The Institute for Highway Safety recently awarded the 2013 Nissan Altima with a “Top Safety Pick Plus” designation. The award recognizes passenger vehicles for their outstanding performance in five safety tests issued by the IIHS.
Nissan was one of the first companies to successfully produce and market an electric car to the masses. By doing so, the Nissan LEAF, which was introduced in the United States in December 2010, has been able to bring home several accolades that speak to its innovative ways, including the “2010 Green Car Vision Award,” the “2011 European Car of the Year,” the “2011 World Car of the Year,” and the “2011-2012 Car of the Year Japan.”
When you’ve been in the business 50+ years like we have, you start to learn what works. That’s why we base our business on three words that we hold in equally high regard: Convenience, Trust and Value.
There’s no two ways about it: The 2013 Nissan Altima is one of the most impressive 2013-model year vehicles there is. It’s full of tech, fuel-efficient, comfortable, attractive, powerful, and is even a bit luxurious, and you get all this for a starting MSRP of just over $23,000. There’s one thing that you don’t hear about too often with the 2013 Altima, though, and that’s safety features.
Thanksgiving can be a fantastic time to get together with friends and family around a table full of fantastic stuffing, turkey, potatoes and cranberry sauce. Unfortunately, all this food comes at a price. In fact, the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner in 2012 was $49.20. For those with large families, this cost of food could really put a strain on your wallet.
Hurricane Sandy caused massive damage over almost the entirety of the East coast, and we couldn’t be more aware of it here in the Lehigh Valley. Our hearts and prayers go out to those who have lost so many irreplaceable items and to those less fortunate than us. Here’s what to do if your car, truck or SUV has water damage.