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2014 Sentra Features Awesome Bluetooth Capability

Here at Superior Nissan we really believe that our favorite Japanese automaker is truly committed to keeping its drivers safe when they are on the road. And it's not just airbags and seatbelts that are keeping our customers safe either. Nissan is taking safety to the next level with new technology like built-in Bluetooth capability which means making a call from behind the wheel means never having to look at your phone.

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Nissan BladeGlider EV Debuts at Tokyo Motor Show, Could be Future of Nissan EVs

The Nissan BladeGlider: it's sleek, sexy, and futuristic. The vehicle is both an exploratory prototype of a possible upcoming production vehicle, and it could define the direction of Nissan's electric vehicle development. The idea is slated to debut at Tokyo Motor Show, which began today.

In collaboration with Ben Bowlby, the innovator credited for the Nissan's DeltaWing racer and the upcoming Nissan ZEOD RC LeMans EV racer, helped create the EV. It…

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Autonomous Vehicles Are Closer than You Might Think Thanks to Nissan Engineering

Last time around we talked about the Nissan marketing team turning a Note into a boat for the model's UK debut. Today we're following a more conventional route and sticking to action on the road. That being said, it's still an outside-of-the-box sort of concept because in this case, drivers are optional.

A few weeks back we learned that Nissan is hard at work in developing autonomous drive technology. It came as…

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2013 Nissan LEAF Demand Outrunning Supply

The availability of the 2013 Nissan LEAF in the U.S. opened a whole bunch of doors for the Japanese automaker. Most notably, it's allowed them to offer the EV for $6,000 less, making the car even more attractive to drivers. Only this seems to have created a slight problem: production can't seem to keep up with the skyrocketing demand.

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