Nissan ProPILOT Assist is a driver-assist system that’s extremely user-friendly, and offers the next generation of safety technology today. The hands-on system helps keep Nissan vehicles in their lane, handle traffic, and keep a set speed and distance. ProPILOT Assist technology is a huge hit, but it’s just the beginning of what Nissan has in store for the automotive industry.
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa was more than happy to discuss the success of ProPILOT Assist earlier this year. The technology launched on a minivan in Japan, then made its way to the all-electric Nissan LEAF.
The array of systems proved extremely popular amongst drivers of all ages, and continues to make its way to more models on the Nissan lineup. The all-new 2019 Nissan Altima, for example, will feature the ProPILOT Assist system.
“[Nissan ProPILOT Assist’s] acceptance by consumers has been beyond expectations, and we’re pleased to expand its availability to more popular models such as Altima, X-Trail and Rogue Sport,” said Philippe Klien, Nissan chief planning officer.
Part of what has made the technology so successful is its user-friendly design. Activating the technology is as easy as pushing a button on the steering wheel. Deactivating the safety system is just as simple.
In addition to making the roads safer, the Nissan ProPILOT Assist system takes the boredom out of long road trips. See it in action today with a test drive at Haddad Nissan!
The 2018 Nissan 370Z is a sporty roadster that brings nimble handling and a powerful engine to the road. In short, it’s everything a driver could want in a sports car. Digital Trends took the Nissan 370Z for a spin and found that it offered an exhilarating drive from start to finish.
The 2018 Nissan 370Z Heritage Edition coupe was the test car the publication took to the streets and highways of California. The interior is fairly modern, and includes comfortable seats with plenty of bolstering to keep the driver in place while cornering. The two-seat roadster offers more interior room than comparable competitors.
When it comes to performance, the 2018 370Z excels beyond belief. The 3.7-liter V6 engine generates an astounding 332 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque. Drivers have their choice between a sporty six-speed manual transmission and a smooth-shifting seven-speed automatic transmission. That powertrain is rated for an EPA-estimated 18 city/ 26 highway mpg, making the 370Z one of the more efficient sports cars on the market.*
When it comes to finding the most exhilarating driving experience at a value, the 2018 Nissan 370Z is the sports car of choice. For drivers serious about performance, the 370Z NISMO boasts 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of torque that meshes well with its sportier exterior styling.
The best way to review the 2018 Nissan 370Z is behind the wheel. Come to Haddad Nissan for a test drive!
* EPA-estimated fuel economy. Actual mileage may vary.
2018 Nissan X-Trail
If you have been outside of the United States, you may have noticed many car manufacturers offer different models than they do here. Often, these models are similar, but have different names. That is the case with the Nissan X-Trail. So what is the Nissan X-Trail?
The X-Trail is the global version of the American Rogue and is the world’s best-selling SUV. Just like the Rogue, it is designed as a family-friendly vehicle that can take you on great adventures. The second-row features EZ Flex™ second-row seats that slide and recline to allow for flexible passenger and cargo space.
Also similar to the American Rogue, the X-Trail offers a suite of Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies. These features work together to protect the X-Trail from all sides so you can feel more confident as you drive. The Around-View® Monitor is particularly useful when navigating tight parking spaces.
The X-Trail also offers numerous connectivity features. Bluetooth® comes standard along with a 7-inch touchscreen display. With satellite navigation, the X-Trail will always keep you on the right path. The Advanced Drive-Assist™ Display puts important information right in from of the driver to minimize time spent looking away from the road.
While the X-Trail may not be available here in the United States, you can experience many of the same features and styling with the Nissan Rogue. Test drive it today at Haddad Nissan!
GENEVA (March 6, 2018) – Nissan has taken the next steps toward its debut in the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E Championship by revealing its concept livery at the Geneva Motor Show.
As the auto industry continues its pivot towards intelligent electric vehicles, the fast and fun sport of auto racing is making the pivot as well. In 2011, the ABB FIA Formula E Championship began with the promise of reinventing auto racing in the twenty-first century. Since then, Formula E has lived up to its promise and put the most innovative and advanced electric vehicles head-to-head on the road. Many automakers have competed in this elite competition, but beginning in late 2018, Nissan will become the first Japanese automaker to participate.
The announcement that Nissan will compete this year at the Formula E Championship coincides with the release of its all-new Formula E race car. With a mere glance at this vehicle, you feel as if you’ve been transported into the future. Featuring an aerodynamic design with sleek contours, the Formula E comes with an innovative design that matches its innovative battery and powertrain system. This vehicle has creating buzz since Nissan unveiled its Formula E plans at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. This year, at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, it revealed the Formula E car in its concept livery.
The Formula E series will begin this December, so be ready to see Nissan’s Formula E race car make its entrance and show the world what its electric technology and Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology have to offer.
2017 was a huge year for Nissan. From being named “Manufacturer of the Year” by Ruedas ESPN, to collaborating with the Star Wars production team to create some of the most impressive themed vehicles ever, there are a lot of great things to remember about the past year. Let’s take a closer look at some of the top 2017 Nissan highlights.
Nissan Intelligent Mobility
In 2017, Nissan expanded upon the Intelligent Mobility initiative it released in 2016. Aimed at created smarter, safer, more fuel-efficiency cars, Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology has been a huge success. At the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show the automaker even unveiled their vision of the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility in the form of a stunning zero emission concept car.
Nissan and Star Wars Join Forces
At the 2017 LA Auto Show, Nissan unveiled a collection of highly anticipated themed concept versions of some of the brands most popular models, including special edition Star Wars vehicles. While none of the concepts are slated for the production line, they’re still inspiring to witness.
Refreshed and Updated Models
Most importantly, 2017 marked a hugely successful year for some of the most popular Nissan models, including a refreshed Nissan Rogue, one of the most popular SUVs on the road. The Rogue Sport even won the title of “Vehicle of the Year” from Ruedas ESPN.
If 2017 was any indication, we can look forward more great things from Nissan in 2018. Be sure to stop by Haddad Nissan to learn more about all the exciting innovations to expect this year.
Ever hear of a Faraday Cage? It’s an 180-year-old invention that uses conductive materials to block any sort of electromagnetic field from penetrating its borders. If this sounds a little sci-fi to you, you’re not wrong; Faraday Cages have been spotlighted in films and shows from Enemy of the State starring Will Smith and Gene Hackman to the long-running TV show Lost. The Cage’s next big role? The Nissan Juke.
Nissan is minimizing distracted driving by utilizing the Faraday Cage as a Signal Shield. The center console of the Nissan Juke concept is actually just a Faraday Cage. When you place your device inside, it successfully blocks all incoming communications, including messages, calls, Bluetooth, and wi-fi. The device can still be connected to the car’s console through a wired connection system inside the Signal Shield. Once removed, the device will be restored to full functionality with absolutely zero damage.
Minimizing distracted driving is an important initiative that automakers across the globe are undertaking in a variety of ways. While Nissan’s Signal Shield is still just a concept, we at Haddad Nissan are interested to see if it will make its way into the mainstream of future Nissan vehicles.