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Nissan Maxima to be Discontinued mid-2023

Nissan Maxima to be Discontinued mid-2023Another one of the many sedans that will end production soon, Nissan announced plans to discontinue its Nissan Maxima around the mid part of 2023. The decision followed at the heels of a dramatic drop in sales, and in the first half of 2022, Nissan had only sold 3,753 units of the Maxima. To put that into perspective, the Altima, in the same time frame, sold 78,610 units.
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Nissan Enhances Certified Pre-Owned Program to Include Older Models and Select Non-Nissan Vehicles

Nissan Enhances Certified Pre-Owned Program to Include Older Models and Select Non-Nissan VehiclesNissan has expanded their Certified Pre-Owned program to include older models and select non-Nissan vehicles. Nissan says that this will allow more people to use a CPO vehicle and make sure they are as financially sound as possible when buying a car. Drivers of Nissan vehicles can also find the perfect used vehicle or lease through the Nissan e-commerce site after being approved by their local dealership. The company is now confident that there is greater customer satisfaction with these new developments.
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Nissan Approves First Bi-Directional Charger for Nissan LEAF

Nissan Approves First Bi-Directional Charger for Nissan LEAFThe Nissan LEAF has a limited range of 150 mi, which is not very long for some consumers. However, one recent LEAF charging system update will soon change all that.

This charger can charge batteries faster and more safely than traditional chargers. With this update, the owner can schedule a reverse charge on their EV charger and take advantage of off-peak electricity rates. A built-in circuit breaker will ensure that the car and home are not damaged if there is an issue with the system.


 
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Nissan Z Racing Concept for Fuji 24-Hour Race Unveiled

Nissan Z Racing Concept for Fuji 24-Hour Race UnveiledNissan announced that it hoped to achieve a zero-carbon emissions goal by 2050. With that in mind, the automaker unveiled its Nissan Z concept racing cars, the 230 and 244. Both of the cars raced at the ENEOS Super Taikyu Series 2022, which they hosted at the Fuji Speedway on June 4th and June 5th. They designed the 230 to use carbon-neutral fuel (CNF). Meanwhile, the 244 draws power sources from a gasoline engine.
 
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Nissan Electric Vehicle Models for 2022

Nissan Electric Vehicle Models for 2022In 2022, Nissan debuted new electric vehicle models that promise to be more efficient and stylish than their predecessors. These new models are part of Nissan's goal to have a 100% electric lineup by 2030. With emissions regulations getting stricter every year, it's no wonder that more and more automakers are investing in electric vehicles. However, suppose you're looking for an environmentally friendly car that doesn't sacrifice performance or style. In that case, you should consider purchasing a Nissan electric vehicle. Stay tuned for more information about Nissan's new lineup!
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How To Program Nissan Key Fob Push Start

Nissan Key Fob VehicleIf you're like most drivers, you appreciate the convenience of keyless push-button starting. It's easy and fast - perfect for those rushed morning departures. But what do you do when your Nissan key fob stops working? We'll show you how to program your key fob so you can get back to enjoying that quick and easy start. Keep reading to learn more!
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Nissan to Invest $17.6 Billion Over Next 5 Years on Battery-Powered Vehicles

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The Nissan Ambition 2030 plan will bring a handful of new options for consumers all over the world. More than a dozen models with all-electric systems will be introduced worldwide by this reputable brand. An investment of 17.6 billion dollars will optimize the development of rechargeable batteries for all future EVs.

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