Best Sports Bars in Glendale Heights IL
Right now, the teams that will be playing in the Super Bowl are still up in the air. If you’re one to root for the local team, it hardly matters what the outcome is because ours is out of the running. Which doesn’t mean you won’t watch on February 4. It just means that location is everything for those sweet, sweet commercials. Not to mention, it’s the biggest game of the year even if you don’t care much about the outcome. So what are some of the best sports bars in the Glendale Heights IL area? These are just some of our opinions. Read the rest of this entry »
Nissan Xmotion Concept at North American International Auto Show 2018
It isn’t entirely certain what future vehicles will look like. Back in the 80s, you can assume motorists certainly wouldn’t have expected the styles we see today. Just look at a model like the Nissan Maxima, and you can see it is almost entirely unrecognizable from the first generation. One thing is different now, and that’s the fact that we know we are on the cusp of a big change. For this reason, our latest concept vehicles are all centered on the idea of autonomous and fully-electric cars. The Nissan Xmotion Concept, an SUV that mixes an artistic design with futuristic concepts, is no different. The latest concept vehicle was just shown at the 2018 North American International Auto Show, sometimes referred to as the Detroit Auto Show. Here are the highlights. Read the rest of this entry »
Official U.S. Pricing 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport
What’s the fastest growing automotive segment? If you’ve been paying any attention, it’s obviously the crossover. One of the latest vehicles to head into the Nissan lineup is the 2018 Rogue Sport, and we now have official U.S. pricing for the model year. Read the rest of this entry »
What is Nissan Brain-to-Vehicle technology?
What does the future of the automotive world look like? If auto shows have anything to tell us, it’s all electric vehicle concepts and (hopefully) autonomous driving. One thing we haven’t been expecting is more research into what Nissan is calling Brain-to-Vehicle technology (B2V). Essentially, tracking brain activity from driver data to “teach” vehicles how people react to different driving situations. What sort of value could this technology offer? Read the rest of this entry »
When will Nissan bring back the Xterra off-road SUV?
It was just over two years ago that we made a sad announcement: The Nissan Xterra was discontinued after the 2015 model year. Between the Pathfinder, Rogue and Murano, it’s not that Nissan doesn’t have plenty of great SUVs on the market, but none that are made for off-roading. Lately, the rumor mill has been churning about a possible re-release of the Xterra. When will Nissan bring back their coveted off-road SUV? There doesn’t seem to be confirmation at this time. Read the rest of this entry »
The new year doesn’t just mean resolutions for people all over the world, but a fresh start to flaunt new things. At least, this is how things work in the automotive industry. Nissan has just announced its plans for the upcoming Tokyo Auto Salon in 2018, an important show for the Japanese automaker. Not one to step down from a challenge, Nissan is bringing a total of 12 concept vehicle to the show. Here’s some of what you can expect. Read the rest of this entry »
2018 Nissan Kicks vs 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport
The Rogue Sport is only entering into its second model year and now it has been announced that the Nissan Kicks will also be joining us for 2018. The Juke is on the way out, which means we now will have two CUVs that have similar styling character. How do you tell them apart? Today we’re looking at the key differences between the 2018 Nissan Kicks vs 2018 Nissan Rogue Sport. Read the rest of this entry »
Top 3 FAQs About Electric Cars
Most people are a little bit afraid of the unknow. Aside from a handful of early adopters, the EV market isn’t well understood my many motorists. The overall impression? That electric cars are efficient, but inconvenient. The range is short, the driving experience is nothing to be enthusiastic over and there aren’t enough charging stations to go around. With EVs almost definitely becoming the future for the automotive world, here are the top 3 FAQs about electric cars. Read the rest of this entry »
Official U.S. Pricing 2018 Nissan Titan and Titan XD
In the heart of America, the pickup truck still makes a bold statement and the segment is a particular favorite for those living in the Midwest. The 2018 Nissan Titan and Titan XD continue to hold their own, and Nissan has just released official U.S. pricing for these two models, along with details on the attractive Midnight Edition package. Here’s what you need to know. Read the rest of this entry »
How do you use remote engine start in Nissan models?
Of all the things we need in our vehicles, remote engine start probably doesn’t seem like one of them. Until it’s -1 outside and you have to brave the cold to go to work. We’ve all been there, and luckily remote start is becoming easier to find. If you have the feature but didn’t bother using it all summer, here’s how to use your remote engine start system in Nissan models equipped with the feature. Read the rest of this entry »