Pop math quiz: If gas costs $3.645 per gallon and the approximate distance between the earth and Mars is 352 million miles, how much would it cost to drive from the earth to Mars?
If you’re actually trying to figure this one out, you’re missing some very important information. You can’t come with an answer until you know how many miles the car you’re driving can go on one gallon of gas. The 2013 Nissan Altima, now in stock at your South Florida Nissan dealer, Bill Seidle Nissan, gets thirty-eight mpg on the highway. Ok, GO!
See, your math teacher always said you’d need to know these things. Before you blow up a calculator on this, I should probably tell you that Nissan has done the math for you. (There’s a cute little graph to go with it here.) If you drove a 2013 Altima from Nissan Miami FL to Mars, it would cost $33,764,211 to buy the gas. (Although, where you would get the gas on the way, I’m really not sure.)
I think we can agree that’s a long drive. Luckily, Nissan Miami FL has been working with NASA on more than theoretical math problems. You see, Nissan spent time researching zero gravity with NASA to figure out what a neutral body posture is.
What in the world (or out of it) does zero gravity have to do with a car? Nissan used the data they collected to create the perfect driver’s seat in the 2013 Altima, now on sale at Nissan dealers Miami. They have pinpointed a neutral seating position that reduces driver fatigue and makes driving long distances more comfortable. While a 352 million mile commute might be a little extreme, your commute is probably in the perfect range to benefit from the 2013 Altima’s new seating.
There are a few more terrestrial reasons you might want to check out the 2013 Altima at Nissan dealers Miami. The new Altima offers a delightfully powerful engine. Accelerating from 0 to 60 only takes 7.7 seconds. A little slow for NASA’s next space flight design, but plenty fast enough for those of us stuck on the roads.
The one place your South Florida Nissan dealer can definitely beat NASA is in responsive handling. I highly doubt you could maneuver a space shuttle down winding roads, but the 2013 Altima has great handling. It’s not an off-road vehicle, but you can still feel secure behind the wheel.
I’m guessing the interior of the 2013 Altima is better than the space shuttle’s, too. The interior is nicely appointed, and there are always plenty of options to make your Altima your own at Nissan dealers Miami. The top of the line Altima at Nissan Miami FL has some great features the space shuttle doesn’t, including a sunroof, power driver seat, heated front seats, and a nine-speaker Bose sound system.
So where do you get the next best thing to the space shuttle? At your South Florida Nissan dealer, Bill Seidle Nissan; that’s where. Conveniently located at 10500 Northwest 12th Street in Miami, Florida, Bill Seidle Nissan is here when you are ready to buy your Altima.