The newly introduced Safety Shield 360 suite, under the
umbrella of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, contains Nissan’s most advanced safety
and driver-assist technologies to date. As its name suggests, Safety Shield 360
offers full 360-degree monitoring via 6 front, side, and rear sensors and
First things first – what wonders of modern technology are
included in Nissan Safety Shield 360?
Have you gotten Mom a gift for her special day in May? If
not, there’s no time like the present. From practical and pragmatic to fun and
fancy, these car accessories are great Mother’s Day gift ideas.
15) Cup Holder
If your mom drinks coffee by the gallon, she’ll likely have
difficulties fitting her travel mug in a standard car cup holder. Consider
buying her a cup holder adapter that securely expands to hold larger mugs. We
recommend an adjustable system with a rubber base to ensure a snug fit, such as
this $25 Swigzy
Car Cup Holder product. It may not be the most personal Mother’s Day
present to give Mom, but it will surely be one of the most useful.
Having perhaps the most recognizable name in the family SUV
game, the Rogue is unquestionably Nissan’s top-selling vehicle. But what’s in a
Well, when it comes to the 2019
Nissan Rogue, there seems to be a whole lot to admire beyond its status as
an SUV A-lister. Offering unbeatable storage solutions, loads of tech, and
ample safety features, the new Rogue is one of the best family crossovers in
America. Every parent wants one, and every parent should have one—at least,
that’s one of the mottos here at Jim Burke Nissan.
5. Motion Activated
As a parent, you probably have too many things on your plate. Got a billion groceries, packed diaper bag, and stroller to stow away? No problem—the 2019 Rogue helps out by keeping its cargo bay easily accessible. Just swipe your foot under the Rogue’s rear bumper to engage its hands-free, motion-activated liftgate. The cargo area opens automatically, so you don’t have to fumble about. Just unload and go.
Nissan made a big splash at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, debuting their all-new ‘19 LEAF Plus electric car for all the world to ogle over. Sporting a bit of sub-compact crossover exterior styling combined with the original LEAF’s hatchback tail, plus a few flourishes of EV-like accents, the upcoming LEAF Plus is quite the looker. But how does it compare in the “functionality” category?
The short, TL;DR details: It’s more powerful than the last
LEAF, charges more quickly, and can travel farther on a single charge.
The longer version:
The new LEAF Plus incorporates a large 62-kWh
battery pack that’s only 5mm wider and bulkier than the outgoing LEAF model’s
The battery works with a 160-kW electric motor
that churns out 214 horsepower and 251 lb.-ft. of instant torque. (This is
compared to the previous-gen LEAF’s 110-kW 147-hp motor.)
With an estimated 226-mile single-charge range,
the 2019 LEAF Plus can rip and roar approximately 40% longer than the outgoing
An upgraded CHAdeMO charging system will allow
the Nissan LEAF Plus to power up to 80% with any 100kW charging stations,
public or at-home.
Nissan’s Battery Management System has been
refined to enhance charging and acceleration.
A recalibrated e-Pedal helps compensate for the
few extra pounds the new LEAD Plus will carry.
2019 LEAF Plus models will come with a larger
8.0-inch touchscreen display, smartphone compatibility, NissanConnect EV &
Services, ProPILOT Assist, and the suite of Nissan Intelligent Mobility
The 2019 LEAF Plus will also carry over its
8-year/100,000-mile Lithium-Ion Battery Coverage plan. If you’re a fan of zero
emissions and a hater of gas stations, Nissan’s new electric car is right up
your alley, so to speak. Come take it for a test drive once it arrives at our Birmingham Nissan dealership
later this spring.
We’ve all been there, driving past the outskirts of a city like Birmingham with a fuel gauge displaying the ominous “E” and no gas pump in sight. Sure, you’ll make it to a gas station 99 out of 100 times, but there’s still that 1% chance you’ll run out of fuel before finding a sign for unleaded. In those rare instances when your fuel tank goes dry, what are your options and how should you proceed?
Be Safe, Friends!
Running out of gas can be scary and stressful, especially if you’ve got kids in the backseat or you’re late for a job interview. But it’s important to remain calm! Should you ever run out of fuel, follow these tips from Jim Burke Nissan:
Like someone just enough to get them a Christmas present,
but can’t fathom spending more than a fresh Ulysses S. Grant ($50) on a car
accessory or auto-related gift? No, you’re not a bad friend—you’re just being
thrifty for the upcoming 2019 fiscal year! Here’s our list of the 10 best car
Christmas gifts to get that sorta-special someone this holiday season.
We’re all opportunists in some respect, but it takes a certain type of villainous conman to scam people into buying a flooded car. Unfortunately, after Hurricane Michael tore up Florida and east Alabama, thousands of car shoppers around the country are, unbeknownst to them, being pushed into flood-damaged vehicles. And the problem has grown into a full-blown epidemic as the 2018 market has seen a 47% year-over-year increase in flooded cars being sold (500,000).
At Jim Burke Nissan, we have three words for these crooks: Shame on you. Because we’re always on the consumer’s side, we want to educate you on the issue—and how to avoid buying a vehicle that’s been through the water-soaked wringer. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions our Birmingham Nissan dealership and service center receives about car flood damage.
Unlike other automakers, Nissan hasn’t given up on the sedan—not by a longshot. Redesigned and revamped, the new 2019 Altima shows us why it continues to be one of America’s undisputed midsize mainstays. The Altima looks wiser and more mature, sleeker even than competitors like the Accord or Camry, and boasts a flurry of brand-new features like all-wheel drive, a turbo-four, futuristic USB-C ports, and a built-in waffle maker (just kidding). Continue reading “The All-New 2019 Altima is Now Available at Jim Burke Nissan!”
Nissan Juke, the second-generation crossover, officially sought greener pastures earlier this year. Born in Japan to the late Nissan Qazana, Juke emigrated to the States in 2011, befriending thousands of drivers over the course of its 7-year stay.
Always the life of the party, the funky yet energetic SUV had a personality for the ages, dominating the roads with its modern “coke bottle” styling and bubbly disposition. Juke’s perkiness was just as infectious—especially upon growing into its NISMO RS shoes—and close friends continue to embrace their fond memories of Juke’s 215-horsepower engine and NISMO-tuned suspension. Continue reading “R.I.P. Nissan Juke: Discontinued But Never Forgotten”