Posted by Bertera Nissan | Posted in Bertera Nissan, Nissan Rogue | Posted on 06-01-2014
Here are some operating tips on how to use your Bluetooth Hands-free Phone on your 2013 NISSAN Rogue equipped with Bluetooth.
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With 2 days until the new year and 4 days until our year ends it is quite the busy time here at Bertera Nissan. Being the End of the Year it is a Great Time to Buy a Nissan! Nissan has had a huge year with many completely redesigned models releasing in 2013. I cant wait to see what 2014 brings! We will aim to spread the Nissan word with our channels.. Bertera Nissan Youtube, Bertera Nissan Twitter, Bertera Nissan Facebook Fan Page, Bertera Nissan Google+, Bertera Nissan Linkedin, and of course our very own website www.BerteraNissan.com. These would be our main social sites. Is there another site you believe we should be on? Let us know in the comments. We do not want to miss out and love to check out new things. Just like the Nissan Rogues new fold flat floor. That is so cool! Have you seen it? You can check it out in our Go Rogue Video on our Bertera Nissan YouTube Channel. And many other videos we have on our Bertera Nissan YouTube Channel. In wrapping up our 2013 year here at the dealership all we can do is think about working for an even bigger and better 2014 at Bertera Nissan! Wishing you all well and to have a safe and fun New Years!
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Posted by Bertera Nissan | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 25-11-2013
So the Fall has arrived! Were the leaves turn and the leaf peepers peep.. The Model years also turn to 14 in this end of the model year happens each and every year. The 2013 Leaves are falling off the tree’s and the 2013 Models prices fall and all making room for the new 2014 ones! Just as the leaves change… So do the Model years. From now until they are gone its clean up time for the 2013′s left on our lot. We already have some 2014 Nissan Models here on our lot so we need to Clean the leaves… And sell off every and any 2013 we have here to make even more room for the new 2014 Nissan Lineup. Why wait for the End of the Year… The Bottom Line Sales Event is going on now! As we sit with about 30 2013 Nissan Altima in stock at the moment, it’s time to act! The 2014 Nissan Altima is already here and on the ground so you can choose from the 2013 or 2014 if you would like. Do not miss this event!
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So my journey in the Nissan Juke has begun. I must say I am excited! It has been awhile since I could say wow that seemed fun behind the wheel. And really with a little over 200 miles on the Nissan Juke so far that is what I would say.. Its Fun! So I will be Playing the Gas Mileage Game all over again. In the Nissan Juke I also have the advantage of being able to make it FWD or AWD so this could come into play with my mileage. I do try everything I can even down to shutting down the A/C… I did re-set the system when I started driving so I am aiming to get the base line in the next few days.. I think it will be in the 25-26 range and then we shall see where it goes.. Do you drive a Juke? I would love to hear what some of you are getting and any tricks you might have? I will say the air pressure in your tires can be a factor! Be sure to Check your Tire Pressure regularly. This can be a huge factor in your Gas Mileage, because if your tire pressure is to low your gas mileage can actually go down as well. Next week I should start my dash pictures of the Nissan Juke! Until then…
After 3,798 Miles here is my final shot of the 2013 Nissan Rogue actual gas mileage.
26.8 MPG I would say is VERY GOOD for an All-Wheel-Drive SUV. What do you think? Is there anyone that would care to share their dash pic so we can see what your getting after so many miles? I am in a Nissan Frontier for the next few days. I got in last week and the dash was 15.8 and I have already seen a jump to 16.8 mpg just by driving aware of it and trying to get better gas mileage. Simple really, Never really stomping on the gas. Leaving a little early so not to feel “rushed”. It should be a couple of days before I get my next new car and can start this all over again.
I really did enjoy driving the Nissan Rogue. Found it to have plenty of room for even me. ( I am a bit larger at 6′ and not so skinny) We shall see what is in store for my next Nissan in the Gas Mileage Game!
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Posted by Bertera Nissan | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 10-09-2013
B-Roll: 2014 Nissan Rogue
The 2014 Nissan Rogue is the first vehicle to utilize the new jointly developed Nissan/Renault Common Module Family (CMF) platform architecture. The added efficiencies provided by the joint development allow Nissan to deliver unprecedented value in the segment.
Posted by Bertera Nissan | Posted in Bertera Nissan, Nissan Juke | Posted on 03-09-2013
Ok, to be honest I do not think I am going to hit 30 miles per gallon while I have time to drive the 2013 Nissan Rogue. Do I think I could.. YES! If 90% of my driving was on the highway I do not see why not. You have seen my commute to work from my previous post As I drive the Nissan Rogue. (if you had read that) Well, my efforts have seen some fruition! Here is my latest accomplishment in the world of Nissan Rogue gas mileage..
At nearly 3,000 miles I have achieved 26.5 Miles Per Gallon in my 2013 Nissan Rogue as of yesterday when I took this picture.
I I did take a trip for lunch today to Steve’s Pizzaria in West Boylston. Side note- If you have not tried this place. I do highly recommend it for the over-sized subs. So yesterday I drove to work, home, and the gym. I have decided is it once again that time to try to live a healthier lifestyle. Even if it is just a little bit. Every bit counts right? If you want to hear more about my journey into the gym and trying to eat better in a car dealership either comment on one of our social media accounts or comment on this post. I have been considering doing that as it may help more than just me. But I would like to hear form you about that. Ok, back the original program material. ;) Below you will find a photo mapping out my trip for lunch. As you may notice there is some highway involved and I think that is a direct result of what you find directly below.
*** NEWSFLASH! 3,000 miles and….
So with a short jaunt to grab my BLT and a few others lunch today I climbed to 26.6 Miles Per Gallon in my 2013 Nissan Rogue!
Not sure if you are a fan of our Bertera Nissan Facebook page but I have been posting every so often what I am getting for mileages in my 2013 Nissan Rogue. A few fans that have gave me their input and I have had a few discussions with lead me to believe that 25.5 was going to be where I would end up for gas mileage. That was the average I encountered with information I had gathered. I had put a post out on our Bertera Nissan Google + page but the only response to that was the fan did not play the gas mileage game. I am very interested to find out if any of you play this game. Do you? Or do you know someone who mite? Let me know in the comments! I would love for any of you to take a picture like this and share it with us.
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And… KEEP SMILING!
So something came up on our Bertera Nissan FaceBook Fan Page where a car battery would drain after being left for a period of time. Now something that is not always recommended but can be a great idea if your Nissan is left unattended for a period of time. Even if your Nissan is not left for long periods of time the Battery Tender can extend the life of your battery. What really happens when you turn “off” your car? Well even those we believe it to be off.. There are still items at work. Even the smallest items that we may never ever think of like the radio holding your stations do take the smallest amount of energy. Even you miles on the dash take up a little bit. Over time these little items that we never think about do add up. They create what is called a draw. As they draw power from the battery. Now over night it is not a big deal. In some cases a couple of days or even more may not cause you any alarm. You get in and your car starts. But it could cause a dead battery even if your car is left “Off” for an extended period of time. I am sure you wonder how long it takes but there is not really a gauge for this. So, if you plan to leave your car for anything over a day/night you might want to look into a Battery Tender. As I stated before even if not you may as it could extend the life of your battery. A simple fact is that your car battery does not want to be run down.(discharged) It wants to have a fairly stable amount of charge. The more run down it gets and the less of a charge it will end up holding. And when the battery no longer wants to hold a charge. Well that is when it is time to replace the battery. By placing a Battery Tender on your Nissan it will aim to keep the battery at a full charge. That makes for a happy battery. I can not say that this will make your battery last forever because it will not, but it could help prolong its life. As well as not leave you with a dead battery, and car, in the am when we are all rushing out the door. We can only hope this tip can help a few Nissan owners out! To help those of you who do not know what a Battery Tender is here is a photo with a brief description.
- Complete 4-step charging program (initialization, bulk charge, absorption mode and float mode) that maintains batteries at full charge without overcharging via its 4-step charging system
You can find this particular Battery Tender on Amazon or request one from our Parts/Service center at Bertera Nissan.
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