|By PR Newswire||
|April 24, 2014 07:21 PM EDT||
LAWRENCE, Kan., April 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Briggs Nissan Lawrence has found that the combination of its ever-expanding new and used car inventory and its cordial sales team that treats clients like family has been a success in finding the right vehicle for a wide variety of drivers. With an increasing customer satisfaction rate, Briggs Nissan Lawrence strives to reach out and assist the Topeka community.
Dedicated to serving an assortment of individuals and families, Briggs Nissan Lawrence is determined to offer the lowest possible prices on the best-selling vehicles on the market. The 2014 Altima is one such vehicle that has been identified not only as a family car but also a strong candidate for commuting business men and women.
The 2014 Altima provides plenty of room for passengers no matter their age or height in both the front and back seat in addition to abundant trunk space. Fuel efficiency is satisfying while the amount of horsepower is quite impressive for such an affordable vehicle that performs well in both city and highway driving situations.
Briggs Nissan Lawrence has also made known that the 2014 Nissan lineup currently available at the dealership includes cars, trucks, and SUVs, some of which have topped the recommendation charts of reputable sources such as Motor Trend and KBB.com. Nissan has created flexible vehicles designed to suit a variety of drivers and terrain.
More information regarding the 2014 Nissan Altima, new cars, or used car specials can be found at the dealer's website, www.briggsnissanlawrence.com. Those who wish to speak with a sales representative may call 855-346-9383. Briggs Nissan Lawrence welcomes all interested parties who would prefer to see the vehicles in person to visit its location at 2101 W 29th Terrace.
Media Contact: Kory Suppes, Briggs Nissan Lawrence, 855-346-9383, [email protected]
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