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Thursday Tips: National Child Passenger Safety Month

Happy Thursday all! For your Thursday Tip today, we are taking a look at safety.

September is National Child Passenger Safety Awareness Month, and Nissan has 10 child passenger safety tips for drivers transporting their kids.

Nissan safety engineers spend thousands of hours evaluating child safety seats by installing them in the rear seats of current Nissan and INFINITI vehicles. The result is the Snug Kids Child Safety Seat Fit Guide, which helps parents confidently select a child restraint system that best fits their vehicle.

 
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Face to Face Friday: Holden Edison

Happy Face to Face Friday all! Today we are speaking to Holden Edison, one of our line technicians here at the dealership.

He has been in the car business for 2 1/2 years and 1 1/2 of them have been with us here at Bondy's Nissan. His favorite Nissan model is the Skyline GT-R(R32) because of the innovative design Nissan created. The RB23 inline six is his favorite motor, and it is in that vehicle..


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Throwback Thursday: Sun Favor Speed

Happy Throwback Thursday all! Still looking for that perfect "storm Area 51" vehicle?
Well look no further than this odd looking Nissan concept car known as the Sun Favor.
 
The Sun Favor was a solar car, powered by the energy of the sun's rays. Solar cars are the ultimate in "clean cars" since they emit no exhaust gases. Companies, universities and research institutes from countries around the world are now working on solar car R& D.
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Throwback Thursday: First Generation Greatness

Happy Throwback Thursday everyone! Today we are taking a look at the first generation Nissan Altima, which debuted back in 1993. With the 2020 Altima coming this year, let's take a look back at this iconic vehicle and what it meant for Nissan.The name "Altima" originally referred to a trim line of the Nissan Laurel mid-size car sold in Central America and the Caribbean before 1992. In 1993, Nissan discontinued the Stanza line, replacing it with the U.S.-made Altima.
 
 

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Throwback Thursday: The Fast and the Fairlady

Happy Throwback Thursday everyone!

Today we are taking a look at the 1972 Fairlady 240Z-G. The Fairlady Z was developed as the successor to the Fairlady 2000 (SR311). In late November 1969, the S30 (first-generation model) was launched. The first generation FairladyZ S30 (also known as Datsun 240Z) was developed as successor of Datsun Sports 2000 SR311 and released in December 1969 in Japan. modified model pictured was the fastest grade 240Z-G that was used as a police car in the Kanagawa Prefecture, mainly on the highways.

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Throwback Thursday: The Power of Patrol

Happy Throwback Thursday all! Today we are taking a look at the rugged Datsun Patrol, which debuted in 1951.

The answer to the Jeep, the second-generation Datsun Patrol was sold in the U.S. for a short period of time. This generation featured a rugged leaf-spring suspension on a ladder-style frame, with a robust 4x4 system.

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Throwback Thursday: Combined Excellence

Happy Throwback Thursday all! Today we are taking a look at the Nissan Gloria Custom Deluxe, a 4 door sedan that launched in February 1971. The Cedric and Gloria then differed only in the hood panel/mascot, radiator grille and rear combination lamps and finisher, etc. In April of the same year, a 4-door hardtop version (without center pillar) was introduced, Japan's first in the 2-liter class. Following a minor change in April 1973, the Custom Deluxe was fitted with a heated rear window as standard. 

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Tech Tuesday: Cruise Control of the Future

Happy Tech Tuesday everyone! Today we are looking at  Nissan Intelligent Cruise Control (ICC). This works like a standard cruise control, only with the added feature of maintaining a selected distance from the vehicle in front of you. This awesome technology is pushing vehicles into the future of car ownership, and is making every day actions more stress free. 
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