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The Rugged Build of the 2018 Nissan Titan

If you're looking for a full-size pickup truck that offers superb performance and a heavy-duty build, consider the 2018 Nissan Titan. This truck is more than capable of doing the heavy lifting for you while allowing to get to our destination confidently.

Whether you go with a single-cab 4x2 or the Platinum Reserve 4x4 model, you're getting a truck that's built for hard work. The frame of the Titan is made of high-strength steel. It's a fully-boxed ladder frame that's reinforced throughout.

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Nissan Rogue Crossover SUV: Rocking Performance and Style

The Nissan Rogue is a mid-size crossover SUV that comes standard with five seats. Three models make up the lineup of this family-friendly vehicle that's economical and sporty.

A 2.5 L engine generates up to 175 horsepower under the hood of the Rogue. A continuously variable transmission (CVT) system with the signature Xtronic technology is paired with this compact I-4 engine that's aspirated by a natural induction system. 

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Nissan Pathfinder Performance Features

Introduced in 1990, the Nissan Pathfinder continues to remain a popular seven-passenger SUV. Nissan provides new technology, such as the many available performance features. Among them are the 3.5L engine and the Intelligent 4 X 4.

The Nissan Pathfinder’s 3.5L Direct Injection Gas V6 engine is available with an impressive 284 horsepower and 259 pound-feet of torque. 

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Motor Oil Truths and Fictions

True or False: When you switch from conventional to synthetic oil, you must stick with the synthetic oil or risk damage to your engine. If you said "true," you're not wrong, but you're not alone. Many people believe this myth, along with several others. To help you out, we're here to demystify one other widely-held, yet woefully incorrect, belief.

Many people also believe that you need to get your motor oil changed every 3,000 miles or 3 months.

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How to Avoid Hydroplaning

Safety should always be the biggest concern for you and your family when driving. Just one small mistakes can be the difference between life and death. That is why we here at Lee Nissan of Wilson, NC want to be sure you know a few tips for how to avoid hydroplaning.

First, because hydroplaning occurs more easily when going faster, it is recommended to travel five miles per hour under the speed limit when it's raining heavily. 

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The Nissan Maxima Provides Interior Comfort

The Nissan Maxima is a full-sized sedan that has been recognized as a comfortable car with a record of reliability. The Maxima provides you with a vehicle that has a stylish appearance both inside and outside. The interior features of the Maxima provide for a comfortable climate.

The Nissan Maxima comes equipped with climate control for both the driver's and front passenger seats. 

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Reasons Your Tire Sensor Is On

If you have been driving around with a tire pressure sensor illuminated on your dashboard and have been ignoring this issue, the service center here at Lee Nissan encourage you to bring your vehicle in as soon as possible. Your tires are what keep you safe on the road and whatever the problem may be, we want to make sure that it gets fixed. 

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How do Ceramic Pads Protect Against Heat Damage?

Brake pads are a vital link in the braking-system chain. Located on the wheels, brake pads convert hydraulic pressure into mechanical friction, creating heat and stopping your vehicle in the process.

During hard braking, brake pads tend to get very hot. Depending on the composition of the pads in question, this heat can cause damage to the pads and other associated components.

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Temperature Extremes and Vehicle Batteries

Temperature extremes can be bad news for any car battery, end of story.

Heat has the ability to kill batteries. Heat can cause internal battery deconstruction. It can cause failure with the passing of time, too. There are other risks that are associated with significant heat as well. Speedy battery fluid evaporation is yet another major summertime risk. 

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Timing Belt Replacement May Mean Other Parts Need to be Replaced

Replacing your car's timing belt at the recommended mileage or at the first signs of wear is critical to keeping your engine running well. A loose timing belt can slip off of the gears and cause the valve to become mistimed. But replacing the timing belt may not be all that is needed. Other critical parts of the timing process may need to be replaced as well. 

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