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2010 Nissan Armada Se Sport Utility 4-door 5.6l on 2040-cars

Year:2010 Mileage:59388
Location:

Newkirk, Oklahoma, United States

Newkirk, Oklahoma, United States

2010 Nissan Armada.  Under 60,000 miles.  3rd row seating, electric fold down 3rd row.  Cloth interior.

Auto Services in Oklahoma

Zoom Towing ★★★★★

Automobile Parts & Supplies, Towing, Automobile Salvage
Address: 1736 NW 2nd St, Wheatland
Phone: (405) 602-9666

Weatherford Mach. Works ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Auto Engine Rebuilding, Machine Shops
Address: 110 N Custer St, Colony
Phone: (580) 772-5287

Tulsa Auto Service & Sales ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Electric Service, Emissions Inspection Stations
Address: Peggs
Phone: (918) 838-9999

Thoroughbred Motors ★★★★★

Used Car Dealers
Address: 9615 Broadway Ext, The-Village
Phone: (405) 848-0098

Super Clean Detail Shop ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Car Wash, Automobile Detailing
Address: 8600 S Western Ave, Wheatland
Phone: (405) 634-1166

Scout Auto Repair ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Body Repairing & Painting, Automobile Parts & Supplies
Address: 900 N Flood Ave, Goldsby
Phone: (405) 801-2234

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MI man injured in crazy Nissan Titan crash caught on video

Tue, 20 Aug 2013 19:59:00 EST

Earlier today, a man from Kentwood, Michigan was seriously injured after a bizarre accident on Interstate 96 outside of Lansing. While he's expected to make a full recovery, it's the footage captured by another driver that makes this incident so remarkable.
The 59-year-old driver of the Nissan Titan involved in the crash was towing a trailer when he hit the median and was catapulted over a guardrail into a local creek. A driver that was traveling alongside caught the entire incident on Vine, creating a disturbing loop of the truck flying through the air, before disappearing from view.
The man was recovered by rescue services, taken to a hospital, and is expected to make a full recovery. It's unclear what caused him to lose control and end up on the median. Scroll down for the six-second Vine video.

Nissan Canada kills Cube, is US next?

Mon, 12 May 2014 14:00:00 EST

Canadians, say goodbye to the quirky Nissan Cube. In fact, it's too late; it's already gone. The question now becomes whether the boxy model gets the axe in the US as well.
Nissan didn't exactly publicize the Cube's Canadian retirement. An Autos.ca reader noticed that the vehicle was no longer listed on the automaker's official site in the Great White North. He tweeted the company about it and was told, "Yes, the Nissan Cube has been discontinued in Canada."
The news certainly makes you wonder what the future for the model is in the US. The Cube isn't exactly a hot seller here, either. According to Nissan's last sales results, it sold just 356 units in April, down 23.9 percent from a year ago, and 1,604 vehicles from January to April, down 33.7 percent. Annual sales were as high as 23,000 units in 2010, but they started dipping as early as 2011.

2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo to hit 60 mph in 2 seconds?

Wed, 31 Jul 2013 13:01:00 EST

Here's your daily dose of incredulity - AutoExpress is reporting the 2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo will hit 60 miles per hour in two seconds. Okay. The report comes from an unnamed source that AE spoke with at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and would mean that the GT-R Nismo, a car that will likely sit below $150,000, will be able to outsprint (over short distances) a 1200-horsepower, $2.58-million Bugatti Veyron Super Sport.
Citing a more potent version of the GT-R's twin-turbocharged V-6 along with a healthy drop in weight, AutoExpress says that the performance is the result of the same group that helped develop the Juke Nismo, Williams Advanced Engineering. An unnamed engineer for Williams (it's not made clear if this is the same source from Goodwood) notes that there are improvements to be had "even with a car like the GT-R."
As exciting as the GT-R Nismo is going to be, we're having a hard time accepting that it will be able to hit 60 in two seconds flat, at least on street tires. What do you think? Have your say in Comments.