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Best-selling Nissan sedans continue to arrive at Texas dealership

2014 Nissan Altima and 2014 Sentra among the newest cars in stock at Robbins Nissan

NORTH HUMBLE, Texas, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- In 2013, the Nissan Altima and Nissan Sentra were the two best-selling vehicles in Nissan's lineup. Between the two models, roughly 450,000 units were sold, which is quite an increase from last year's sales. With the release of the 2014 Altima and the Sentra models, sales numbers are only expected to increase.

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To assist consumers in researching the new 2014 Altima and Sentra, Robbins Nissan in Humble, Texas has added new model-specific Web pages to their brand new responsive website. The pages allow consumers to research Nissan vehicles, schedule a test drive or request more information on the Nissan models without ever having to leave the Web page.

With 320,000 units sold last year, the Altima continues its streak as the best-selling Nissan vehicle. The 2014 Nissan Altima holds onto the aspects that have helped the sedan achieve its current success, but it also adds some new innovative features. The Altima comes standard with a four-cylinder engine capable of class-leading efficiency, but consumers are sure to appreciate that the powerful V-6 engine offered in the past still remains an option under the hood of the sedan. Mileage of both engines is further increased by the standard continuously variable transmission which completely eliminates the use of gears.

The 2014 Nissan Sentra is another exceptional offer in the Nissan lineup, as it offers numerous innovative features at a reasonably affordable price. The Sentra keeps its cost low by making features available, rather than standard, which is great for consumers who are looking for an exceptional exterior design, but who can do without all of the bells and whistles in the interior. Among the available features in the Sentra is NissanConnect™ which comes equipped with a hands-free navigation system.

In addition to the new model pages, Robbins Nissan has implemented a new informative blog to further inform consumers about new and upcoming Nissan models. According to the dealership, the blog will not only provide in-depth information on new models, but will also have information on Nissan news and car care tips and tricks.

To view the extensive model pages or the Robbins Nissan blog, visit the dealership's all-new responsive website at www.robbinsnissan.com. Any questions can be directed to the Robbins Nissan sales staff which can be reached through the website, or by phone at 888-260-6861.

Media Contact: Chelsea Robbins, Robbins Nissan, 888-260-6861, ext. 2522, [email protected]

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