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Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru has the car for you

It’s all about fuel economy these days. So if you’re looking to trade in your wheels for a fuel-efficient ride head up the hill to Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru.

General Manager Bryant McCarver and his staff will let you cruise the lot without breathing down your neck.

“It’s a real casual atmosphere, no pressure to buy,” he explained. “I think people up here like that.”

They also like the 36 mpg Subaru Imprezza and the quality, fuel-efficient Nissan Altima, Sentra and Versa. If you decide to buy new, don’t miss checking out the 2012 Altima … coming soon … and its unbelievable gas mileage.

Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru has about 300 new and used cars, trucks and SUVs on its lot, something to fit everyone’s needs, and the service department can take care of them all. The sales and service staff has years of experience at the location, which has been open for 25 years.

“We love the community,” McCarver said. “We couldn’t imagine doing this somewhere else.”

Shingle Springs Nissan/Subaru is located at 4045 Wild Chaparral Drive, Shingle Springs. Hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday.

For more information call 1-888-697-6302 or visit shinglespringsnissan.com.

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