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Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC) works like a standard cruise control, only with the added feature of maintaining a selected distance from the vehicle in front of you.

The distance to the vehicle ahead can be selected at any time depending on the traffic conditions.
Each time the DISTANCE switch is pushed, the set distance will change to long, medium, short and back to long again.
The distance to the vehicle ahead will change according to the vehicle speed. The higher the vehicle speed, the longer the distance.
If the vehicle in front is traveling slower than your set speed, the ICC will automatically match that vehicle’s speed. Once the road ahead clears, the ICC will resume your set speed automatically
Each time the engine is started, the initial setting becomes “Long.”
When the road ahead is clear, the driver can set the speed range between approximately 20 to 90 miles per hour.

To set the ICC system, push and quickly release the CRUISE ON-OFF switch. You can confirm the setting of the Intelligent Cruise Control system in the vehicle information display.

The detection range of the sensor is approximately 390 feet in front of you. It will not detect the following objects:

Stationary and slow moving vehicles
Pedestrians or objects in the roadway
Oncoming vehicles in the same lane





Exceptional cabin space, comfort and options—324 seat configurations to be exact. The Nissan NV is redefining the concept of a passenger van.


We now offer a forward collision avoidance system with the 2016 Rogue compact SUV.

Nissan of Keene now offers the Forward Emergency Braking (FEB) system with the Rogue SL Premium Package. The system uses radar to monitor speed and proximity to the vehicle ahead and applies engine braking to avoid a potential collision. (The system is also available on the Maxima.) Rogue trim levels remain unchanged with the S, SV, and SL in front-wheel or all-wheel drive.


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What’s new for 2016?2016-nissan-altima-nh

The first, most noticeable differences between the 2016 Altima and the 2015 model are with the exterior. The 2016 Altima’s front end is all-new, featuring a V-shaped, chrome-trimmed grille and V-shaped headlights matching the new Murano and Maxima. The 2016 Altima also has several new wheel types, new fog lights andtaillights, and a new color called Deep Blue Pearl, which wasn’t available on last year’s Altima.

The 2016 Altima also gets some advanced active safety features that weren’t available last year, including forward emergency braking and Intelligent Cruise Control. The Zero Gravity front seats have been reshaped to be even more comfortable than before, and the center console has been redesigned as well. The Altima’s 5-inch color audio display is now standard, and Siri Eyes Free is available for the first time.


What’s New for the 2016 Nissan Rogue?

For 2016 th2016-nissan rogue-nhe Rogue SL trim now adds an emergency telematics system called NissanConnect Services, while other newly available features include Siri Eyes Free and an enhanced collision mitigation system with automatic braking. Also, an Appearance package for the base S trim is now offered which enhances the appearance of the the exterior.
2016 Nissan Rogue – NH











What is “NissanConnect”?

Now available on the 2015 Nissan Altima, NissanConnect with Navigation and Mobile Apps uses hands-free technology, your smartphone, and your Nissan’s display screen to help you stay in touch with the outside world from inside your vehicle.

It’s loaded with features and a growing list of apps that let you play your music, keep tabs on your social network, and navigate any city like a local.


Nissan is offering some terrific incentives on the 2015 Nissan Altima for the month of July.
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Many children get their only healthy meal while in school. Summer is here and the need for donation is high. Please help us support the Keene Community Kitchen.

During the Month of June, Nissan of Keene hopes to fill a Nissan Commercial Vehicle with donations.

Details HERE.

 This is shaping up to be one of the worst years ever for potholes in New England. And that means a lot of vehicles are going to need an alignment.DEA13 0225 Pothole 5895

Luckily, Nissan of Keene has a Springtime Alignment Special right now. (Click HERE for details.)
When you hit a pothole it can cause your vehicle’s wheels to go out of alignment, meaning they are no longer pointing in a parallel direction, which can cause all sorts of problems with your vehicle’s tires and suspension system. The more potholes you hit, the greater the likelihood that your wheels may go out of alignment.

At this point, what you need is called an “alignment”, meaning simply they need to be brought back to pointing in the exact correct direction. Simple as that.

nh+pothole-Potholes can also cause damage to tires, steering, and suspension parts, shocks and struts. If a pothole is large enough for the tire to drop into- you can expect damage to occur. Your only defense against the damage caused by potholes is avoid as many as possible and slow down for the ones you can not avoid. If you do hit a pothole with a jolt that jars your teeth it is best to have your vehicle looked at by your servicing mechanic. Even though there may not be visible damage there is the potential for problems.

If you notice that your Nissan is pulling left or right, or that your tire’s tread is wearing off on the inside or outside edge you should have us check it out.

A proper wheel alignment should always start and end with a test drive. The front end and steering linkage will be checked for wear before performing an alignment. The tires should all be in good shape with even wear patterns from proper tire rotation, deep tread and sufficient tire pressure. A Nissan technician will determine, through a series of test and measurements how each tire needs to be balanced and aligned.










We will put your Nissan on our computerized alignment machine, and check what is known as the “toe, caster and camber measurements.”

What these terms mean:

Toe measures the difference between the front of the tires and the back of the tires. This is determined by checking if the front of the tires are closer together than the rear of the tires your tires are toed in. This means your vehicle is going down road slightly sideways. If the toe isn’t corrected you can expect the tires to wear quickly.

Camber is the measurement that looks at how much a tire is leaning in or out. A camber problem will cause wear to the inside or outside edge of the tire.

Caster measures the relationship of the wheels to one another. Most vehicles today require a four wheel alignment. To have your vehicle properly aligned you need to find a shop that has the proper equipment and a qualified technician to perform the service.


A little advice:

Keeping your tires properly inflated will help reduce damage from potholes and other road hazards. The impact of potholes on tires increases dramatically with speed and can cause hidden, internal damage that could lead to tire failure weeks, or even months, later.

It’s best to avoid potholes entirely, but if that’s not possible, don’t brake during the pothole impact. Instead, apply brakes before hitting a pothole and release them just prior to impact. Braking during the impact sets up the tire and wheel assembly for a “solid hit” against the edge of the hole. Less severe damage occurs when a tire is rolling than when it is skidding over a hole during braking.

Click HERE for details of our Springtime Alignment Special

oil-change-nh This sure has been a long, rough winter. It’s been hard on all of us- and on our cars. A good example of this is what happens to your oil in cold weather.

When your engine is cold, it operates in a way that makes the fuel mixture run more “rich”, which causes excess fuel to spill down past the piston rings and into the crankcase. Over time, this dilutes the oil and breaks down its chemical fortifying packages, which ultimately diminishing the oil’s ability to flow.

oil-changeThis change in viscosity decreases the oil’s ability to protect the internal engine parts. It also causes it to resist vaporization and oxidation. Other damaging effects are acid buildup and ash, causing a further breakdown of viscosity as well as internal sludge buildup.

In plain English: Winter driving is hard on your engine’s oil.

But there is good news. Right now Nissan of Keene is offering a buy one, get one free oil change.

Details are HERE.

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