|By PR Newswire||
|August 15, 2014 06:27 PM EDT||
AUBURN, Wash., Aug. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- New vehicle advertising campaigns are among the best anywhere. While this is generally positive for car consumers, it often makes the choice on which car to actually buy difficult. Pulling the appropriate information according to your vehicle needs can be tough with all the stats being thrown at you. That's why one Seattle area dealership is hoping to make the choice a little less convoluted. Nissan of Auburn is offering a comparison of 2015 models, since these are the vehicles that are beginning to interest new car shoppers.
The dealership's comparison of the 2015 Nissan Altima vs 2015 Mazda6 is a great tool for consumers to use in their search if they are looking for a mid-size vehicle. The comparison lays out how the vehicles compare with each other in several key areas, including fuel economy, horsepower, capacity and starting price.
When all the factors are considered, the new Nissan Altima comes off looking pretty good. While you might expect the Nissan to be the winner given the source of the information, the stats truly speak for themselves. While the two vehicles are very close in a lot of categories, the Altima has that "X" factor that many consumers are looking for, with features like Flat Tire Assist and a full infotainment system.
With a full selection of the 2015 Nissan Altima and other new Nissan vehicles in stock now, consumers are encouraged to call or visit Nissan of Auburn. The dealership can be reached by calling 877-500-6185 or visiting online at www.nissanofauburn.com.
Media Contact: Dara Moore, Nissan of Auburn, 877-500-6185, [email protected]
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