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Plan on Buying Used? Explore the Options in our Certified Pre-Owned Inventory

For the Grand Rapids drivers who are searching for quality and reliability in their next vehicle purchase will find a plethora of Nissan models in the certified pre-owned inventory at the Gezon Nissan dealership. Our used vehicles are well cared for and maintained, and when you go the certified route, expect greatness with your purchase because a substantial warranty is included.

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The 2018 Nissan LEAF Offers More For Less

The 2018 edition of the Nissan LEAF offers owners more features and is priced lower than the previous generation, which makes it a fantastic choice for consumers looking for the ideal mix of driving range, technology, style and value. The new vehicle offers an aerodynamic exterior that's in harmony with Nissan's signature design language, an estimated driving range of 150 miles, a spacious interior and a wealth of such advanced technologies as ProPILOT™ Assist and e-Pedal.

 

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Nissan Earns Spot on Best Global Brands List for the Seventh Straight Year

Leading consultancy Interbrand recently revealed their list of 2017's most valuable global brands, and Nissan claimed a place once again, coming in at number 39 (an improvement from last year's 43rd. Interbrand cites Nissan's development of the company's Nissan Intelligent Mobility strategy for driving brand value, along with the obvious customer benefits that come from the company's development of electric vehicles and autonomous driving technologies.

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Don't Go Anywhere without Your Roadside Emergency Kit

 

 

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Your driving plan for the day is probably pretty simple: Get in the car and drive where you need to go.

And sometimes that plan gets thrown out the window. Your car battery dies, you run over a nail, or something else breaks down and you find yourself stuck on the side of the road.

Then what?

If you have a roadside emergency kit, you can make enough quick fixes to get going again or at least wait it out in safe way until help…

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Electrify Your Driving Experience with the 2017 Nissan LEAF

 

 

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Are you ready to explore the expanding universe of electric cars? Then let's dive right into Nissan's electric hatchback, the 2017 Nissan LEAF.

The LEAF is fully-electric as opposed to a hybrid. You won't find a drop of gasoline here. You won't even find a place to put it as the LEAF has no gas tank.

No gasoline, no gas fumes, and zero tailpipe emissions (zero tailpipe!).

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2017 Nissan Rogue Sport Still Comes With Advanced Safety Tech

Just because the 2017 Nissan Rogue Sport is a smaller and more accessibly-priced version of its larger Rogue sibling doesn’t mean that the brand has turned it into a “budget” version. In fact, this model has just as many impressive tricks up its sleeve as its big brother, including safety tech like Around View Monitor.

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The Fully-Loaded 2017 Nissan Murano Midnight Edition, Illuminated

If you haven’t heard, the Midnight Editions are back across the Nissan range, and can add some impressive visual flair to any given fully-loaded vehicle. One such model it’s available on is the eye-catching 2017 Murano. While every trim level is stylish in and of itself, the Midnight Edition builds on the features of the top-shelf Platinum trim.

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Automotive Financing in Grand Rapids

At Gezon Nissan, we're drivers just like you. So we're all too familiar with what separates a quality dealership experience with a terrible one. While setting up auto financing at the dealerships of yesteryear could be anxiety-provoking, awkward and flat out expensive, the team here at Gezon Nissan has made it our goal to change all that.

 

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When I Push Down On My Brakes, My Lights Dim!

If your lights dim as you are driving, and especially when you put push on the brakes, that might mean that your battery is a little worn out. Batteries generally wear out over a period of time. There is an immense load of power going into and out of your battery. Your car's windshield wipers, horn, radio and stereo, tail and brake lights, starter motor, interior lights, air conditioning and heating, and even your dashboard lights are all connected to circuits run by your battery...

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