Jan 17, 2020

5 Must See Vehicles from Nissan’s 2020 Lineup

Are you thinking of buying a new crossover SUV or truck? You’re in luck. Nissan’s 2020 lineup is here, and it’s filled with vehicles that are quite affordable. Nissan has a reputation for offering reliable, quality cars, trucks, and SUVs for drivers on a budget, and the automaker is continuing this trend into the 2020 model year. Not only will the cost of Nissan’s newest vehicles save you money, but they’ll also save you money in the long run with their highly efficient gas mileage ratings. With great MPG and vehicles that are available as hybrids and electric models, there’s something for everyone in Nissan’s new lineup. Here’s a look at five impressive Nissan vehicles for 2020.


  • MSRP: Starting at $25,300

    The Nissan Rogue drives as smooth as it looks. The Active Ride Control functionality automatically works to apply brakes and adjust engine torque when driving over bumpy terrain. The 2019 models even won the AutoPacific Best in Class Vehicle Satisfaction for a mid-size crossover. It comes in three available versions, each with a 2.5L 4-cylinder engine.

    The 2020 Nissan Rogue prides itself on the helpful safety features. There’s a 360 degree safety shield that monitors everything around you, making the Rogue SV and above ready to intervene if necessary. Blind spot detectors, lane departure warnings and high beam assist are just some of the things that give this vehicle a good reputation for safety.

  • MSRP: Starting at $31,530

    In 2019, the Nissan Murano was voted the best two-row SUV for its value. That reputation is continuing with the 2020 model, which comes in four different versions. The 3.5L V6 engine packs a serious punch, allowing for 260-horsepower and gas mileage of up to 28 MPG on the highway. 

    Intelligent all-wheel drive is available on the 2020 Murano. This function allows the vehicle to seamlessly adapt to changing conditions. You wouldn’t have to worry about switching back and forth from two-wheel to four-wheel drive when necessary because this feature will do it for you. 

    Another perk to the Murano is when you’re driving up a steep hill, it will automatically keep hold of the brake until you switch your foot to the gas pedal. This luxe functionality will ease any driver’s worry of rolling backwards on a hill after lifting your foot off the brake.

  • MSRP: Starting at $31,680

    Buyers have a lot of functionalities and features to choose from on the 2020 Pathfinder. There are 13 selections that have either two or four wheel drive on a 3.5L engine. Gas mileage is competitive, measuring at 27 MPG on the highway and just 20 MPG on city drives. 

    Technology is fully integrated within the newest Nissan Pathfinder. There’s an app you can download onto your phone to connect to the vehicle. Some functions give you the chance to lock your car remotely, start the engine and control the temperature before getting in, and it even helps you find your car if you seem to forget where it’s parked. 

    The 360 degree views around the car will help make parking a lot easier. A split screen option allows you to see the front, rear and curbside angles at the same time. It even alerts you of nearby movement that you might not see while being focused on parking between the lines. 

    Entertainment in the Pathfinder will definitely keep families happy. Audio controls allow for the front of the vehicle to listen to music while passengers in the back can watch movies, play games and basically anything else tech-wise on the 8-inch monitors.

  • MSRP: Pricing has not been released. 2019 models start at $30,690.

    The Nissan Titan is the automaker’s suped up truck. It comes in two different versions called the Titan and Titan XD. The XD is a more durable option for those seeking stronger towing and payload abilities. Both are equipped with a TITAN Endurance V8 engine that boasts 400 horsepower, along with a standard 9-speed automatic transmission.

    The Nissan Safety Shield 360 comes standard on both models, providing six safety features like blind spot warning and auto emergency braking with pedestrian detection. You can use voice control to make commands after connecting your Apple or Android device to the nine inch touchscreen.

    New and improved changes were made to the Titan’s exterior and interior design. It appears tougher and stylishly rugged, with elegant comfort on the inside. These models are expected to be available for consumers in early 2020. You can get updates on the truck’s availability on the Nissan website.

  • Nissan vehicles are a great option for anyone wanting to save money, without having to sacrifice quality. The SUVs are efficient on gas mileage and the trucks prove themselves durable at the most affordable prices in the country. 

    Keep an eye out online or at your local dealership. In the meantime, consider browsing the Nissan websites to stay informed on possible sales and offers that could pop up on these vehicles.

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