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The New Nissan Maxima Performance Gives You Enhanced Driving Capabilities

The brand new 2018 Nissan Maxima Performance lets you easily shift into sports mode with the push of a button. You will get a faster and stronger throttle, more steering control and a better handle on the transmission. Sports mode also cranks up your engine sound to give you the ultimate sports car feel.

Powering the 2018 Nissan Maxima Performance is the VQ V6 engine. It gives you a powerful 300 horsepower on the road. The Nissan Maxima Performance's fuel economy does not suffer either. It has a respectable 21 miles per gallon on the road and 30 miles…
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Nissan Altima Keeps You Plugged in and Safe

The new Nissan Altima offers incredible, intelligent mobility so you can keep yourself safe while driving and stay plugged in while on the road. From the media console, you can find new restaurants, chat with your friends, and enjoy your music all hands-free.

The car's speaker system ensures your tunes are played with the best precision with the capability of custom tuning them to create the best musical experience possible.

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Nissan Armada - An Intelligent Truck

If you’re looking for a truck that can do everything, check out the new Nissan Armada. As great as it’s been in the past, it’s even better in 2018. From the rugged frame and suspension to its intelligent 4WD, there is very little this popular full-size pickup can’t do. Stop at Ardmore Nissan and check out this great truck and speak with our salespeople about all the Armada has to offer.

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The Beautiful Interior of the Nissan Maxima

At Ardmore Nissan, we’re excited to announce the details of the new Nissan Maxima. The features of the interior are more impressive than ever before. When you’re driving in the local area, you’ll be happy to have the features of the Maxima at your fingertips.

Everything about the interior of the Maxima spells luxury. There are sleek curves to the seats, providing comfort to the driver as well as all of the passengers.

The driver-centric cockpit is one of the new inclusions to the sedan. It allows the driver to have a shift lever that is ergonomically…

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Experience the Nissan Pathfinder in Ardmore, PA

The Nissan Pathfinder is a popular seven-passenger sport utility vehicle. If you also own a boat or a camper and like to get away on the weekends, this is the vehicle for you. It has a towing capacity of up to 6,000 pounds and 284 horsepower in the engine to take your stuff to wherever you want it to be.

This SUV also features available intelligent four-wheel drive. Whether you plan to head up to the mountains on vacation or you have to drive to work on snowy roads, it will get you there safely. The Pathfinder continuously monitors…

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Potholes Can Mean Misaligned Wheels

Going over a pothole or curb can be jarring and unpleasant, and it's also a reason to make sure that your wheels are aligned. When your wheels are out of alignment, your steering wheel might vibrate, your vehicle might slightly veer off in one direction, and your tires will likely wear unevenly. Having a jarring experience in your vehicle, such as running over a pothole or curb, can knock your wheels out of alignment.

But if you bring your vehicle into a repair shop, an automotive technician will measure your wheel angles and determine if your wheels are within…

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Stay Up-to-Date with Your Engine’s Service Needs

Your car's engine generates a lot of heat. The radiator and engine cooling system are designed to keep your car from reaching temperatures of up to 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit. When it gets that hot, things get destroyed. You'll know that your car is having an issue if it overheats frequently. A sweet smell, almost like maple syrup, can be one sign of this.

The cause of the cooling system failure can vary. Typically, it's the thermostat. But damaged radiator hoses, a cracked radiator or a broken water pump could also be the culprit. The earlier cooling…

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Can I Test My Battery Without a Voltmeter?

When the engine of your vehicle is not running, every electrical part is running off the battery. A battery that holds a charge will have no problem keeping your headlights going for a few minutes, or your audio system blasting away for hours. A test of headlight brightness with the car running provides a modicum of information about the alternator.

If you have the car running and the headlights are dim, then your alternator is not producing any current at all. Dimming headlights are an issue when you are driving at night. An alternator that produces no current will mean…

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DIY Headlight Cleaning Methods

Your headlights are subjected to a great deal of road debris and weather conditions. As such, they require cleaning from time to time. One way to tell that it’s time is if they’re not as bright as they once were. You have some options available to clean them yourself.

One very simple method that works well on plastic lenses is using toothpaste. Simply add some to a warm damp cloth and scrub the plastic. If they are particularly dirty, you may need to repeat the process. Once you’ve finished, use a clean damp cloth to rinse them…

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How Long Do Gaskets Last?

One thing that you may be wondering is how long you can expect your gaskets to last. This is probably because you were wondering if it is time for a change or checkup. There is no single answer to this question.

How long a gasket will last ultimately depends on the material from which it is made, the quality of the gasket, and the conditions that it is exposed to in your engine. Rubber gaskets tend to last between 20,000 and 50,000 miles, depending on the heat and pressure they must withstand on a daily basis. The typical…

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