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Nissan Pathfinder Performance Features to Streamline Your Commute

Nissan introduced the Pathfinder in 1990, and it remains a popular seven-passenger SUV. Nissan continues to provide new technology, such as the many available performance features in the ,a href="/showroom/index.htm">Nissan Pathfinder. Among them are the 3.5L engine and the Intelligent 4x4.

The Nissan Pathfinder’s 3.5L Direct Injection Gas V6 engine is available with an impressive 284 horsepower and 259 pound-feet of torque. That’s more than enough power to provide seven passengers a comfortable ride with plenty of room for cargo, and all while towing up to 6,000 pounds.  

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Show Your Style in the New Nissan Maxima

To many people, the interior of a vehicle is one of the most important parts of a new vehicle. The exterior is nice when it looks sporty and attractive, safety is of course a big concern as is power under the hood. But when you are going to be the one that is inside of the vehicle driving it each day, you want to be sure that you are going to be comfortable and that your new vehicle is going to be easy to drive and easy to use. The 2018 Nissan Maxima is a vehicle that brings you an…

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Why Should You Change Out Your Cabin and Engine Air Filters?

Your Nissan vehicle provides you with a stylish and comfortable setting for your Chattanooga excursions. To keep it running in a safe and enjoyable manner, you'll need to replace your cabin and engine air filters from time to time. Like most components of your vehicle, your filters need occasional replacement over the course of ownership. What do the filters do for your vehicle?

Your cabin air filter helps to reduce the amount of impurities that enter the cabin of your vehicle. It ensures that your air stays safe for you to breathe. 

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Does Your Car Need an Alignment?

Whether you dominate the streets of Chattanooga, TN in a Nissan car or SUV, you deserve to enjoy the performance that initially inspired you to buy or lease one of our vehicles. From time to time, you'll need to schedule routine maintenance for your vehicle to ensure that it runs at its optimal condition. One item that you'll need to address on occasion is the alignment of your vehicle. How can you tell if you need to fit in an alignment?

One sign of a potential alignment issue is when your vehicle pulls from one side to the…

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Headlight Service Keeps Your Path Clear

The primary function of headlights is to help us see what’s ahead of us. Unfortunately, thousands – if not millions – of vehicles are manufactured with poor-quality headlights, not lending us the ability to see very far ahead during the night or heavily overcast times throughout the day. 

 

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Advantages of Scheduling Auto Service at the Dealership

The list of beneficial reasons to get your vehicle serviced at our facility is endless, so here are a few reasons we think we can earn your business:

  1. Our facility has several huge auto bays for getting in several cars at a time and reducing your wait time significantly.
  2. Every time a part is replaced on your vehicle, our mechanics will only use OEM approved automotive parts.
  3. The tools that we provide our mechanics are key for getting the job done correctly. 
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Signs That Your Car Needs Tire Replacement

Since the tires on your car are what get your vehicle from one location to another, they need to be in the best condition possible. If they are not fully inflated or the tread is bad, then there are safety issues that could arise.

One sign that you need new tires is if you feel any kind of vibration while driving. This vibration could be because the tires aren't as tight as they could be or because there are issues with the belt of one of the tires. Tread depth is another common sign that your tires need to…

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When is it Time to Replace Your Windshield Wiper Blades?

Windshield wiper blades move the rain, sleet and snow off of your windshield. They allow you to see more clearly so that you can drive safely. The lifespan of the blades depends on how often you use them, the weather and other factors.

In general, wiper blades should be replaced every six months. You might need to replace them more frequently if your car is always parked outside. 

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Why Timing Belt Maintenance Matters

The timing belt is one of the most important components in an engine. It makes sure that the crankshaft and camshaft work in harmony together. In the event that the belt breaks or otherwise fails, a vehicle will most likely stop running. Therefore it is important to maintain the belt as per your vehicle's owners manual.

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Should You Keep Driving with That Donut Spare?

We here at Mtn. View Nissan in Chattanooga want to be sure that you know the basics when it comes to the two types of spare tires.

The first type of spare tire is a true spare. This is the same size and brand as the four tires you have now so that it can be replaced and driven normally after replacement. The second type of spare tire is a compact temporary, more commonly known as a "donut" spare. 

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