Nissan Wins Top Accolades in 2017 AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Awards


Winning in five different categories, Nissan won big at the AutoPacific’s 21st annual Vehicle Satisfaction Awards. Accolades were won for the 2017 Murano, Maxima, Murano, Rogue, TITAN, and Versa.

Nissan won more awards than any other automotive manufacturer. The Murano won in its category for the third straight year, the Nissan Rogue and Maxima won the award for the second time, and the TITAN and Versa won for the first time.

The Vehicle Satisfaction Awards are based solely on owner input and measure owner satisfaction. Looking at the big picture, points are tallied for not only the owners’ experiences with their vehicle in safety and quality, but also the ownership experience.

The Nissan Maxima takes the "4-Door Sports Car” to its highest execution ever, setting the standard for not only style and technology, but also for technology.

The Nissan Rogue with its new look and an enhanced utility also includes expanded technologies has become Nissan’s top-selling vehicle. The Rogue’s lineup has recently been expanded and for the first time in Rogue history, is offering a new gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain.

The 2017 Nissan Murano sets Nissan's advanced design direction with a V-Motion front end, boomerang lights, floating roof treatment and efficient aerodynamics. Moving to the inside of the vehicle, there is a wide center console, an airy atmosphere and advanced Zero Gravity seating.

The Versa sedan offers not only offers exceptional roominess but it also offers mid-size vehicle technology without a mid-size price. The Nissan Versa is also available in a hatchback model.

Nissan’s TITAN includes a roomy Crew Cab body and a new 390-horsepower 5.6-liter Endurance® V8 engine. The truck was first available in a roomy Crew Cab body, in both 4x4 and 4x2 configurations, it will now be adding a new TITAN Single Cab body style in November 2017 to the TITAN lineup.

Contact Crown Nissan of Greenville today to learn more about this illustrious lineup of vehicles. 

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