With its rugged design and amazing capabilities, the three-row midsize 2023 Nissan Pathfinder® SUV boasts a strong performance. Giving tough competition to major brands in the segment, the 2023 model year has added the adventure-focused Rock Creek trim with some unique design features and off-road-tuned specs. Having everything you need for off-road adventures, the Pathfinder® is a superb midsize utility vehicle with many cool and quirky features. We at Robbins Nissan in Humble, TX, are here with a blog post that explains the unique features of the 2023 Nissan Pathfinder® SUV.
What are the driver-assist and safety technology features available in the 2022 Nissan Armada?
Priced at a starting MSRP of $49,500, the 2022 Nissan Armada has a towing capacity of 8,500 lbs, with a maximum cargo capacity of 92.6 cubic feet and 400 hp produced by a 5.6L Endurance® V8 engine. Join us at Robbins Nissan in Humble, TX, to learn what are the driver assist and technology features available in the 2022 Nissan Armada. Continue reading for more information.
Tech and Interior Features of the 2022 Nissan Altima
Nissan has introduced the reimagined 2022 Nissan Altima to its sedan segment of cars for the 2022 model year. Available at a starting MSRP of $24,550, this new car from Nissan offers plenty of room for a mid-size sedan and comes with the latest technology features in the market. The 2022 Nissan Altima is available in seven different trim levels: S, SV, SR, SR Midnight Edition®, SL, SR VC-Turbo™, and Platinum. Keep reading to learn more about the interior and tech features of the 2022 Nissan Altima at Robbins Nissan in Humble, TX.
Just a few years old now, the NissanConnect suite of convenient features allows drivers to take control of their vehicle and have an easier time when on the road. But what is NissanConnet? And what are the services that it can do?Read the rest of this entry >>
Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist technology is Nissan’s first step towards creating a fully autonomous vehicle. Consequently, drivers receive a more user-friendly experience with ProPILOT Assist. It seems like this is only the first step for Nissan as they move toward developing vehicles that can drive themselves. Contact the Robbins Nissan team to learn more about ProPILOT Assist today!
Offering drivers the complete package, the 2017 Nissan Altima in Humble is the perfect sedan for day-trippers and weekend warriors. Its combination of safety and technology enhances its additional features, making it a leading car choice for many drivers looking for a reliable and fun car. Robbins Nissan, your Humble Nissan dealership, looks forward to putting you behind the wheel of this car.
Aerodynamic exterior designed to decrease wind resistance while increasing efficiency
Well-appointed interior with dual zone climate control, leather seats and an ergonomic layout that’s driver-centric
Multiple powertrain options with 32 miles per gallon on the highway*
Nissan’s Safety Shield®, a unique and long-term company initiatie that includes Intelligent Mobility
A suite of warning systems designed to help monitor and protect including Rearview Monitoring and Blind Spot detection
Responsie safety features like Forward Emergency Braking and Predictie Forward Collision warning
Technology Highlights that Stand Out
Where the 2017 Nissan Altima in Humble really excels is its technology features. The crown jewel is NissanConnectSM that integrates in-car Google search with hands-free calling and an adanced Drie Assist® display that keeps all the pertinent information right in front of you.
To get a better look at the 2017 Nissan Altima in Humble and all of its outstanding features, we inite you to isit us at Robbins Nissan. As your Nissan Dealership in Humble, our team of Nissan experts look forward to answering your questions and setting you up to drive the 2017 Nissan Altima today.
*Based on 2017 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will ary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driing conditions and other factors.
We are often asked questions at Robbins Nissan, usually in the first weeks after someone buys a new vehicle at our dealership. Of course, there are many questions that might not occur to a new buyer when they’e got us on the line, or when they’re in our dealership. So where are they to turn then? Fortunately, Nissan offers one of the industry’s best resources to answer questions just as these: the online Nissan Owner Portal. It’s a one-stop location to access a wide array of ownership-related Nissan services, and for those of us who don’t know where to go to get this information, it’s extremely helpful. Here’s a short list of some of the services offered.Read the rest of this entry >>
When Nissan reealed the Around Vview Monitor a few years back, we at Robbins Nissan were faced with a peculiar problem. Thing is, we knew at the time that this was some truly reolutionary technology. We knew that people who knew what a game-changer it was would absolutely love it. But the problem was, how do we frame this information in a way that people understand? Thankfully, Nissan has now done the heay lifting for us by creating self-parking office chairs. Read the rest of this entry >>
What does the future of Nissan look like? It’s an abstract concept, to be sure, but you can read the tea leaes to get an impression of where our company might be going. Case in point: the Nissan ESFLOW concept, pictured above Taking its cues from iconic Nissan sports cars and crossing them with our penchant towards all-electric power, the ESFLOW is certainly unlike anything we’e seven before. Read the rest of this entry >>
Perhaps the most paradoxical thing about parking your car is that, despite there’s irtually no chance that a 5mph collision would cause any bodily harm, there’s a remarkable amount of damage that can occur while performing a parking maneuer. (We would know, after all, since we have a fantastic collision center at our Houston-area dealership.) But what if there was a way to aoid these low-speed collisions with curbs and wayward shopping carts? What if there was something like…Oh, I don’t know…the Nissan Around Vview Monitor with Moing Object Detection?Read the rest of this entry >>