09-12-19

Is It Better to Buy a New or Used Car?

In 2018, there were over 5 million cars sold in the U.S. And that number could get even higher this year. 

If you're one of those people who need a new car, you might be asking yourself this question: "Is it better to buy a new or used car?"

Unfortunately, there's no "one size fits all" answer to that question. That's why we've put together this guide to help you figure out what type of car is best for you. 

So let's get started!

What to Know When Buying a New Car 

There are pros and cons to buying both a brand new car and a used car. Here's what you need to know about buying new cars before you head to the dealership. 

Pros 

Buying a new car comes with a lot of benefits, one of which is the peace of mind that your new car will run how it should. Some of the other benefits include the following:

  • It's Easy 

It doesn't take a lot of work to buy a new car. You can walk into a dealership and find any type of car you want in almost any color. 

There's no need to worry about whether it's in good condition or not, and you don't have to take it to a mechanic to get it checked out.

  • You'll Get a Better Car

New cars have the latest safety features and technology upgrades. So when you buy a new car, there's no doubt that what you're getting is better than a used one.

  • You'll Have Better Financing Options

Dealers want you to buy new cars, so they incentivize you by setting up some great financing options. When you buy a new car, you can get loans with lower interest rates, meaning you'll save thousands of dollars. 

  • Warranties Are Available 

New cars have both manufacturer and dealer warranties attached to them. That means your car is protected against certain damages, should something go wrong. 

Cons 

As great as an easy shopping experience and updated safety features are, new cars come with their own set of disadvantages, too. Here are some of the most important you need to keep in mind. 

  • New Cars Lose Value... Fast 

A new car costs a lot more than a used car, and it depreciates right away. In fact, your car will lose about 25% of its value after the first year. In fact, the moment you drive your new car off the lot, its value will plummet by 11%. 

This might not seem like a big deal if you plan to keep the car for a long time, but it can make a big impact if you plan to trade in the car for a new one in a few years. 

  • It's More Expensive 

Obviously, buying a new car is much more expensive than buying a used car. Although you'll have better financing options, you also have to be willing to spend a lot more money on a new car. 

  • You'll Have Higher Insurance Rates 

Since a new car is worth more than a used car, you'll have to pay more to insure it. This is something that's easy to overlook when buying a new car, so it's important to think about your insurance before you buy a new car. 

What to Know When Buying a Used Car 

If you can't afford to buy a new car, there are still a lot of benefits to buying a used car. Depending on your circumstances, it might even be the better option. 

Pros 

Used cars take a little more effort to buy, but that effort can be worth it. Here are a few of the advantages of buying a used car. 

  • It'll Cost Less Money 

Any used car has already been driven a few thousand miles, been worn down with use, and maybe even a little banged up. Because of this, you can by a used car for a much cheaper price than a new car. If you don't have a big budget, shopping for used cars is a good way to save some cash. 

  • Used Cars Loes Value Less Quickly

Instead of losing value right away like a new car, a used car loses value much slower. So you can buy a used car and trade it in a few years later at close to the same value you bought it at. 

  • You'll Have Lower Car Insurance Rates 

Used cars aren't worth as much as new cars, so because of that, you will have lower insurance rates. This means you can save a bit of extra money if you choose to buy a used car. 

Cons 

Since another person has owned and driven any used car, there are a few downsides to buying a used car as well. If you're thinking about shopping for a new car, here's what you need to keep in mind. 

  • You Won't Get a Warranty 

In most cases, you won't have the option to get any type of warranty when you buy a used car. That means if anything happens to the car, you have to cover the expenses out of your own pocket. 

  • You'll Have a Limited Selection 

When you buy a used car, you won't have as much of a selection to choose from. You might have to settle for a model or color you don't love. 

  • You Have to Know What to Look For

You have to be careful when you buy a used car, especially if you buy it from a private seller. You have to know what to look for to ensure you drive away with a car that's in good condition. 

And if you don't know what to look for, you might end up with a car that doesn't run as promised. 

Is It Better to Buy a New or Used Car?

It depends. 

If you have a tight budget, it might be a good idea to buy a used car. But if you want a car with the most advanced safety features and technologies, you should buy a new car. 

You also have to consider your preference. Do you want a new car? If you want a new car and you can afford it, you should buy a new car instead of a used one. 

Getting Ready to Buy a New-to-You Car 

So is it better to buy a new or used car?

It all comes down to your preference and your budget. Buying a used car is better for some people, but buying a new car is the right choice for others.

Are you ready to buy your new car?

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08-30-19

8 Compelling Reasons to Choose a Nissan as Your Next Ride

In 2017, 1.4 million consumers owned a Nissan. 

Obviously, a lot of people have already figured out that Nissan is a great brand to have.

If you're thinking about buying a new car, why not consider a Nissan? Don't miss these 8 compelling reasons to choose a Nissan as your next ride.

1. Safety

One of the most obvious reasons to choose a Nissan is their safety ratings. 

Safety is one of the most important things when buying a car, due to the fact that 3 million people get injured from car accidents. 

Nissan wants to make sure that you and your passengers arrive at your destination alive and safe. The engineers that make Nissan incorporate safety features such as front and side airbags, rearview cameras, blindspot detections, and stability and traction control.

2. Something for Everyone

Nissans are also a great choice because they have something for everyone. If you want to speed on the highways and curved roads, you may want to look into getting a Sport Nissan 370Z. 

If you need something to get you to your off-road adventures, you may want to get a Nissan Xterra. 

If you have a family and are just looking for a way to get them to school to soccer practice to piano lessons, you could get a Nissan Maxima or Altima. These cars are also great for highways as well.

Nissan has thought of everything and has made sure that anyone will be able to find the perfect Nissan for them. 

Not only is there something for everyone, but there is also room for everyone in the car. In fact, the tallest man in America drives a Nissan, proving that there is definitely plenty of room. 

You can tell your passengers that fact if they try to complain about how there's no space. 

3. Maintenance

Every car will need some sort of maintenance. 

However, Nissans are built with quality in mind, so you won't have to pay for much maintenance as the years go on. 

When you do need maintenance, you can take your car, truck, or SUV into one of the Nissan dealerships and have professionals fix your car. That way you will ensure that you are getting the best possible quality for your car. 

4. Gas Mileage

With gas prices constantly rising, you want to make sure that your car gets the most out of each gallon.

Nissan is one of the top manufacturers when it comes to offering fuel-efficient cars. While each of their cars is different, most of them get more than 20 miles per gallon.

The electric Nissan Leaf actually gets an equivalent of 100 miles per gallon per charge. There are also other hybrid versions of the Nissans that will save your trips to the gas station.

Not only is this great for you and your budget, but it's also great for the environment. Which leads us to our next point. 

5. Environmentally Friendly

Nissans are actually stamped with approvals that mean they are environmentally friendly. Their cars have the PUREDRIVE stamp, which means that it decreases the amount of C02 the car emits.

The PUREDRIVE technology focuses on making sure that the cars have maximum efficiency when you are driving while also saving the environment. 

With each new design that comes out, the cars get more and more environmentally friendly and have better gas mileage. 

6. Great Technology

Nissans are also known for their technology.

If you have a smartphone, you probably understand the importance of technology. When you get into your car, you can connect your phone with your car to make driving even safer and efficient. 

Some technology features include the Xtronic CVT® Continuously Variable Transmission.  This means that your car will be quieter, give you better fuel efficiency when driving automatic, and also accelerate faster.

Some upgraded Nissans also have a control center that lets you control the audio, communication, and navigation. You can also connect your smartphone or tablet to it so that you can control some things with this hands-free technology. 

7. Reliability

Nissans are also incredibly reliable. When buying a new car, you want to make sure that it will get you from Point A to B.

Nissan has been ranked highly on reliability by different companies, and that still holds true. They are so reliable that even their resale value is higher than other brands.

One of the reasons Nissans are so reliable is because they are built with quality materials, both inside and out. This means that your car will hold up to being used every day. It will still depreciate due to normal wear and tear, but it won't deteriorate as much as other brands. 

Nissan actually puts effort into making sure that their cars are built from quality because they know their consumers depend on their vehicles. 

8. Awards

Lastly, if you don't take our word for it, take everyone else's word that Nissans are a great car to buy.

Over the years, Nissan has won so many awards that it would take too long to list them all. 

Instead, we'll list a few. The Nissan Sentra won Best Compact Car in 2013 for vehicle satisfaction. Several Nissans also received five-star ratings when it came to crash safety. 

The Nissan Rogue was named the Best Buy by the Best Value by Edmunds and the Consumer Digest. 

Choose a Nissan at Our Dealership Today!

There are so many reasons to choose a Nissan for your next vehicle, and these are only a few of them.

With so many options it can be difficult to decide which Nissan to buy.

If you have questions or need help deciding which vehicle to get, feel free to contact us and have all your questions answered!

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08-02-19

Smart Trier, Smart Buyer: How to Get the Most Out of a Test Drive

New car sales in the US are through the roof right now.

For instance, well over 17 million vehicles were sold in 2018 alone. Clearly, countless people around the country are splashing out for a new set of wheels.

However, choosing the right car is no easy feat.

It has to look and feel right! One person’s ideal vehicle is another’s worst nightmare. Equally, they’re never cheap. You sure as hell want to know it’s going to be worth the money.

Taking a test drive is one sure-fire way of making your mind up. There’s no replacement for actually getting behind the wheel and taking it for a spin.

That said, there are certain things to do to maximize the usefulness of it. After all, it can be hard to make a solid judgment from a single drive. Looking to get the most out of your next test drive?

Keep reading for 7 tips to help you do exactly that.

1. Research First and Book an Appointment

There are a couple of things to think about in terms of organizing the test drive itself.

First off, you want to research the vehicles you’re interested in buying.

This helps you narrow down the list of cars you actually want to try out. It’s about knowing what you want in advance. The drive itself is all about clarifying the decision.  

Likewise, you can guarantee the dealer is going to do all they can to persuade you to buy. They’ll say and do whatever possible to twist your arm. Arming yourself with knowledge protects you from any unscrupulous sales tactics.

Be sure to book your appointment with the dealer too. They’re busy people and their lots of packed full. Booking in advance saves both time and disappointment. Booking multiple test drives (aka in a few different cars) back to back is also a good idea.

It helps you compare the experiences. The last one is still fresh in your memory.

2. Inspect the Vehicle

Okay, let’s skip forward a bit.

You’re now at the dealership, ready to start the drive itself.

First thing’s first though, take your time to inspect the car. Give it a good looking over on the inside and outside. The photos may have been misleading. Think about the color, space inside, the features and gizmos…take stock of anything in terms of function and aesthetics that’s important to you.

For instance, the car may drive great. But if it looks awful, in a color you detest, then it isn’t the ideal vehicle for you.

3. Think Practically

It’s easy to get carried away at the show-room.

After all, you don’t want to waste anyone’s time, and you desperately want a new car. The temptation is to rush through the entire experience. Have you ever read a page of a book, only to realize you didn’t take any of it in? You have to start over.

The same can happen in a test drive. However, there may be no second chance.

When you’re satisfied with the visual audit, get into the vehicle. But before driving away, take a moment. Here’s a list of questions to ask yourself:

  1. How easy was it to get into and out of?
  2. How’s the legroom? Is there enough space?
  3. Does the seat feel comfortable?
  4. Are the buttons and control intuitive to understand?
  5. Is the car ergonomic, and well-designed?
  6. Can you see out properly, or is your vision impaired by obstructive pillars and blind spots?    

4. Test Drive as You’ll Actually Drive

Now it’s on to the fun stuff: the drive itself.

This is when you really get to know if the car is right for you.

Unfortunately, test drives are often too tame to really reveal anything. The dealer takes you around the block and back to the lot. It isn’t enough.

Make it clear you want to actually test the car. Get it out onto the open road. Remember, you want to know it’ll match up to the driving you normally do. That means being able to put the foot down. Find out how the acceleration is, how it handles, how the gear-changes feel, and so on.

Similarly, it’s one thing braking at 20mph in a residential neighborhood. It’s another to brake from 70mph on a highway. You want to know it works!

5. Pay Attention to Your Senses

There’s a lot going on when you test drive a car.

After all, it’s a new vehicle that you aren’t used to. You definitely don’t want to damage it in any way! At the same time, you’re trying to get a proper feel for it. Oftentimes, it’s easy to walk away and find it's a total blur in your memory.

Try and attend to the sensory experiences when you’re in it.

Listen out for sounds. How quiet is the drive? Is there a lot of road noise? Are there any strange sounds? What about touch? Does the suspension feel good? How responsive is the car to your actions? Let go of the wheel. Does it drift to one side?

All of these points should help you see the car for what it actually is.

6. Check Everything Works Inside

Chances are, the car will have a bunch of technology in it.

You want to make sure it’s all fully operational.

Test the radio, the GPS, the apps, the Bluetooth, rear camera and so on. Ask the dealer to give you a run-through of everything and validate that it’s all operational.

7. Take Some Time

Here’s a final tip:

After the drive, don’t rush to make a purchase.

Again, the salesperson is going to try and convince you to buy it immediately. Resist the temptation, even if you loved it.

Take at least an evening to reflect on the drive. Stop, think back, and take stock. And organize another test drive of a different car to compare notes!   

Time to Take a Test Drive

There you have it: the top tips for getting the most out of a test drive.

Millions of new cars are bought in the US each year. However, the decision to buy one isn’t necessarily an easy one to make. You want to make sure it’s right for you.

The best way to do that is by taking a test drive. Hopefully, this post has highlighted exactly how to make your trial behind the wheel as useful as possible.

Are you ready for a new car and want to set up a test drive? Contact us today to see how we can help!

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07-30-19

Cool, Compact, and Cost-Efficient: 9 Reasons to Buy a Nissan Rogue

The Nissan Rogue was the second-best-selling SUV last year. It continues to climb the ranks as the most popular SUV in America. The reasons behind this trend have to do with the consistency and value of the Rogue. 

Drivers want an SUV that will last them a long time and stand up to rugged use. You may not want to take it down a muddy canyon, but you can take the Rogue off-road and still feel comfortable. The 2019 Nissan Rogue improves upon an already great second-gen design.

This year is another upgrade in style, performance, and utility. Here are nine quick reasons why you need to do a test drive today.

1. Large Cargo Capacity

The upgrade in Nissan's crossovers is noticeable when you take a look in the back. They grew the overall storage by at least 12 cubic feet from the previous generation. There are 39.3 feet cubic feet with the rear seats raised, 70 cubic feet with them folded. 

You'll also find plenty of cupholders and storage compartments along with each door and center consoles. Once in the cargo area, the Rogue offers additional storage via a compartment located under the trunk's floor. It's enough to put emergency supplies, bungee cords, and etc.

2. Economical 2.4-Liter Engine

One of the best 2.4-liter four-cylinder SUV engines; the Rogue is built for efficiency, not power. This is a big reason to buy an SUV like the Rogue. You get 170 horsepower and 175 pound-feet of torque, which is enough for your average commute.

The smart custom transmission, called the Xtronic CVT, is quiet and efficient. You can expect a combined fuel economy of 29 miles to the gallon. All-wheel-drive models lose one or two mpgs, while gaining better control. We would rate Nissan's CVT transmission above competitors like the Jeep Patriot, slightly above the Toyota Rav 4.

3. Standard Technology

All Rogue trims come standard with a 7-inch infotainment display, loaded with the latest Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Using an infotainment center without these features feels archaic, so this is a big plus out of the gate. You also get sliding and reclining second-row seats standard.

No more fixed rear seats that make it difficult for passengers to get in and out. Reclining and sliding rear seats allow for maximum storage capacity without sacrificing comfort.

4. Third-Row Seating Upgrade

Those who have big families and a lot of friends who like to do road trips will love the Rogue's third row. Third rows are a bit of a rarity in compact SUVs like the Nissan Rogue. The third-row bench seat upgrade is comfortable and provides plenty of room for two additional adults or three small children.

Headroom is still good, even for those pushing 6'5. The bench seat is also easily removed to allow for more cargo room.

5. Balanced Handling and Braking

Nissan cars may not have the strongest engine for sports driving, but they still have great handling. Driving the Rogue, you always feel like you're in control. The steering is tight and responsive.

The suspension is tuned like a traditional SUV, negating all the small bumps and divets in the road. AWD provides an extra layer of control on uneven and loose roads that you won't find in other crossover models.

6. The Nissan Rogue Hybrid

The 2019 Nissan Rogue comes with many incentives, but the biggest savings are found with the hybrid model. Nissan has been offering hybrid powertrain models since 2017, as the demand increases every year. You can expect a bump in your overall mpg by 5 mpg. 

The most noticeable increase in fuel economy will come from in-city commutes. Eco-braking uses stop-and-go traffic to put some of that braking energy back into the hybrid transmission. You get the same power and torque with the hybrid and they come standard AWD.

7. Safety Features

Standard safety features with the 2019 Rogue include: 

  • automatic emergency braking
  • rear cross-traffic alert
  • lane departure warning
  • forward-collision warning
  • adaptive cruise control
  • blind-spot warning
  • high-beam assist
  • rear automatic braking

That's a significant upgrade from the previous generation with standard rearview cameras. With the optional moonroof upgrade, drivers can also get a 360-degree camera view of surroundings. This will help detect any small objects, children, or animals while navigating parking.

8. Classy Exterior Style

Compact SUV crossovers often struggle with an identity crisis. They don't look like a car, but they also lack the presence of a full-size SUV. The Nissan Rogue struggles with neither. The styling is aggressive, yet classy, featuring the iconic V-Motion grille. 

The 2019 Nissan Rogue has a great shape for darker tints, exemplifying a sleek exterior of more expensive cars. Bold oranges and blues also look great, giving the Rogue a sportier personality for offroad travelers.

9. Quality & Reliability

If you want a crossover SUV that is reliable and easy to maintain, go with the Rogue. The build quality of this car is not something you would expect at a low-end price point. The interior materials are durable, smooth, and tightly bound.

Nissan's 3-year/36,000-mile basic powertrain warranty is adequate. The 5-year/60,000-mile extended powertrain warranty is equal to all other crossover lines. If you decide to go with the Rogue Hybrid, you're upgraded to a generous 8 years/100,000 miles warranty.

Get in a Rogue Today

Did those nine reasons to drive a 2019 Nissan Rogue appear in your list of must-have features? Nissan has definitely put in a lot of effort in becoming the jack-of-all-trades compact SUV. The cargo space and fuel economy stand out among the competition, as long as you don't plan on racing in an SUV.

For drivers out there who need the hauling capacity, the room to seat 5+ adults comfortably, and a smooth ride: the Rogue is your match. Take a look at all the different Rogue models and trims in our expansive inventory. Get the best deals on the hottest cars at AV Nissan.

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07-26-19

3 Reasons to Purchase the Nissan Titan XD

The new Nissan Titan is a vast improvement over its predecessors, with a classy interior, two powerful engine options, and a much sleeker exterior. This is why its sales increased by as much as 274 percent in 2017. Newer versions have even sold more units. 

The 2019 Nissan Titan XD is a notch higher than your regular Titan, adding plush and luxury to its commercial and hardy counterpart. 

Truck enthusiasts will be particularly pleased with the improved infotainment system in this outstanding Platinum Reserve Nissan model. The new Nissan Connect infotainment center also includes a premium Fender audio system with incredible acoustics.

The Titan vs. the Titan XD

While these trucks look aesthetically similar, they're distinctly different for several reasons.

First, the XD is built on a heftier and sturdier frame ideal to bear heavier loads or tow greater weight than the Titan. The XD is also the only Nissan truck in the market that is built with the 5000cc Cummins turbo-diesel engine. This engine carries the power of a whopping 310 horses, with a torque of 555 lb-ft and a six-speed Aisin auto transmission.

Furthermore, the XD diesel crew cab rates at about 2,030 pounds of payload and 12,030 pounds towing capacity. This represents about 400 pounds more payload and 2,700 pounds more towing capacity than the Titan.

The XD diesel engine provides better fuel economy than Titan's 5600 cc gasoline V8 engine, particularly when loaded. This, of course, doesn't come cheap: the Cummins engine and Aisin auto-transmission increase the XD's cost by $5,000. The standard V8 XD Titan costs $2,000 more than the light-duty Titan model. 

If you’re thinking about buying the Titan XD, here are ten convincing reasons to take the plunge.

1. Base Endurance V8 Engine

The 2019 Nissan Titan XD comes fitted with a sturdy Endurance V8 engine. Providing a massive 390 horsepower (hp) on tap, this engine holds its own against other V8 engines available today. Its tow capacity can reach 10,000 pounds with depressing its performance. 

The XD also features a highly responsive seven-speed transmission that provides instant power delivery. When empty, the XD can go from 0-60 mph in 6.7 seconds – pretty impressive!

2. Diesel Engine Made for Heavy Loads

Even though its standard V8 gasoline engine has pretty impressive performance, many truck drivers will prefer a diesel engine for heavy-lifting. 

Enter the Cummins 5000cc turbo-diesel engine. Its capabilities make up in lifting capacity what they lack in speed. Single cab XDs can easily tow up to 12,500 pounds. Even when loaded to maximum capacity, the truck handles like a freight train – sturdy and unyielding.

3. A Remarkably Easy Drive

The 2019 Nissan Titan XD can be called many things, but small isn't one of them. Regardless, the truck drives much easier than you'd expect for a truck of its size. The XD is admirable among automotive journalists for its exceptional maneuverability.  

Sharp steering makes for effortless navigation around crowded city streets and long highways. It handles securely when navigating curvy roads, and the cushioned interior provides a comfortable on and off-road driving experience.

4. Sturdy 4X-Pro for Off-Roading

Even though every XD model comes with a proficient four-wheel-drive system, the Titan XD 4X-Pro was explicitly made for off-roading. If you're going to spend the bulk of your time on rough terrain, the 4X-Pro is a perfect choice for you. Crawl up steep hills, rocky pathways and muddy trails with confidence in this bad boy.

Nissan has equipped the 4X-Pro with all the essential off-road gear. For instance, you can get better traction driving slippery surfaces thanks to the lockable rear differential. Also, the superior Brillstein shocks will keep your truck well-balanced when maneuvering rugged landscapes.

5. More Style in the Midnight Edition

If you’re one of those who doesn’t want to sacrifice style at the altar of function, think beyond the standard Nissan Titan XD. The 4X-Pro’s brawny look is made for adventurers, but the Midnight Edition appearance XD is made for style.

The ME XD is dark and stately, made to stand out from the crowd. It features highlighted blacked-out exterior trim and black accented headlight. The black 20-inch wheels command their own attention.

The Midnight Edition is available in Magnetic Black, Glacier White and Gun Metallic.

6. Built for Family

Full-sized trucks today are considered suitable for families. Just like its competitors, the XD features spacious cabin space, ideal for family travel. It can fit up to six people, with considerable rear leg space that makes for a comfortable drive over long distances.

The XD has outstandingly comfortable seating – front seats have cooling function while rear seats have warming function. The Platinum Reserve model has good in-cab storage space, so that you can secure your belongings safely within the cab.

7. Better Infotainment

Responding to complaints about its outdated Nissan Connect system, the car manufacturer has upped the ante on the new infotainment system in the 2019 XD. The new unit comes with standard features like Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, complete with an improved display with touch-screen functionality.

The Nissan Connect user interface has friendly controls, and its all-around simplicity is excellent for drivers that like stress-free technology.

8. Fender Sound System

Working with the Nissan Connect, the new premium Fender Sound System is something music lovers should be excited about. The new 485-watt system has acoustics designed to mimic a live concert. It features a nine-channel amplifier which transmits power to twelve speakers in total. 

Heavy bass notes are accentuated by the eight-inch SLDD subwoofer, and the Acoustic Motion Control minimizes speaker vibration when playing music. The sound quality in the XD is unlike any of its predecessors because of this.

8. Other Entertainment Features

The internet is part and parcel of everyday life today, which is why the Nissan Titan XD provides round-the-clock internet access through its Wi-Fi hotspot. You can click into your favorite websites in transit using multiple devices – a huge advantage for families. 

Your children will be grateful to be able to use their devices, especially during extended road trips. In addition, you don’t have to be stuck doing or watching or listening to what they are; you can have your own entertainment up front.

9. Five-year Warranty

The XD’s five year/100,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty tells you everything you need to know about Nissan’s confidence in the latest release. Any problems during this period will be taken care of by the manufacturer, which is great for your pocket. 

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing you’re taken care of for five good years – but because of its tested long-term durability, you know you probably won’t even need it.

Final Thoughts - Nissan Titan XD

As you can see, the 2019 Nissan Titan XD is truly one of a kind, and worth all the good reviews it has gotten so far. If you’re looking for your next big truck, this is the car to buy this year. You won’t regret it. 

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