Nissan Used Car Dealer In Winston Salem Offers Variety

A leading Nissan used car dealer, Frank Myers Auto Maxx, makes sure that customers have a variety of affordable, reliable vehicles to shop from. Frank Myers Auto carries a variety of Nissan used cars in Winston Salem at affordable prices.

Pre-owned Nissan vehicles usually in stock at the used car Winston Salem dealership include Nissan favorites, such as the Altima, Sentra, Maxima and Rogue. The leading Nissan used car dealer in Winston Salem usually has multiple models of 2007 and 2008 Nissan Altima sedans in stock. This sleek and sporty car comes well-equipped with the long list of features used car buyers are looking for.

One example of the type of 2008 Nissan Altima 2.5 S that arrives at the dealership on a regular basis and includes everything used Nissan used shoppers in Winston Salem are looking for.

Interior features include power windows and locks, cruise control, air conditioning, Intelligent Key system with push-button ignition, rear window defroster with timer, 60/40 split-folding rear seat with lock and more. The audio system on the car includes a great AM/FM stereo with CD player.

Safety features on the Altima include driver and passenger supplemental dual-stage front airbags, roof-mounted side curtain airbags, front seat belts with pretensioners, load limiters and adjustable upper anchors, 3-point seat belts in all seating positions, front seat active head restraints, LATCH system of lower anchors and tethers for children, energy absorbing steering column, front and rear crumple zones and side-door guard beams.

Another used Nissan Altima that Winston Salem Nissan used car shoppers will love is a 2007 Nissan Altima 3.5. Features of this great used car include power windows with 1-touch up/down, remote keyless entry, air conditioning, AM/FM stereo with CD player, steering wheel mounted audio controls, low tire pressure warning and more.

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These two great used Nissan Altima sedans are just two examples of the many used cars  at the Nissan used car dealer in Winston Salem. Several other used Nissan Altima sedans are usually available now in addition to many other exceptional other used Nissan models.

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Winston Salem Used Car Dealership Provides Large Inventory of Used Nissans

Frank Myers Auto Maxx provides customers with the largest used Nissan inventory in Winston Salem, NC and Greensboro, NC.  Customers looking for used Nissan will have the best selection at the leading used car dealership in North Carolina.

Car shoppers looking for a used Nissan in Winston Salem know where they can find the largest selection of used Nissans.  Frank Myers Auto, a used car dealership in Winston Salem, has the largest selection of used Nissans in the Winston Salem and High Point areas of North Carolina.

With such a large inventory of used cars and used Nissans, Frank Myers Auto Maxx has used cars in Winston Salem for everyone. The huge stock of inventory at Frank Myers Auto Maxx changes daily so customers are sure to find their perfect used cars. With the largest inventory of used Nissans around, visit Frank Myers Auto Maxx today to find the perfect one.

Nissans currently available in the Winston Salem used cars inventory include the Nissan Altima, Nissan Versa and Nissan Murano.

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The available 2009 Nissan Altima is a slick used Nissan with good mileage.  With only 50,022 miles, this car has years of reliable driving left.  There’s nothing extremely used about this car as it comes fully equipped with great luxury features at an affordable price.

The interior features cloth seat trim, contoured reclining front bucket seats with adjustable head restraints and an 8-way power driver seat with manual lumbar.  Comfort features include a tilt and telescopic steering column, leather wrapped steering wheel with mounted audio and cruise controls, Intelligent Key system with push-button ignition, power windows with 1-touch up/down, power locks, retained accessory power, cruise control, air conditioning with micro filter ventilation and rear vents, rear seat heat ducts and dual 12V DC power points.  Listen to music through a six-speaker AM/FM stereo with CD player and auxiliary input jack.

Customers shopping for a sedan will love the available 2008 Nissan Versa.  This Versa features comfortable suede-tricot cloth seat trim, tilt steering column, immobilizer system, tachometer, a tire pressure monitoring system, power rear trunk release, AM/FM stereo with a CD player, air conditioning with in-cabin microfilter, 12-volt power outlet and more.

The Versa has just 25,666 miles, is a Certified pre-owned Nissan and is on the market at a great value.

The leading used car dealership in Winston Salem also carries used trucks and used SUVs, including a great 2007 Nissan Murano.  This vehicle runs on a powerful engine with a 5-speed automatic transmission w/OD.  With 4-wheel drive, this Murano is ready for an adventure.  Other features include a dual-level center console with storage, tilt steering column, air conditioning, rear heater duct, cell phone storage and more.

Frank Myers Auto Maxx has used cars in Winston Salem for everyone, including a variety of used Nissan vehicles.  With the largest inventory of used Nissan vehicles in the area, Frank Myers Auto Maxx has the right Nissan for all drivers.


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Frank Myers Auto Maxx Presents: 2010 Nissan Altima Review

Frank Myers Auto Maxx, a used car dealer in Winston-Salem, presents a review of the 2010 Nissan Altima.

USA Today, one of the most read newspapers in the United States, just published their review of the 2010 Nissan Altima. The glowing results are a positive sign for things to come with Nissan.

James Healey, author of the review, noted that the new Nissan Altima had a “different hood, grille and wheels and tweaked interior. “

He also noted that the V-6 test car seemed as different from the four-cylinder tester as” fish from fowl.”

While the four-cylinder Altima finished sixth among eight midsize rivals in a recent USA TODAY/ contest, it should be noted that the vehicle still gets strong marks for drivability and a ride/handling blend that’s hard to achieve. In that sense, the four-cylinder and the V-6 are alike — a sweet mix of cornering confidence and ride comfort.

But while USA Today said that the four-cylinder is “just OK”, the Nissan V-6 engine is among the most satisfying and pleasant powertrains ever put under the hood of a production car. And the CVT (continuously variable automatic transmission) is tuned differently in the V-6, making it far more pleasant to drive. Nissan is among the best at executing CVTs. Theirs generally escape, or minimize, the slipping-clutch personality many CVTs have when you jump the gas pedal.

It should also be noted that, even thought the new Altima gets mostly high marks, there are a few things that need improvement. The cloth trim and upholstery in both interiors looked and felt cheap. The admirable attempt to make the dark dashboard treatment seem a deliberate, classy monochrome merely looked dreary. For some reason, the gauges’ characteristically Nissan orange illumination looked different and seemed a lot less unpleasant on the V-6 car.

The seats in both cars were lumpy and uncomfy. They were a deal-breaker in the four, which lacks excitement to outweigh the aggravation, but downgraded to an annoyance in the V-6 because of its oh-boy-this-is-fun persona.

Cubbies, nooks, knobs, controls — all the details that can make or break the daily drive — were handled smartly, pleasingly. And the parking brake was the step-on, step-off type that’s easier to use than the sort that force you to yank a lever under the dash to release the parking-brake.

If you don’t need the all-wheel drive that some midsize sedans offer (such as Subaru Legacy, Suzuki Kizashi, Volkswagen Passat and Ford Fusion) the updated Altima — at least the V-6 version — seems a commendable, even embraceable, way to have your family accommodations and your driving satisfaction, too.

So…how much for a car this nice? The four-cylinder starts at $20,620 including $720 shipping. V-6 starts at $25,240. V-6 test car was $27,785; four-cylinder tester, $24,985.

How potent? 2.5-liter four-cylinder is rated 175 horsepower at 5,600 rpm, 180 pounds-feet of torque at 3,900 rpm. 3.5-liter V-6 rated 270 hp at 6,000 rpm, 258 lbs.-ft. at 4,400.

How big? Approximately the same size as the Accord and Camry. Altima’s 190.7 inches long, 70.7 in. wide, 58 in. tall on a 109.3-in. wheelbase. Weighs 3,180 to 3,357 lbs.

How thirsty? The four-cylinder is rated 23 miles per gallon in town, 32 highway, 27 combined. The V-6 test car trip computer showed 18.1 mpg.

“I’m pleased that Nissan has stepped up to the pump and made a good car great,” said  Tracy Myers, owner of Winston-Salem used car dealership in North Carolina (Frank Myers Auto Maxx). “The 2009 Altima is a great vehicle that our customer’s seem to enjoy very much and we’re excited about being able to offer the 2010 model very soon.”

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