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The "Dick Scott Difference"

Purchase or lease you next vehicle at Dick Scott and experience the “Dick Scott Difference!” Not only do you get the vehicle of your dreams with the top notch service you deserve, you also get:

  • Dick Scott Rewards Program: To reward our loyal customers, earn points for every dollar you spend at any Dick Scott Dealership and redeem for free merchandise and services.
  • Dick Scott Ambassador Program: Earn up to $250 for each person you refer to Dick Scott that purchases or leases a vehicle.
  • Collision advantage: Perform all of your factory recommended maintenance at and Dick Scott Dealership and get up to $250 of your deductible waived at out 1800 square foot state of the art Collision Center.
  • Break the Negative Equity Cycle: Our proven Trade Cycle Management Program empowers you to drive this next vehicle until it is easy and affordable to trade. You may never have to be upside down again!
  • Concierge Service: We will pick up you vehicle for repair and return it back to you the same day.
  • Best Value Guarantee
  • Tire Advantage Member: Through our association with the manufacturers, we offer competitive prices on all tires for your New or Pre-owned Vehicle
  • Lease Advantage: Receive 10% off factory prices for end of lease damage at our Collision Center. We’ll do all the work and save you money in the process.
  • 90 Days Same as Cash Financing: Interest free financing for service work.
  • Full Service Parts & Service Department: Featuring extended service and sales hours, factory trained and certified personnel, online appointment scheduling, free car washes, early-bird drop off service, free shuttle service, Genuine Nissan parts and accessories. We service all makes and models!

**Check with your Salesperson or Service Advisor for complete details**
Experience the “Dick Scott Difference,” you’ll be glad you did!

Nissan To Roll Out Electric Vehicle in the U.S. by 2010

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TOKYO — Nissan announced on Tuesday that it plans to sell an all-electric vehicle in the U.S. and Japan by 2010, a move that may position the Japanese automaker to be the first to market here with a zero-emissions vehicle.

The announcement signals what appears to be a major sea change at Nissan. The company’s chief executive, Carlos Ghosn has not been a proponent of alternative fuel vehicles, such as gas-electric hybrids until now. He had called them “niche products” that serve a limited purpose in meeting strict emissions standards in places like California. In a statement on Tuesday, Nissan said the all-electric vehicle will roll out first in the U.S. and Japan, and then globally in 2012.

Nissan’s new product plan involves the launch of 60 all-new models in the next five years and more than 15 new technologies every year from 2009. “Nissan intends to be the breakthrough leader,” the company said in a statement.

Ghosn told The New York Times on Tuesday that the company decided to speed up development of battery-powered vehicles because of high gas prices and environmental concerns. “What we are seeing is that the shifts coming from the markets are more powerful than what regulators are doing,” he said.What this means to you: Your future Nissan may be one of the first all-electric vehicles to market. — Anita Lienert, Correspondent