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Why You Should Choose the Nissan Sentra in Wilmington

There are many reasons that the Nissan Sentra is a great choice, including its efficiency and its comfort. It also gives you a great deal of safety and tech features, especially for the price. At Cox Auto Group, we want to go over some of the highlights. 

All three of the available Sentra trims move around beautifully with a 149-horsepower four-cylinder engine. Another thing all of the new models have in common is an efficient continuously variable transmission. The Sentra is a front-wheel-drive vehicle. 

 

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Nissan Rogue Interior Features

The Nissan Rogue has enough room for five people. There is also enough space to handle the unexpected cargo that you may encounter. It has a divide and hide system. It will give you six different ways to organize the cargo space. You can choose the best temperature for your car with the tri-zone automatic temperature control. There are three different settings that can be selected. This vehicle has hands-free access. You can open your vehicle by kicking your foot underneath the bumper.

The Dual Pane Panoramic Moonroof allows you to bring the sun in so that you can have…

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Tips for Buying a Used Car

It’s time to choose a car that’s best for your lifestyle. Price is one of the main factors, but you should also consider your work commute, safety, passenger comfort, technology, and vehicle history. If you’re looking for newer used car inventory, you can always schedule a test drive in Wilmington, DE at Cox Auto Sales to get started.

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Paying Attention to Exhaust Leak Signs

The exhaust system of your vehicle is important because it aids in decreasing the emissions that come from your vehicle. As with other systems, it's possible that you could have an exhaust leak that develops. A common sign of a leak that you want to get checked by Cox Auto Group is engine noise. 

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The Value of Blind-Spot Monitors

When riding in someone’s car, a passenger may hear a beep and notice that an image illuminates in the driver’s side-view mirror. That is one way a blind-spot monitor could work. The technology uses audio, visual, and even touch-based warnings about drivers, cyclists, and pedestrians who may be outside a driver’s range of vision.

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