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2008 Nissan Armada Le Sport Utility 4-door 5.6l on 2040-cars

US $17,500.00
Year:2008 Mileage:116500
Location:

Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States

Albert Lea, Minnesota, United States

good condition,newer tires,leather in great shape, fully loaded besides DVD player but has the drop doen compartment for it to be installed in.

Auto Services in Minnesota

T K Automotive ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Used Car Dealers, Tire Dealers
Address: 411 W Highway 2, Cohasset
Phone: (218) 328-5147

Steve`s Alignment Service ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Wheels-Aligning & Balancing
Address: 301 Old Highway 61 S, Askov
Phone: (320) 280-7244

St. Paul Automotive ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Auto Transmission
Address: 910 Randolph Ave, Mendota
Phone: (651) 298-0956

R.B. Auto ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service
Address: 7952 Wallace Rd, Victoria
Phone: (952) 452-3793

R & S Automotive ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Auto Oil & Lube
Address: 38 Woodlyn Ave, North-Saint-Paul
Phone: (651) 483-4259

Napa Auto Parts - Genuine Parts Company ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Accessories, Battery Supplies
Address: 14829 Martin Dr, Excelsior
Phone: (952) 949-1217

Auto blog

Nissan Leaf resale value expected to take a hit

Mon, 03 Jun 2013 18:31:00 EST

Nissan Leaf resale values may take a tumble, according to Kelley Blue Book. The vehicle evaluation resource said the 2013 Nissan Leaf will retain around 35 percent of its MSRP after three years; that's down five percent from what KBB gave the 2012 Leaf at the end of 2011. Automotive News reports KBB adjusted the EV's residual value prediction because the used transaction prices for the 2011 model have stuck around 35 percent for the past few months due to relatively cheap gasoline, not to mention the fact that Nissan trimmed the electric's MSRP from $36,050 to $29,650 before the $7,500 tax credit.
Since used buyers are often motivated by more practical buying concerns than early adopters or those wanting to curb their carbon emissions, they may not be willing to pay more for an EV. Meanwhile, early Leaf models are now coming to auction, abandoned by rental car companies after customers shunned them in favor of traditional internal-combustion vehicles. Many of those at auction have less than 10,000 miles and carry an average transaction price of just $13,700.

The art of racing the Nissan GT-R

Mon, 09 Sep 2013 12:30:00 EST

There's no question that the Nissan GT-R is one of the very fastest cars that money can buy, and that its sophisticated all-wheel-drive system and active suspension give its drivers an absurd level of control at speed. In fact, the GT-R's technical brilliance and video-game quickness often spur armchair critics to make absurd claims that kind of amount to: "The car basically drives itself."
Having a bit of fun with those particularly salty members of the peanut gallery, YouTube producers at That Racing Channel have put together an instructional video about the finer points of GT-R driving and street racing. Scroll down below to get an idea about just how difficult Godzilla can be to keep hold of at the limit.

Panoz and DeltaWing suing Nissan over BladeGlider concept

Mon, 02 Dec 2013 15:31:00 EST

Similarity is bound to occur in an industry where most of the products follow the same basic formula. But once in a while a new design comes along that doesn't quite reinvent the wheel, but comes pretty damn close. The DeltaWing project was one such design - and Nissan, the car's designers allege, stole that design.
After the DeltaWing proposal was rejected by the IndyCar series, its creators took it to Le Mans and brought Nissan on board to supply the power. Nissan subsequently pulled out of the program and came out with the ZEOD RC hybrid racer (right), bearing a suspiciously similar design with an unusually narrow front track at the end of a long nose cone, and a wider track at the back. The Japanese automaker then displayed the BladeGlider concept (below, right) at the Tokyo Motor Show, envisioning a translation of the same formula into road-going form.
The similarity did not escape Don Panoz, who - after making sports and racing cars under his own name and founding the now-defunct American Le Mans Series - was a central figure in bringing the original DeltaWing to life. Now Panoz has filed a lawsuit against Nissan, soliciting the courts to issue a cease-and-desist order on both the ZEOD RC and BladeGlider projects, naming Nissan motorsport chief Darren Cox and Ben Bowlby (who defected to Nissan from the DeltaWing program) as part of the suit.