Nissan has always been a respected name in the auto industry. Consumers in search of a new car for 2014 won’t be disappointed by next year’s lineup. Not only can they expect the reliability of the Nissan name, but they can also look forward to choosing some truly excellent add-ons that make Nissan’s vehicles more innovative, convenient and fun than ever. Here are the top five features for each of your favorite models—add-ons that you probably won’t want to live without.
The entry-level Versa already offers its buyers some great standard features. However, for those who want a little something extra, this efficient vehicle has plenty of options. To give your Versa a boost, try adding things like hands-free text assistant, RearView monitor, Around View monitor, push-button ignition, or a divide-and-hide adjustable floor.
The Altima has been a popular choice for sedans for many years. Although still sleek, stylish, and loaded, Nissan still has a few tricks up its sleeve. To deck your vehicle out check out add-ons like a remote engine start system, mood lighting, a heated steering wheel, beautiful wood- or metallic-tone trim, or a HomeLink Universal Transceiver.
The crossover market is in demand, and the Murano gives buyers several reasons to take a look. The Murano boasts some unique add-ons including things like a hard drive navigation system, a blind spot or lane departure warning system, and a steering wheel, driver’s seat, and outside mirror memory. On the fun CrossCabriolet there are extras such as pop-up roll bars or an auto-adjusting amplifier for convertible top up and down.
Those shopping the SUV and hybrid SUV market will be happy to know that the Pathfinder has added some excellent options. Look into the dual-panorama moonroof, a two hitch receiver with a 7-pin wiring harness, Rear Sonar System, heated rear seats, or the Power liftgate with position memory.
Truck owners won’t be left out in 2014. There are add-ons that create the power and convenience needed for a more rugged ride. Check out dual-zone temperature controls, sliding bed extender, a class IV tow hitch receiver, UltraTrack Channel System with four tie-down clears, or a Rockford Fosgate-powered audio system.
The Roadster wows as-is. But choose a couple extras, and it will blow you away. Some highlights include Nismo-tuned suspension with increased spring, dampening, and stabilizer rates, Euro-tuned shock absorbers, key-operated windows, Nismo tachometer, and climate-controlled seating.
There are more vehicles in the Nissan 2014 lineup—the Cube, Sentra, Maxima, Quest, Juke, Leaf, Rogue, Xterra, and more—but you can expect to find many of the same top add-ons available on these as well.
Nissan maintains a healthy competitive spirit, allowing them to give buyers several options—many of them full of the innovative spirit. Each vehicle possesses several package options, like the Technology package, Convenience package, Navigation package, and more, and individual add-ons in addition to the abundance of standard features.
Cherry Hill Nissan
If you’d like to see what’s possible for your next Nissan vehicle and try the features out in person, Cherry Hill Nissan is always happy to guide you through with a member of its knowledgeable staff. Come see for yourself why the 2014 Nissan lineup is in a class of its own.