Archive for July, 2016

Derrick Henry Receives Nissan Titan

Wednesday, July 20th, 2016


Derrick Henry Receives Nissan Titan

The Tennessee Titans’ new running back, Derrick Henry, received a brand new Nissan Titan this past month. This prize is part of his induction into the Nissan Heisman House, Nissan’s fraternity for Heisman Trophy winners. The Heisman Memorial Trophy annually recognizes the outstanding college football player whose performance best exhibits the pursuit of excellence with integrity. Winners are the perfect combination of great ability, diligence, perseverance, and hard work. Derrick exemplified these characteristics and traits while playing for Alabama University. With his new status, Henry chose to receive a 2016 Nissan TITAN® XD Platinum Reserve edition with the Endurance® V8 engine. This truck is assembled by Nissan’s manufacturing plant in Canton, Mississippi, and the engine is assembled in Decherd, Tennessee. Derrick was inducted at Nissan North America headquarters in Franklin, TN, about 15 miles south of the Nissan Stadium. Derrick is the second Tennessee Titan to receive this honor; last year, Marcus Mariota was the honoree. We would like to extend a warm welcome to Derrick for becoming both a Tennessee Titan and a member of the Nissan family.

Nissan’s Heisman House is entering its sixth year. Its media campaign features a series of video vignettes. It also has a traveling college campus/stadium tour and social media elements; these include the opportunity for fans to vote online for their favorite Heisman Trophy candidates.

Nissan’s relationship with the Heisman Trophy Trust began in 2006. Nissan supports the Trust’s charitable activities and mission of service to our youth, especially those disadvantaged or afflicted.

Nissan Celebrates Cow Appreciation Day

Wednesday, July 13th, 2016

UntitledNissan Celebrates Cow Appreciation Day

Newton Nissan joined in on Chick-fil-A’s “Cow Appreciation Day” with a cow-themed Rogue and a big prize for our followers. Pictured above is our Cow Car (2016 Nissan Rogue), and some of our teammates who joined in on the fun. As a bonus to our followers, anyone who posted a picture of the Cow Car with #EatChickenDriveNissan was entered for a chance to win a $100 Chick-fil-A gift card. The winner of our photo contest was Nick Barry, who spotted the Cow Car in Gallatin. Every year, Chick-fil-A hosts a customer appreciation event by offering a free entree to every guest that dresses up like a cow. Newton Nissan’s Cow Car stopped at several Chick-fil A locations in the Nashville area, including the restaurants in Madison, TN, and Hendersonville, TN. The Cow Car tweeted it’s location as it arrived at each store. For info on more fun events, visit the Newton Nissan Facebook page.

2016 Nissan Pathfinder vs. the Competition

Thursday, July 7th, 2016


2016 Nissan Pathfinder versus Toyota, Honda, and Ford

When looking for an SUV, it may get a little overwhelming. One has to consider the many options available. You don’t want to buy a new SUV and realize you made a mistake, right? Well, you can’t go wrong with the Nissan Pathfinder. To prove it, here is the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder versus its competition on those key features in a great SUV.


This legendary SUV will get you where you’re going more efficiently than the competition, whether it’s loaded with cargo, passengers, or towing a trailer on the available hitch. The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder registers 27 MPG Highway, in comparison to the 2016 Ford Explorer, 24 MPG Highway; and the 2016 Toyota Highlander, 25 MPG Highway.


Even with its long list of innovative features, including the Advanced Drive-Assist® Display, Tri-Zone Automatic Temperature Control, and Push Button Ignition, The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder still comes in at a lower price than the competition. Starting prices for the 2016 Nissan Pathfinder, 2016 Ford Explorer, 2016 Honda Pilot, and 2016 Toyota Highlander are as follows: $29,830, $31,050, $29,995, $29,990, respectively.


With 41.7 inches of leg space in the 2nd-row — more than the Explorer, Pilot, and Highlander — Pathfinder
offers “cross your legs” comfort to backseat passengers. (Leg space for Explorer, Pilot, and Highlander: 39.5 inches, 38.4 inches, 38.4 inches)


One feature, among others, that the Pathfinder has (and the competition doesn’t) is the Available Around View Monitor; Four cameras create a virtual composite image of your Pathfinder from above to help you get into the trickiest spaces.


The Nissan Pathfinder offers a maximum towing capacity of 5000 lbs. The Explorer, Pilot, and Highlander fall short with maximum capacities of 2000 lbs or less.


The 2016 Nissan Pathfinder has been named one of Kelley Blue Book’s 16 “Best Family Cars” of 2016. Also, the Pathfinder is a 2015 “Most Popular” on

So, now that you’ve got the tough stuff out of the way, all that’s left is to have some fun and take a test drive!

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