It's no secret to us here at Hummel's Nissan that Nissan vehicles are satisfying to own and drive, but last week we were given proof that consumers feel the same way. Four Nissan models earned the top spots in their respective categories in AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Awards. The annual awards, now in their 20th year, are based on the results of more than 65,000 survey responses from owners of 2015-2016 model year vehicles...
AutoPacific's Vehicle Satisfaction Awards are out...picked by consumers! Not us! https://t.co/Es5Dxxf9yJ— AutoPacific (@AutoPacific) June 8, 2016
With summer travel season just around the corner, we here at Hummel's Nissan want to help you make the most of your time on the road during the warm weather months. So here are some helpful tire tips to make your travels safer, easier, and more efficient.
Arriving hot on the heels of a recent style refresh is the 2016 Nissan Altima, our resident mainstay of the midsize sedan segment.
Which, naturally, prompts the question: is this the best one yet?
We at Hummel's Nissan think it just might be. Nonetheless, we encourage you to form your own opinion on the matter. Do just that by teaming up with Autotrader critic, Jabari Jones, in the clip below:
A terrific twosome of engine options comprise the Altima catalog. The first, a 2.5-liter four-cylinder, is served up standard on most models, and produces a healthy 182 horsepower…
When Nissan unveiled the all-new Titan XD, they launched it with a Cummins Turbodiesel engine. But that's just the tip of the iceberg. If beefy diesel power is too much for you, Nissan has unveiled the 2016 Titan XD with a 5.6-liter V8 engine--the same as in the outgoing model--but remade with a different purpose.
Are you considering a compact sedan for your next automotive purchase? Have you found yourself overwhelmed by the sheer surfeit of makes and models that comprise this crowded -- and highly competitive -- class?
If so, your pals at Hummel's Nissan are please to inform you: we have the solution. And you'll find it in the form of the 2016 Nissan Sentra.
How can we be so sure? Well, we think you'll find plenty of reason throughout the clip below, a video review of the Sentra from Cars.com pundit, Joe Wiesenfelder. Have a looksee:
Fitted with a 1…