If you have kids or a fixer-upper, you know how easy it is to use up all the extra space in your car. What with tools, sports gear, and the kids themselves every bit of interior real estate fills up fast. If you’re tired of finding creative solutions to maximize space and passenger capacity Ken Garff Nissan has several roomy third-row SUVs to offer families big and small. You might be surprised how easy it is to get used to some extra space after living the tiny car life.
Sometimes you need a car, and sometimes you need an SUV. The 2017 Rogue is great as a regular two-row vehicle, seating five, but also has a third-row capability; which really comes in handy when your neighbor’s kid is hitchhiking home for the third time this month. On the occasion Mrs. Jones actually does pick up her child, then you’ve got more room behind the back seat for taxiing the dog around. It ranks fairly high on lists of compact SUVs, and gets 25-26 city/32-33 highway mpg.
When captain seats on the second row and a bench on the third are a need, not a want, the Nissan Armada has plenty of features for you and your fleet. The bold design includes 20-inch wheels, a distinctive grille, hard-core roof rails and 260 horsepower. Rear climate controls keep everyone happy, even if their sibling is “breathing their air”.
Next time Dad suggests another long Sunday drive full of “bonding moments” take comfort in the Bluetooth and touchscreen features that will keep everyone entertained when the scenery outside is getting old. With keyless entry and a rearview camera, even the not-so-scenic drives will be a little more manageable.
Don’t you think that the point of a group prom-date is so that the whole group can go together? This thing can hold up to 6 couples (that’s 12 seats). The teenagers will be arriving in style with Mom as the chauffer and the custom stick figure family decal on the back window. It comes with America’s best commercial van warranty: 5 years/100,000 miles, and a commercial driver license is not required, though learner’s permits and adult supervision are.
If you’re still not convinced that three rows offer the comfort and space you’re looking for, take it from Winston Bennion, Nissan Salt Lake City general manager: “In Utah, we pride ourselves in being family-centered. From where we work to the meals we plan to what we do with our free time, parents are always putting their kids first. One way we do this is by having a strong vehicle.”
The possibilities are endless with Ken Garff Nissan’s roomy third-row seating vehicles. To fully investigate your options and get your questions answered, visit any of the Ken Garff Nissan dealerships for a test drive, and feel free to bring the whole family.
To fully investigate your options and get your questions answered, visit any of the Ken Garff Nissan dealerships for a test drive, and feel free to bring the whole family.