Face it. The weird-looking Nissan Cube is starting to grow on you isn’t it? If you frequently carry up to four passengers, the Cube offers you maximum head room. If your curiosity about the Jacuzzi styled interior, bench seating and glass roof is getting the better of you, head on over to the Nissan Dealer serving Lenola NJ, Cherry Hill Nissan.
Family owned and operated, Cherry Hill Nissan has been serving New Jersey and the tri-state area since 1985. In addition to the trendy Cube, we have a huge inventory of Nissan sedans, sports models, mini-vans, SUVs, and crossover cars. We sell both new and pre-owned models.
The new, no-gas, low-maintenance Nissan LEAF (Leading, Environmentally-friendly, Affordable Family car) qualifies for a $7,000 in lease cash or Federal Tax Credit. The LEAF delivers fuel economy of 99 MPG equivalents. It has a range of 109 miles on the European Driving Cycle.
Cherry Hill Nissan is very handy for residents of Lenola. It takes less than 15 minutes to reach us at 2325 Route 38 in Cherry Hill. This is approximately the amount of time it takes many of you to drive to work each day!
To find us from Lenola, drive southwest on New Albany Road and turn left on to W Camden Avenue.
Continue onto E Main Street then turn left onto S Holly Avenue.
Make a slight right onto E Mill Road then turn right onto Kaighns Avenue.
You will need to make a U-turn at Mall Drive.
Cherry Hill Nissan is on the right side of the street.
Whichever Nissan you drive off the lot, you are going to want to show it off to your friends and family in Lenola. Good luck with that because Lenola is a quiet little town with not a lot to do. Once you’ve taken in the Hessian House historical marker in nearby Moorestown, that’s pretty much it. Cinnaminson, Maple Shades and Haddonfield have more going for them.
Just across the Delaware River is Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where you will find no end of parks, attractions, museums and places to eat and drink. According to recent visitors, the Wagner Free Institute of Science looks ‘pretty much like it did in 1890.’