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Nissan Announces Four Door Versions of Altima, Versa, Maxima and Sentra

Nissan recently announced that four of its popular models - the 2021 Altima, Maxima, Sentra and Versa are now going to offer four-door versions. If you are a fan of Nissan vehicles, these additional choices are great news, and will contribute to much greater convenience, particularly if your kids and their friends often ride in your vehicle. Made in Japan in Campbell specializes in maintenance and services for Nissan vehicles. Whether you drive a fuel efficient Nissan Versa, or the stately Nissan Armada, our technicians have extensive Nissan service and repair experience. So whether you own any two-door Nissan, or you just got the new four-door version, bring it to Made in Japan in Campbell for service and repairs. We…
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Nissan to Include “Safety Shield 360” on Ten Models

Nissan recently announced that it will include its Safety Shield 360 ADAS features on ten models, including Nissan Leaf, Titan, Maxima, Kicks, Sentra, and Rogue Sport. ADAS - advanced driving assistance systems – provide drivers with automatic safety features. Some of the features simply warn the driver of a potential danger, some automatically engage brakes to prevent or lower the severity of impending collision. Nissan’s “Safety Shield 360” is a set of six ADAS features that are particularly important for driver, passenger and pedestrian safety. They include: • Rear Cross Traffic Alert – when reversing out of a parking spot, driver is warned about approaching vehicles • Blind Spot Warning – assists driver in noticing vehicles occupying blind spot areas…
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If your Honda has been sitting in the garage due to the lockdowns, or just because it’s been a while since you visited your friendly auto mechanic, here are 5 things you can do to check if your Honda needs immediate attention, or if you can continue to drive it until the next regularly scheduled maintenance visit: 1) Leaks: If you have not driven your Honda for a while, just fire up the engine, and move the car – see if there are any spots where it was standing – any leaks should be easy to spot. 2) Tires: Compare inflation level – just walk around your Honda. Are any tires lower than the others? If yes, time to go…
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Great news for those of us who liked the rugged Ford Bronco – it is back! Twenty five years after it was discontinued, Ford is bringing Ford Bronco back. In its new incarnation, it will become an SUV, but it still has that rugged Ford Bronco design. It will come with two choices of the turbocharged EcoBoost engine, you will have a choice of automatic or manual transmissions, and plenty of accessories to choose from. Unlike the original Bronco, the new Ford Bronco SUV will be roomy enough to take friends or family on those outdoor adventures. Naturally, Made in Japan/USA/Europe will be ready to support the new Ford Bronco when it becomes available. In the meantime, we stand ready…
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May, 2020—Volkswagen is not only betting its future on electric cars (we talked about this in our previous blog posts) but it is also working on restructuring its manufacturing processes through creation of an Industrial Cloud, which is supposed to improve efficiency of its manufacturing plants, and reduce production costs. Initially by 2019 Volkswagen linked 3 plants, but now it plans to expand the project to 15 plants. Volkswagen Industrial Cloud provides standardized ways to collect manufacturing plant data, and use the data to provide predictive maintenance information and reduction of vehicle rework though the use of Artificial Intelligence applications. Data from several hundred thousand machines and manufacturing plant items will be recorded by sensors, and fed into the AI…
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