Featuring bold, motorsports-influenced styling inside and out, the aggressive new 2012 Nissan JUKE sport cross is built to thrill combining agile handling, boosted power, and advanced technology that synchronizes driver to machine. Factor in its versatility along with affordable pricing, and you’ve got a vehicle unlike any other in its class.
Nissan’s jazzy new JUKE offers bold styling, unexpected levels of performance, and an available advanced torque vectoring AWD system with performance technology typically reserved for only premium vehicles. With its new 1.6-liter turbo four-cylinder engine, Nissan’s bold urban sport cross provides plenty of scoot to boot while earning up to 32 mpg on the highway.
JUKE features Nissan’s sophisticated 1.6-liter Direct Injection Gasoline (DIG™) Turbo engine and advanced torque vectoring AWD system. Grip and rip with JUKE’s standard DIG™ Turbo engine delivering the power and energetic performance of a larger engine while maintaining the better fuel economy of a smaller one. Two transmissions are offered in the sporty JUKE — Nissan’s advanced Xtronic CVT™ (Continuously Variable Transmission) with S-Mode and a 6-speed manual transmission (SV FWD and SL FWD models only).
Available in eight well-equipped models, Nissan’s distinctive sport cross delivers an unmistakable bold presence and sculpted athletic design inside and out. It’s aggressive and lean, with form-fit skin pulled tight around its muscular frame. The expressive JUKE delivers 5-door functionality of a compact SUV, with the curves and lines of a 3-door sport coupe.
Providing drivers with a unique connection with their ride is JUKE’s innovative Integrated Control (I-CON) system. Explore the I-CON system’s functions in one setting as a controller for the automatic climate control system, and in the other it offers a Driving Dynamics Mode (D-Mode) selector with three different throttle/transmission (CVT)/steering response settings — Normal for everyday driving, Sport for a more intense performance feel, and Eco for maximum efficiency.
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The 2011 Nissan Murano is One Classy SUV at Windsor Nissan
For 2011, the mid-size Murano crossover vehicle gets a new look in front, including a different grille design, new LED taillights, and refreshed bumper and fascia designs. Graphite Blue is a new addition to the exterior palette. Inside, the hue of the instrument-panel lighting has been changed from orange to white. Nissan has added a new SV trim to the Murano lineup this year, slotting between the base S and popular SL models but below the most luxurious LE trim.
The SV adds Bluetooth, USB and iPod connectivity, satellite radio, a dual-panel moonroof, a color monitor screen with backup camera and a power driver seat. The SL and LE trims get other additional standard equipment this year, with new woodgrain trim and fresh center-stack colors making the LE cabin more of a standout. Late in the model year, there will be an addition to the Murano lineup: the new Murano CrossCabriolet, a 2-door 4-seat soft-top version of the Murano that has a higher ride height than other convertibles while offering some of the same interior plush interior comforts and details as the rest of the Murano models.
Nissan’s Murano stands out as offering one of the most stylish, best-trimmed, and best-appointed interiors from a non-luxury brand, with warm, soft-touch materials and color choices than make some other mainstream-brand crossover models seem drab. The Murano’s powertrain, while not overtly sporty, is also one of the smoothest and strongest in the business for typical suburban use-getting ahead at stoplights and making safe, quick passes on the highway, for example. Ride quality is also worth singling out; the Murano has a pretty impressive ride, especially with the standard 18-inch wheels, without feeling too floaty for a curvy road.
The Murano lineup is now offered in four different trims-S, SV, SL and LE. While each of the models are offered in a choice of front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive, they’re all powered by the same 260-horsepower, 3.5L V6 engine connected to a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT). Altogether, the powertrain is smooth and responsive, and the all-wheel drive system isn’t configured so much for off-roading as to improve traction and stability on slippery roads. Ride and handling in the Murano is also oriented for family use on streets and boulevards rather than rutted trails. The 4-wheel independent suspension with large front and rear stabilizer bars allows an absorbent ride with crisp handling, and the speed-sensitive power-steering system-much like the one used in the Nissan Maxima sport sedan-has a nice weighting along with some feedback from the road.
Larger 20-inch alloy wheels help give the Murano a somewhat more aggressive stance in LE models, but the 18-inchers in S, SV and SL models have been redesigned this year, too. Chromed door handles and dual exhaust tips help provide accents and all models but the S can be had with roof rails. Inside, the Murano has a stylish look, including luxury-caliber surfaces and trims, available double-stitched leather upholstery and, in general, a warmer, softer look than you’d find in most mid-size crossovers. The cabin includes a dual-level center console, huge glove compartment, various storage pockets and ample cupholders. There’s enough space for three in back, and the split-folding seats flip to a nearly flat floor quite easily. The Murano S lands at the affordable end of the lineup and includes power windows and locks, keyless entry, a 6-speaker audio system, push-button start and an iPod interface. The SL adds Bluetooth hands-free, a rear-view monitor, roof rails, and privacy glass, while the SL brings a power rear seatback return, a power liftgate, rain-sensing wipers, leather upholstery, heated seats and mirrors, a garage-door opener and Bose premium audio with 2GB of audio storage. Top LE models get silver-accented roof rails, rain-sensing wipers, HID bi-xenon headlamps, and 20-inch titanium-finish alloy wheels, plus a power-adjustable steering wheel with memory setting, woodgrain interior trim and heated rear seats. Options at the top of the line are limited to a Navigation Package that brings a touch-screen navigation system and 9.3 GB of music storage, plus Bluetooth Streaming Audio and voice recognition. The new CrossCabriolet convertible will only be offered in top LE trim, with space enough in back for two adults and a trunk that’s significantly smaller-at about eight cubic feet-than the standard Murano.
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Blending full-size truck toughness with mid-size agility, the refined 2011 Nissan Frontier continues to be a leader in the mid-size truck category. Thanks in part to its extraordinary power, off-road athleticism, and solid build quality, Nissan Frontier at Windsor Nissan of East Windsor, NJ is a top pickup choice regardless of what you are into.
Forge your next adventure with an efficient mid-size body hugging a fully boxed ladder frame and a gutsy 261 horsepower V6 as your guide. The well-equipped 2011 Nissan Frontier is a versatile and capable pickup truck in a smart size that is extremely comfortable in a variety of environments and situations.
Engineered from the bottom up, Nissan Frontier at Windsor Nissan of East Windsor, NJ’s factory applied spray-on bed liner provides the protection and non-skid surface you need when the catch of the day is a 400-lb. boulder — secure the load with the Utili-track™ Cargo Channel System to make sure the rock doesn’t roll. Hook up to any toy up to 6,500-lbs. and tow to your heart’s content. Let Frontier’s Bluetooth® hands-free capability handle all the calls. And fire up your ears with an available Rockford Fosgate-powered audio system featuring 10 speakers.
The rugged Frontier is available in two body styles: King Cab and Crew Cab. A 6-foot cargo bed is standard on King Cab models, while Crew Cab buyers have a choice of a standard 5-foot bed or an optional 6-foot version. Trim levels include: entry-level S, the midrange SV, off-road-oriented PRO-4X, and the top-of-the-line SL (crew cab only).
Solid to the core, Nissan Frontier at Windsor Nissan of East Windsor, NJ is available with heavy-duty Dana® rear axles, an incredible 10.1″ ground clearance, hill descent control, and a 2-speed transfer case with impressive crawl ratio. PRO-4X’s electronic locking rear differential delivers equal power to the rear wheels to boost traction. Bilstein® off-road performance shocks and BFGoodrich® Rugged Trail T/A® tires flawlessly deliver race-proven off-road performance.
Safety is also a priority with Nissan; accordingly the 2011 Nissan Frontier at Windsor Nissan of East Windsor, NJ received the highest rating from the IIHS in front, side, and roof strength evaluations.
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If you’re looking for brute power, the Armada is king. Its V8 engine can handle a car full of people, a minimum of 6,500 pounds in tow, and the gear that goes with it all. The three available trim levels offer a price point for almost everyone, with the Platinum model having all the luxury appointments of its competitors, but with a lower price tag.
The Nissan Armada is powered by a 5.6-liter V8 engine, with 317 horsepower, 385 lb-ft of torque and continuously variable valve timing, mated to a 5-speed automatic with tow/haul Mode. All three trim levels are available as rear-wheel drive or 4-wheel drive. And in some areas of the country, the Armada is available as a Flex-Fuel vehicle capable of using ethanol.
Despite its size and massive engine, the Armada is surprisingly responsive. It incorporates anti-lock brakes, active brake limited slip, electronic brake force distribution and brake assist. It also has independent double wishbone suspension front and rear, with the rear being auto-leveling. The Armada comes with standard automatic headlights, heated power outside mirrors and rear sonar for assistance while backing up. The differences between the three Armada styles start with the exterior. The SE sits on 18-inch wheels and a body-color grille, while the Titanium and Platinum get 20-inch rims and a chrome grille.
As for the interior, it comes with dual-zone temperature control, rear air conditioning with rear controls, cruise control, 8-way driver’s seat and speed-sensitive windshield wipers. The Titanium and Platinum trims add standard keyless ignition, Bluetooth, a 4-way passenger seat, power 60/40 third-row seat, leather seats and wood trim. Exclusive to the Platinum level is the Nissan Hard Drive Navigation System with XM NavTraffic, heated front seats with memory, and heated, leather-wrapped steering wheel. Seating eight people means someone is going to need to be entertained, so the Armada has a standard 6-CD system with MP3 playback, auxiliary jack and rear audio controls with wireless headphone capability and headphone jacks. The stereo can be upgraded in the Titanium and Platinum Armadas to a 12-speaker Bose system, while a 9.3GB Music Box hard drive and card reader are standard equipment at the Platinum level.
Pending a complete redesign scheduled for 2012, the Aveo returns for 2011 with few changes. Notable among them are a new introductory OnStar package that includes six months of GM’s Directions and Connections plan with turn-by-turn navigation. Cosmic Silver is now offered in place of Silver Ice Metallic, and cabin air filtration has been added to the LT models.
Assembled by General Motors-Daewoo in Korea, the 2011 Chevrolet Aveo appeals to drivers on a budget. MSRP starts at under $12,000, which makes it one of the lowest-priced passenger cars available in the U.S. By utilizing ‘tall car’ design aesthetics, both the hatchback and sedan are roomy inside and feature a comfortable ride relative to other small cars. Mileage for 2011 is estimated at 27 city and 34 highway.
The 2011 Chevy Aveo is offered in two body styles: a 4-door sedan and a 5-door hatchback known as the Aveo5. Both styles are available in three trims: the base LS, the mid-range LT1 and well-equipped LT2. Just as in 2010, the 2011 Aveo comes with a 1.6L Ecotec DOHC 4-cylinder engine with variable valve timing, which helps it make 108 horsepower and 105 pound-feet of torque. It is mated to a standard 5-speed manual gearbox, while an optional 4-speed automatic transmission is available on the LT trims. The automatic transmission features a hold-control mode to hold a higher gear and to aid traction on slippery roads. All trims are front wheel drive. All Aveos utilize a MacPherson strut front suspension with coil beams and a stabilizer bar and a compound-link independent suspension with torsion beam and gas-charged shocks in the rear. On the base LS trim, standard features include a tilt steering wheel, rear defogger, air conditioning and an AM/FM stereo with auxiliary input.
The LT1 trim comes standard front and rear floor mats, cabin filtration, heated outside mirrors, and a 6-speaker CD/MP3 sound system. The LT2 gets cruise control, alarm, keyless entry, power doors and windows, power heated mirrors, fog lamps and performance tires. Available options on all trims include anti-lock brakes, leather-wrapped steering wheel, steering wheel controls, an anti-theft system, woodgrain interior trim, trip computer, aluminum wheels, vinyl seats, sunroof and wireless cell phone integration. Standard safety features include front driver and passenger airbags with dual-stage deployment, and seat-mounted side airbags for front row occupants.
A tire pressure monitoring system is also standard. One year of GM’s OnStar Safe and Sound plan is standard all Aveos, and new this year is turn-by-turn navigation via GM’s Directions and Connections plan, which is free for six months.
For 2011, Chevrolet’s retro-inspired Camaro sees more power from its V6 engine, up 8 horsepower over 2010’s 304. A new head-up display will also be available, as well as factory-installed “hockey stick” stripes in black, white, or gray. Yellow paint is now an extra-cost option.
GM wants to appeal to nostalgic buyers wanting to revive their muscle-car past with the Camaro. It’s also a hard-edged sports car or modern touring coupe, depending on how it’s configured. The new Camaro is priced to be a sports car for the everyman, with V6 models starting at less than $25,000.
The 2011 Camaro gets three different available engines under its hood. On LS and LT models, a 312-horsepower 3.6-liter, direct-injected V6 is standard. This engine can be paired with either a 6-speed manual transmission or an optional 6-speed automatic with TapShift manual control. On SS models, there’s a high-output LS3 engine available. It’s a 6.2-liter V8 making 422 horsepower and 408 pound-feet of torque. SS models equipped with the 6-speed automatic transmission get a lower-output 400-horsepower L99 6.2-liter engine featuring GM’s Active Fuel Management cylinder deactivation system.
All models feature a very rigid chassis with a 4-wheel independent suspension design, including struts and double ball joints in front and a double-isolated, ?4.5-link’ design in back. The FE2 suspension in V6 models is performance-oriented but also yields a little bit more in ride comfort. V8 models get a more stiffly-tuned FE3 performance suspension. Variable-rate rack-and-pinion power steering has been designed for a direct feel, and all models receive four-wheel anti-lock disc brakes.
Fuel economy is respectable for a so-called “muscle car.” The V6 has direct injection technology, which aids overall power and efficiency, and the V8 gets Active Fuel Management, a system that intelligently runs the engine on just four of its cylinders when coasting or cruising at steady speed. EPA highway estimates range up to 29 mpg for the V6 and 24 mpg for the V8. In terms of safety features, the Camaro shines. Front occupants get seat-mounted side-thorax airbags. Head-curtain bags for front and rear occupants and StabiliTrak electronic stability control are also standard. SS models have a Competitive/Sport mode that allows some wheelspin and more enthusiastic driving for the racetrack.
The Camaro’s retro exterior styling speaks for itself-especially with the addition of optional 18-, 19-, and 20-inch wheels-but inside it offers a unique mix of retro styling with modern materials and top-tech conveniences. The “heritage” interior design incorporates deep-dish retro-styled gauges, for instance, but LED light-pipe lighting bathes the interior in the glow of a modern luxury coupe. An RS appearance package is offered on LT and SS models, bringing a distinctive look that includes HID headlamps, a spoiler, a special tail lamp design and flashy 20-inch wheels.
The base LT stands its own, with an extensive list of standard features, to be offered at an affordable base price. It includes keyless entry, power accessories, cruise control, air conditioning and a 6-speaker CD sound system with XM Satellite Radio. LT models add sport seats, fog lamps and flashier painted aluminum wheels. With the 2LT package they get a Boston Acoustics speaker system and a Bluetooth hands-free interface is available. The SS in its top trim gets heated mirrors, heated seats, steering-wheel controls and additional gauges. The options list includes plenty of retro appearance equipment-such as a Hurst short-throw shifter, ground effects and special striping.
The 2010 Nissan Xterra is a basic, value-priced sport-utility vehicle that offers serious truck durability and off-road ability. With convenient tie-down points and storage spaces, it’s a good choice for young, active people who need to go off-road with a bike, kayak or other equipment. Yet with the back seat up and in place, there’s enough space for four adults.
The Xterra has serious truck underpinnings good for off-road adventuring, hauling heavy loads or towing up to 5,000 pounds. Its F-Alpha platform and fully-boxed frame are shared with Nissan’s Titan and Frontier pickups, along with the Armada and Pathfinder SUVs. In front, the suspension is an independent double-wishbone design with a stabilizer bar, while there’s a heavy-duty solid-axle setup with leaf springs in back. Off-Road models are supplemented with Bilstein gas shocks, which are comparable in on-road control but offer more wheel travel.
The base X model includes keyless entry and power windows, locks and mirrors, while the S adds step rails, a first-aid kit, a cargo net, roof-rack cross bars, a gear basket, upgraded seat fabric, alloy wheels, the Easy Clean cargo surface, a C-Channel cargo floor and a Rockford Fosgate audio system with Bluetooth, XM radio, steering wheel audio controls and an iPod jack.
Stepping up to the Off-Road model bring the aforementioned off-road equipment, Bilstein shocks, off-road tires, skid plates, fog lamps, roof-mounted lights, black body-side molding, a fold-flat passenger seat, blue cloth seat fabric and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. At the top of the range, the SE gets a standard automatic transmission, leather seating, Long Trail tires and body-colored exterior mirrors.