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The Evolution of the Nissan Maxima


 

I still have fond memories of my very first car. It was a white 1988 Jeep Cherokee. It didn't have automatic windows. In fact, it didn't have automatic anything.  It was a bare-bones package jeep with only the bare necessities, but it did have a tape deck!  Believe me, cars have come a long way since 1988! They have evolved and changed. Today, most cars have computers in them that make driving a car feel more like piloting a spaceship. Evolution is the natural order of things and the Nissan Maxima is no exception. Let's take a…

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Video: What to Look For in a Mid-sized Car


 

Mid-sized cars can be a great way to balance amenities with cost, but they aren't for everyone. Before buying a mid-sized car, you'll want to examine features such legroom, cargo space, and ride quality. Chad Nalder at Ken Garff Nissan of Riverdale, our car dealerships in Ogden, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of mid-sized cars in this short video.

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Nissan's Project Titan Features a Veteran from Ogden Utah


 

As Americans, we owe a great debt to our military veterans. They have left behind their families and their lives in order to protect our cherished American freedoms. While fulfilling those duties, many of them incur injuries and undergo traumas that will impact them for the rest of their lives. Fortunately, organizations like the Wounded Warrior Project stand ready to receive our returning service men and women and help them to cope with physical, mental, and emotional injuries. Recently, Nissan partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project for one of the most unique veteran support projects in history. A part of…

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Self-Driving Cars: What does our automotive future look like?


 

News recently broke that Apple may be working to develop a self-driving car. Of course, self-driving cars are not a new idea. Google has been working on driverless automobile technologies for years. A number of major automobile companies, including General Motors, Mercedez-Benz, Toyota, Audi, Volvo, and of course, Nissan have all launched projects to develop autonomous cars. While technology and automotive companies seem infatuated with the idea of self-driving cars, the general public doesn't seem so sure. Some people fear software glitches, mechanical failures, and of course, robot domination. The following analysis of risks and benefits may help you…

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Questions to Ask When Buying a Used Nissan


 

I enjoy purchasing and collecting mountain bikes as much as I enjoy riding them. The process can be tricky however. When buying used, there are no service records showing proper care or dealerships that can certify the car, provide warranties or support. Buying a used Nissan, on the other hand, is much easier for many reasons. The main one is the number of models offered by Nissan and the many Nissan dealerships. Although fairly easy, you still need to know the right questions to ask when you get to the used car dealership. See our list here.

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Nissan Armada: Why it's a top full-sized SUV


 

If you really think about it, competition is a strange idea. One person or group of people going up against another person or group of people to show that they are better than the others? Yeah, it's strange but it's in our nature and we've come to learn that competition breeds innovation and progress. I think that is exactly what has happened with the Nissan Armada. With so much competition in the realm of full sized SUV's, the Armada has done well by learning from its competition. Lets look at why the Nissan Armada is a…

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Nissan Military Program


 

George Washington's birthday, officially February 22, is the original reason for celebrating President's Day in the United States. A long time ago, the celebration was extended to also include Abraham Lincoln's birthday, officially February 12th. Many people, including some states, have broadened their definition of President's Day to include a celebration of other presidents of the United States.

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Buying a New Car: Which Features Matter?


 

Walk into any grocery store, ice cream parlor, or candy store and you'll be greeted by a plethora of sights, smells, and sounds. Along with those pleasant sensations, you may also feel a familiar, unsettling stress associated with an overabundance of choice. Variety and choice are markers of our modern world and, unfortunately, research has shown that at some point, "choice no longer liberates, but debilitates." 

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Car Safety: What To Do When You Get a Flat Tire


 

Driving home from a friend's cabin up in Heber Utah, I noticed my tire pressure sensor light was on. I didn't think it was unusual due to cooler temperatures up in the mountains, so I disregarded the warning and continued to drive. Ten minutes later I was stuck on a dirt road with no cell phone service and a flat tire. Perhaps you've had a similar experience and, if you haven't, you likely will someday. Here are a few tips on what to do the next time you get a flat tire:

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Video: Getting to Know NissanConnect


 

If you're looking to buy a new Nissan, you'll be pleasantly surprised by the car's audio and entertainment system. That system, formally called NissanConnect, allows drivers to access their mobile device and its features through their car's in-dash interface. 

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