Why Buy Hudson Nissan
If you’re in the process of looking for a new car, you probably have a lot of questions, especially if you’re interested in a Nissan. You’re probably wondering: what are Nissan’s advantages against Toyota? How about Honda? Kia? Why buy from Hudson Nissan? Our team at Hudson Nissan wrote this article to answer those questions for our drivers in Summerville, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant. We hope that it gives you a better sense of all that the Nissan brand and Hudson Nissan has to offer.
Buying from Hudson Nissan
If the benefits of driving a Nissan are appealing to you, there’s only one place to go. What makes Hudson Nissan the best place to get your next car?
- Exclusive five-day exchange guarantee
- Nationwide Lifetime Powertrain Warranty on all new Nissan models and qualifying pre-owned vehicles
- Free vehicle delivery within 300 miles of Hudson Nissan
- An extensive inventory of over 2,000 vehicles
- Two years of unlimited oil and filter changes for all new 2018 Nissan models
- Certified Nissan Professionals every step of the way—from the showroom to the financing office to the service garage
Doing business at Hudson Nissan isn’t like other dealerships. Here, our team will work with you to develop a one-on-one relationship so that we can best serve your needs—a relationship that will last for the duration of your journey with your Nissan.
Nissan’s Advantages vs Toyota
Nissan and Toyota are both Japanese automakers that cater to non-luxury markets. While Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works, Nissan’s predecessor, started manufacturing cars all the way back in 1911, Toyota has only been doing it since 1933. In addition to a longer production history, Nissan outranks Toyota in terms of customer service satisfaction ratings. Per JD Power, a global leader in automotive market research, Nissan scores 813 out of 1,000 on the Customer Service Index, whereas Toyota only scores 809.
Nissan vs Honda
Nissan also stacks up well against Honda, another Japanese car company. For the 2015-2016 year, Nissan had 38 active model lines on the market, whereas Honda had a mere 17. And, according to a JD Power Initial Quality Study, Nissan owners only reported 101 problems per 100 vehicles in the first 90 days of new-vehicle ownership. Unfortunately, Honda customers experienced 119 such problems in the same period.
Nissan vs Kia
Nissan drivers got an 80 on the American Customer Satisfaction Index, but Kia drivers only got a 79. This is just one instance of Nissan outranking the Korean manufacturer on well-renowned consumer reports. Nissan also equips more vehicles with standard Bluetooth® connectivity, navigation software, and post-collision safety systems. Finally, on average, their cars deliver 64 more horsepower and 25 more lb-ft of torque than Kia’s. If you’re interested in learning more about the specifics of certain Nissan models and how they stack up against the competition, browse our thorough library of vehicle comparisons. There, you’ll find informative research tools like Nissan Rogue vs. Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Altima vs. Honda Accord comparisons. At Hudson Nissan, we’re here to serve our customers in Summerville, North Charleston, and Mount Pleasant. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us today.