|By PR Newswire||
|August 21, 2014 07:02 AM EDT||
COUNTRYSIDE, Ill., Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Just as the size of an employee's desk is likely to increase with a well-earned promotion, vehicle size continues to grow as an automaker's lineup climbs the ladder from compact to midsize and beyond. In an effort to demonstrate some of the primary differences between Nissan's newest compact and midsize offerings, Continental Nissan in Countryside, Illinois has set the 2015 Nissan Altima vs. Nissan Sentra in a side-by-side comparison with results posted in the research library on the dealership's website.
In the same way that a mid-level employee likely enjoys a larger workspace than an entry-level colleague, a midsize sedan like Nissan Altima simply has more space with which to work than its compact counterpart. This is why drivers comparing the 2015 Nissan Altima vs. Nissan Sentra will note a larger, more powerful engine at work inside the automaker's midsize sedan option.
By no means is Nissan's newest Sentra model deficient, however. In addition to the vehicle's greater fuel economy potential when compared with the 2015 Altima, Sentra remains one of the most spacious compact sedans in its category. The vehicle even serves Chicago-area drivers with more passenger space and cargo volume than the popular Honda Civic.
With more 2015 models arriving weekly, Continental Nissan is the Chicagoland home for Nissan's newest vehicle line. The Countryside dealership welcomes any questions that local Nissan drivers may have about 2015 sedan models, and encourages drivers to schedule a test drive at their earliest convenience. For more information concerning Continental Nissan or the 2015 lineup of Nissan sedans, contact the dealership directly at 888-597-9598 or visit www.continentalnissan.com today.
Media Contact: Joe Veverka, Continental Nissan, 888-597-9598, [email protected]
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