Nissan is the perfect car brand for you people in Bridgewater, and for so many reasons. Besides being so close to the Nissan dealership in Brockton, just think about it . .
Environmentally-conscious folks need an electric vehicle . .
Like any Massachusetts community, especially those with noted universities, Bridgewater is made up of people who want to treat Mother Nature well. What better way than a Nissan Leaf electric vehicle (EV). It gets the equivalent of 130 miles per gallon with a 100%-electric drive system that has nine range-maximizing features that help you go farther. The Leaf goes up to 75 miles on a single charge—and you’ll always know when it’s time to plug-in.
A recent price drop brings the starting sticker down to as low as $21,300 (after Federal tax savings). Five of you can ride in fume-free style, knowing you’re saving the planet as you go.
Ride in style to Boston with the best-selling Altima . .
In your half-hour trips to Boston, for work or shopping or pleasure, imagine going in class-leading style in the newly-redesigned Altima. This one topped the charts in March, beating out all the other mid-sized vehicles including the Toyota Camry. Passing the pump on your way is as easy with 38MPG. Instrumentation is designed to inform while minimizing distraction. Moving Object Detection alerts you to what you might miss. The tires even tell you when they need air.
You never know what you might encounter in Hockomock . .
The Hockomock Swamp, known as Bridgewater Triangle, continues to surprise with sightings of Bigfoot, mysterious black panthers, UFOs, and other weird phenomena. Who knows what you’ll see next? That’s why you need an Armada, the most ruggedly stylish SUV on the planet. Built on a muscular, fully-boxed steel frame capable of extreme towing, the Armada is traditionally rugged, yet spaciously modern. Armada has seating for eight, and no one has to fight for room. The third-row fits three adults comfortably, and the second-row bench – or available captain’s chairs – provides plenty of room to stretch out. The interior delivers tons of versatility, with seats that fold flat at the touch of a button.
How to get there . .
Get on Main Street going north, then onto Center Street (MA-106) going west. Merge onto MA-24 North toward Boston. Take exit 17A to merge onto MA-123 East (Belmont Street) toward Brockton. Nissan 24 will be on your right after about half a mile.