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5 New Nissans You Should Be Driving in 2016

2016-nissan-370z-coupe-300x169The 26th year for Nissan in the United States could become one of the car maker’s most enticing. With nearly 20 models to choose from, Nissan has offerings that few other car manufacturers boast. From SUVs to sports cars to minivans, 2016 is definitely your year to start driving a Nissan. Here are a few reasons to check them out.

Nissan GT-R

If you have the bank account for it, the $100,000 Nissan GT-R is well worth the money. Essentially, it’s a street-legal race car, capable of seating four people for the ultimate speed freak. Sporting a 545 horsepower, 3.8-liter, V-6 engine, this beastly car gets you where you need to go in style.

Nissan 370Z Roadster

The latest generation of the Z is nothing short of spectacular. It comes as a two-seater with a whopping 343 horsepower, V-6 engine, getting you from zero to 60 in just over 5 seconds. The interior is also a great addition to the car, featuring all the bells and whistles you could want, including two 12-volt power outlets, electroluminescent gauges, power windows and doors, and an option for either a hardtop or convertible. With all these amenities, it’s definitely a head-turner.

Nissan Titan

The full-size Nissan Titan pickup takes all you love about trucks and combines it into a single element. Whether you use it for work or simply love its looks, the Nissan Titan has it all, and it starts at under $30,000. Each of the three trim levels sports a King Cab, which easily fits five people. The bed is also lengthy to transport just about anything. Interior specs include dash-mounted power outlets for all your tools, power windows and locks, and additional options such as a navigation system, Nissan Connect with mobile apps, Sirius XM radio with Sirius Traffic, and a rearview monitor.

Nissan Armada

This gigantic SUV has more than enough room to get you and seven passengers to your destination in style and comfort. For families, the third row folds down for all your sporting gear, and available entertainment systems are found in the back of the front headrests, making sibling fights a thing of the past. If you have numerous drivers in the family, the driver’s seat has a memory to move your seat to its proper location, keeping the nuisance of adjusting your seat out of the equation. No matter what you need it for, the Armada is sure to hit all the check boxes on your list.

Nissan Versa

The Nissan Versa is the ultimate car for first-time drivers. Starting at under $12,000, you won’t have to break the bank to buy this car for your teenager. In addition, the Versa gets up to 36 mpg on the highway and boasts a four-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

This isn’t by any means an exhaustive list of the great Nissan vehicles in the lineup for 2016. Even if these models don’t tickle your buying bone, a trip to the dealership could prove fruitful. You definitely won’t end up disappointed.