Have you been thinking about buying a new car? Without a doubt, one of the biggest signs that it’s time to get a new car is when your current car keeps breaking down. Repairing a car again and again gets expensive. If the repair costs are becoming too great with respect to the car’s value, consider investing in a low-maintenance, high-quality Nissan. If regularly maintained, Nissans are built to run for well over 10 years and 100,000 miles. You may also want to buy a new Nissan if your current car is getting less than 30 mpg in the city and less than 35 mpg on the highway. Many new Nissans are more fuel-efficient than this, which will both save you money at the pump and reduce your carbon footprint. Plus, new Nissans come with important safety features that older cars don’t have, such as Bluetooth® connectivity, stability control, and a generous lineup of airbags.
To learn more about the benefits of buying a new Nissan, call Brown’s Fairfax Nissan at (703) 591-8009. Visit our dealership today to take a test drive in a new Nissan, and check out our website to browse our selection online.
If you want to enjoy acceleration and handling in a spacious family sedan that rivals that of the Nissan Z Coupe and Convertible, you’ll love the 2013 Nissan Maxima at our Fairfax dealership. With its 290-horsepower 3.5-liter V6 engine and continuously variable transmission, the Nissan Maxima delivers a rapid 0-60 time of just 6.2 seconds.
The Nissan Maxima comes with upscale, cutting-edge features that can’t be found on other cars at this price range. In the wintertime, you’ll love the Nissan Maxima’s optional heated steering wheel and heated front seats. If you’re an audiophile, opt for the nine-speaker Bose audio system for top-notch sound. To transform your Nissan Maxima into the ultimate family car, equip it with a rear-window sunshade to keep your car cool in the summer and ensure that the kids are comfortable on the road.
Class-Leading Value and Luxury
While it is priced affordably and offers an incredible value, there’s no denying that the Nissan Maxima offers a heavy helping of luxury. The Maxima’s solid build quality, substantial steering wheel, and intriguing cabin will inject more sophistication into your daily drive than ever before. In addition, the Nissan Maxima out-accelerates virtually every entry-level luxury sedan with a base engine, and still manages to achieve a fuel economy rating of 26 mpg on the highway. And it’s stylish too—the Maxima’s progressive, likeable design turns heads wherever it goes.
Get behind the wheel of a Nissan Maxima this summer at Brown’s Fairfax Nissan. Our Nissan dealership offers an excellent selection of other new and used Nissans that are perfect for families. Call us at (703) 591-8009 or visit our website to learn more.
For decades Nissan has taken pride in producing cars that are fun to drive. So when redesigning the 2014 Versa, Nissan engineers re-tuned its suspension and steering system to deliver a more responsive, engaging ride without taking away from ride comfort. And with new, lightweight 16-inch alloy wheels on the Nissan Versa SL, both performance and style receive an upgrade for 2014.
The 2014 Nissan Versa’s interior receives a few small but important changes for 2014. The seats feature an improved cushion design with higher foam density, which ensures greater comfort especially on longer trips. Nissan Versa SV models now come with a standard remote-release trunk to make loading your cargo even easier. The SV model also comes with folding rear seats that expand cargo space and add versatility. The Nissan Versa SL gains a higher quality headliner, and a new 4.3-inch display screen that displays current fuel economy and other useful information.
Standard Low-Rolling Resistance Tires
In addition to offering more engaging performance and higher quality, the 2014 Nissan Versa provides outstanding fuel efficiency thanks to standard low-rolling resistance tires. By reducing friction during driving, low-rolling resistance tires are able to improve efficiency by 5-15%. In the case of the 2014 Nissan Versa, you can expect 31 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway.
The cars that aficionados today know as the Nissan Z-series date back to 1970, when the original Datsun 240Z was released in North America. This car successfully married Japanese affordability with performance and quality that rivaled the best American and European vehicles. In many ways, this was the car that put Japanese vehicles on the map. Going through four generations of upgrades, the Z-series was available in the American market until 1996, when it took a six-year hiatus.
The redesigned Z-series surged back into the market in 2003, with a powerful two-seater that was reminiscent of the model line’s origins. With a robust unibody design and sophisticated engine, the fifth generation Z-series renewed the model line for Nissan. The car’s current iteration, the 370Z, can go from 0 to 60 mph in just over five seconds, all at an affordable price.
If you want to test drive the 2013 Nissan 370Z, visit Brown’s Fairfax Nissan today. You can reach us at (703) 591-8009 to inquire about our hours and location.
I bought a new Nissan Rogue last week, and it was a pleasant experience overall. I've heard of many horror stories about car salesmen and dealerships, so I was quite nervous, especially since this is my first new car. My family and I were greeted at the door by Naz. He was very friendly and showed us the car we were interested in. When we came...