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Nissan ARIYA Sneak Peek

Nissan ARIYA  

The Nissan ARIYA is one of the most competitive electric cars in the auto industry and boasts many advanced features for drivers to enjoy. This model not only looks stylish but delivers better performance than most of its rivals. If you're looking to own a reliable and economical car, there are a few facts to learn about this model.

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Changing Nissan

Nissan Future  

With several news cars on the horizon, Nissan is looking to recover from a tough year that hit both the auto industry and the nation's economy hard. Nissan is making many positive changes, including introducing an electric vehicle to its lineup. Nissan is also redesigning some of its most popular vehicles, including the Frontier pickup truck and the Pathfinder SUV.

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Service These Car Parts Before Your Next Summer Road Trip

Now that we've been in the heat a few months, it's a good time to make sure your car is holding up, especially if you'll be going on a road trip. Following frigid temperatures and mountains of snow during the polar vortex, topped with warm and humid weather the past couple months, your car may need a little TLC. So check these parts to make sure your car's in good shape for summer excursions.

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AutoMD Says Skipping Oil Changes Could Cost You Big Bucks

People hear it all the time: Regular oil changes are crucial to car performance and health - skip oil changes and you may severely damage your engine. And so on. But in spite of the many messages about the importance of this inexpensive service, lots of drivers continually neglect to get their manufacturer-scheduled oil changes. If only they knew how much they might have to pay in the long run for skipping this service. But wait! Now they can. Check out data from AutoMD inside!

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Do I Really Need Snow Tires?

This past December, Edmunds.com, an online consumer resource for automotive news, conducted a snow tire test to see if winter tires really do a better job than summer and all-season stock varieties when it comes to driving on snow- and ice-covered roads.

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