Experience The All New ProPilot Assist Feature Coming Soon To Cardinale Nissan

By Nathalie Godoy | Posted in Uncategorized on Wednesday, August 16th, 2017 at 4:04 pm

Nissan is always looking for ways to make driving easier and safer for all, and the new Nissan ProPilot Assist technology does just that. It can help you maintain a safe distance behind other cars, stay within the lanes, navigate more efficiently and automatically park in any suitable space around Monterey. Cars like the Nissan Altima and Nissan Leaf will become far more enjoyable to drive, so be sure to stop by Cardinale Nissan once the 2018 models arrive.

Simplifying Tasks

There are many everyday tasks that drivers must accomplish, and one of the most difficult jobs is parking, especially on busy road. With the new ProPilot Park feature, your Nissan Maxima will quickly be able to automatically pull into in any space that is large enough, even if it requires parallel parking. By using various sensors and cameras, the car and accelerate, turn the wheel and brake to bring you into the desired spot.

Assisted Driving

The ProPilot system can’t take over all the functions of a car though, and it still requires the driver to have a steady grip on the wheel when using it on roads. When activated on a highway or while cruise control is enabled, the car will automatically keep the car a safe distance away from other vehicles at a speed set by the driver, as long as they keep at least one hand on the steering wheel. This is especially useful on long road trips or in highway traffic, and will help keep drivers safely in their lane and moving at the proper speed.

Cardinale Nissan will be happy to assist you with any questions about our cars or car buying process, just like the ProPilot Assist helps drivers. For more information and specifications about each of our models, visit www.cardinalenissan.com.

Cardinale Nissan

1661 Del Monte Blvd

Seaside, California 93955

Phone: 888.996.1636

Website: www.cardinalenissan.com

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