We have always been big fans of the Nissan Armada, but after the automaker announced the 2018 Armada has added standard NissanConnect℠ Services, an 8-inch touchscreen display, Enhanced Voice Recognition, the Hands-Free Text Messaging Assistant, and HD Radio to all three trim levels’ lists of standard features, we couldn’t be more excited to welcome the 2018 Armada to Matt Castrucci Nissan. So when we will see the 2018 Armada in our showroom? Read on to find out! Read the rest of this entry
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2017 Nissan Armada SV vs SL vs Platinum
After a one-year hiatus, the Nissan Armada is back for the 2017 model year, offering a redesigned exterior styling, higher-quality interior materials and a more-powerful standard engine. If you’re looking for a large three-row SUV that can do more than get your from Point A to Point B on a paved road, the 2017 Armada deserves your attention. But how do you know which trim level is the best fit for your needs, lifestyle, and budget? That’s where we come in! Keep reading for details! Read the rest of this entry
How much can the 2017 Nissan Armada tow?
After a full redesign for the 2017 model year, the Nissan Armada is back and better than ever. The second-generation Armada features a fresh exterior design, a new 7-speed transmission, a more-spacious interior, and a higher-performance standard engine, but many car shoppers are probably most interested in the Armada’s maximum towing capacity. Ready to learn how much the 2017 Armada can tow? Keep reading! Read the rest of this entry
2017 Nissan Armada color options
One of the most fun parts about shopping for a new car is picking out an exterior color for your new vehicle. If you’ve got your eye on the 2017 Nissan Armada, we think you’re making a great pick! Not only does the 2017 Armada come standard with a powerful V8 engine, but it also comes jam-packed with the features and specs that matter most. Plus, it comes in a variety of great exterior color options! Read the rest of this entry
2017 Nissan Armada mpg fuel economy
What kind of gas mileage and range will the new Nissan Armada get?
Nissan debuted the new 2017 Armada full-size SUV this week at the Chicago Auto Show. We were there to snap a couple of photos and learn more about the new truck, which is scheduled to arrive this summer. While Nissan told us all about its new 5.6-liter Endurance V8, they are keeping the mpg figures a secret for now. We decided to do a little detective work and estimate what the new Armada’s fuel economy and range will be. Read the rest of this entry
Take on winter driving in Ohio with these 2016, 2015 four-wheel-drive Nissan
Four-wheel-drive Nissan for sale in Dayton, OH
So far the snow has been holding out on us, but we know it will sneak up one of these days. To ensure our drivers are prepared for imminent snowfall and winter precipitation, we’re sharing some of the four-wheel-drive Nissan in our inventory that we trust to make our travels more controlled and confident throughout the year. Read the rest of this entry
How to use Bluetooth hands-free in your Nissan
There’s nothing like listening to your favorite song on your daily drive. In fact, it’s difficult to imagine not being able to do that today. The technologies in modern vehicles today are so advanced there’s no reason to not have your music library, navigation and contact list right at your fingertips. Whether you’re already familiar with how to connect your smartphone to your vehicle or just need a quick refresher, here’s how to use Bluetooth in your Nissan. Read the rest of this entry
3 reasons why crossovers and SUVs rock
Why buy a crossover or SUV?
New crossovers and SUVs are flooding the market and there are a lot to choose from. On the outside it’s hard to see what makes these powerful vehicles so special, but what’s under the hood is really key. So why buy a crossover or SUV and why not just buy a car instead? At Matt Castrucci Nissan we like to let the vehicle’s performance and capability do the talking and that’s exactly the way to judge crossovers and SUVs. Here it is, pure and simple, why crossovers and SUVs rock. Read the rest of this entry