With all of high-tech features and systems that come on cars these days, it’s amazing to see how outdated some systems have become. Take, for instance, the normal method of filling a car’s tires to the correct PSI. If you own a car without a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), you just have to check occasionally with a gauge to see how the air pressure is doing. Nissan vehicles come with TPMS to make it easier to realize when your tires are over or under inflated. Now, Nissan is introducing Easy Fill Tire Alert on vehicles like the upcoming 2014 Nissan Versa Note. This system alerts the drive when the proper PSI is achieved with a combination of flashing lights and horn alrets. Check out the details below.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 7, 2013) – Nissan highlights the importance of vehicle tire care during summer driving season by promoting Nissan’s “Easy Fill Tire Alert” system for National Tire Safety Week. Available on five Nissan vehicles, including the all-new 2014 Versa Note, Nissan highlights the importance of tire pressure monitoring systems, like its “Easy Fill Tire Alert” system. This signature innovation takes the guesswork out of regulating tire pressure, and eliminates the need for handheld tire pressure gauges. This system is only found on Nissan and Infiniti products.