any crossover on the market. Since Nissan announced it was going to add its ProPilot system to the Rogue for the 2018 model year, the belief among consumers has been anonymously positive in that the technology is at the point Nissan is confident in including it in most of its mainstream models.

 

Although ProPilot is a step in the direction of autonomous driving, do not get too comfy with the idea of turning your car on “auto pilot” mode just yet. Nissan has been firm in their clarification that, while ProPilot does assist the driver, it does not (and cannot) completely drive the car without the driver. The driver is still responsible for the car. End of story. We have no doubt the technology will get to the “autopilot” level someday, but it definitely will not happen this year.

 

On that note, Nissan has stated they want consumers to understand the most recent version of ProPilot is the first of many steps towards fully autonomous driving. This indicates that in the next five to ten years, we can expect to see multi-lane capabilities not limited to lane changing as further driver-assistance options.

 

The ProPilot technology included in the Rogue and LEAF is designed to help a driver on the highway or freeway remain centered in a lane of traffic, particularly while responding to various vehicle inputs that detect the driver’s input, other vehicles, and road conditions. The recommended lane-centering prompts are given via the steering wheel. Feeling out the brief bump from the wheel whenever the car wants you to stay centered comes naturally and impulsively after a few tries. ProPilot does take into account cruise control, which is also very easy to control and adjust.

 

If you want to start using ProPilot in your 2018 Rogue or LEAF, you must first push down the blue ProPilot button on the steering wheel. Doing this feels similar to activating the standard adaptive cruise control button available in all Nissan models. You will know ProPilot is operational when the driver information screen in the center of the front row notifies it is active and cruise control is set. Even if, for some reason, ProPilot does not work, adaptive cruise control will still function normally.

 

As soon as ProPilot Assist is activated, the system will maneuver the vehicle to keep it centered in its lane as well as most challenging highway-geared corners. In order to switch lanes or override the system, simply do so as if ProPilot was not engaged. When you flip your turn signal, ProPilot disengages temporarily and ceases steering prompting. Once you have successfully changed lanes, ProPilot will automatically resume (but not before beeping to alert the driver).

 

Take a 2018 Nissan Rogue or 2018 Nissan LEAF out for a spin to test the ProPilot Assist system at Palm Springs Nissan this week. Give us, your local Nissan dealer a call at (760) 328-2800 or visit us at 68177 Kyle Road in Cathedral City, CA 92234. The Palm Springs Nissan team looks forward to serving you!

 

2018 Nissan Pathfinder vs. 2018 Honda Pilot

By autointernetmedia | Posted in Nissan Crossovers on Tuesday, June 19th, 2018 at 5:38 PM
Nissan Pathfinder

Whether on the road or driving off-road, the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder comes with some significant advantages over the 2018 Honda Pilot. Make no mistake, they are both solid vehicles designed with bulletproof engineering among other amenities for maximum buyer appeal. The conversation surrounding which is a better model in general almost depends on what you value in your transportation lifestyle. To make things easier on your eyes, we at Palm Springs Nissan have compiled a few bullet points breaking down how the Pilot compares to the Pathfinder.

 

The Price is Right?

 

The Honda Pilot starts at $31,875 while the Nissan Pathfinder goes for $32,015. They may look similar in size, but the Pathfinder actually comes with more space for people and cargo, which explains the slightly higher price tag. Both come with quality resale and reliability, but the Pathfinder has just a tad more cruising capability and comfort than the Pilot.

 

Designed for Drivers with Specific Destinations

 

The infotainment interfaces featured in both the Pilot and Pathfinder are, for the most part, the same in terms of efficiency and operation. While we’re discussing similarities, let’s talk shop about both vehicles coming with all-wheel drive. They are equally slick (classy would be the second best word to describe both) and lovely to admire when the light catches their polish. The Pathfinder underwent a heavy makeover last year, and Nissan’s decision to include automatic emergency braking as standard is just one of the updates the model received. A rear door alert was added to the Pathfinder, a technological safety feature the Pilot already possessed. Seating capacity is well above average in both models, with the Pathfinder having 3-row seating and the Pilot able to occupy eight passengers.

 

The Pilot is considered a family-friendly cruiser with enough capability to retain an unbeatable resale value. In contrast, the Pathfinder is built with more power to reach speeds faster and pass trucks and other large carriers on the highway with much more ease. It can also effectively tackle any and every off-road turf drivers may come across with its all-wheel-drive system which includes hill descent control for navigating steep slopes.

 

A sturdy V6 engine ensures excellent driving in the Pilot, but both cars have similarly matched fuel economies. The Pathfinder is also built with a V6 engine for strong acceleration, as previously mentioned. Back to the three rows of seats, the Pathfinder is easy to move around in, and that third row is not difficult to reach at all. What’s even more impressive is this SUV offers robust towing capacity.

 

 

In terms of tech, Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility included with the Pathfinder provides the driver with greater awareness of his or her surroundings. The Pathfinder’s Advanced Drive-Assist Display is also an impressive amenity for navigating the road ahead, and the Motion Activated Liftgate automatically opens to give easy access to the car’s versatile interior.

 

How Do They Rank?

 

As far as Midsize SUVs come, the 2018 Nissan Pathfinder was ranked #17 by U.S. News, and the Pilot was voted as KBB’s Midsize SUV Best Buy for 2018. The Pathfinder currently has a score of 7.7 out of 10 for its U.S. News consensus, and that rating is based on an evaluation of 49 pieces of research and data elements using multiple sources.

 

Come See for Yourself

 

At Palm Springs Nissan, we embrace all types of SUVs like the Pilot and Pathfinder. Only you can decide which works best for you, and the most effective way to do that is not by scrolling through a website (even one as well designed as ours). Come visit us and test-drive one of these award-winning midsize crossovers at a Nissan dealer near you. We have a large selection of new and pre-owned vehicles waiting for you!