Nissan News Update August 2021: All-New Z Debut, Enhanced Pathfinder, Your Nissan Ariya Thoughts

August 19th, 2021 by

Image of Nissan Z with 2022 Nissan Pathfinder and Nissan ARIYA

 

All-New Z Debut

In case you missed it, Nissan recently unveiled the seventh generation Nissan Z® (no numbers included this time around).

While the auto market continues to ask for more new SUVs and trucks, the new Nissan Z already has it’s loyal fan base and you can bet they are enjoying the return of a legend to the Nissan lineup.

 

Nissan Z Debut YouTube Comment

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“It looks like a Z, generally, but with the futuristic modern look, and it’s awesome, it doesn’t seem generic and it looks great, thanks for another great car,” said one YouTube user, while another says, “This genuinely made me cry tears of joy and I don’t regret it.” Looks like Nissan made the right call bringing back the Z. And it’ll be available as both a manual and automatic.


Learn more about the All-New 2023 Nissan Z here

 

 


 

2022 Pathfinder Revisions Inside and Out

The Pathfinder is all-new for 2022 with a new look on the exterior, tech enhancements inside, and more capability just about everywhere.

It can tow a 6,000-pound trailer while many of its competitors max out around 5,000-5,600 pounds. Nissan Safety Shield 360 comes standard on all new Pathfinder models. Families take notice – second-row seating has been raved about by JD Power for convenience in allowing seats to slide forward (with or without a child safety seat) and wider rear door openings make for quick and comfortable entry and exit for every passenger.

What else we like about the 2022 Nissan Pathfinder: Pathfinder owners who want to take their SUV off the road have an available Intelligent 4×4 with 7 drive and terrain modes, making for easy terrain changes as you go. Intelligent Around View® Monitor is one of the great technological enhancements that makes everything about driving and parking easier in an SUV. And speaking of technology, any true tech-fan will appreciate the 2022 Pathfinder’s available 12.3” Digital Dashboard, Head-Up Display, and 9” touchscreen display.

Those looking for great deals on previous Pathfinder models should shop our Kelly Nissan of Lynnfield inventory here.

 

 


 

Nissan ARIYA – A Transformational Electric Crossover On The Way

New Nissan ARIYA SUV EV

 

A quick look on NissanUSA’s website shows the Nissan ARIYA‘s “reservations are coming later this year.” But we want to know, what do you think of the pending arrival of the new ARIYA?

From everything we’ve seen to this point, the ARIYA has impressive new design cues and features that people should get excited for. We particularly like the integrated Intelligent Rear View Mirror and Zero Gravity Seats, but what are you most excited for? Leave a comment below and let us know!

 

 

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