A Big Car Sale At Cottonwood Mall.

Cottonwood Mall will be hosting a car sale. Over 500 used cars will be on site – including; Fleet Liquidations, factory surplus vehicles, bank repossessions and more. Local New Mexico Credit Unions will be on site with financing options for all credit situations. Simply sign and drive.  Zero down will be in effect *.  Selling all these cars is our goal with every vehicle discounted to do so.  We accept ALL trades paying – you up to 4500 more for your trade.  Don’t miss this chance to save.  Call me personally for full details.  (505) 369-9286 (Map Below)


Just look for the tent behind old navy.

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Ronnie Lucero, Sale Coordinator.  (505) 369-9286

* All offers on approved credit.  Sponsors include Melloy Nissan and Melloy Dodge.  Down payment requirements may vary.  Negative equity to be added to loan amount.  call or see us for details.


Are You Looking For A New Car? Here’s Big Savings For You

Melloy Nissan is helping you start off 2015 with more bang for your buck.  Up to $1000 bonus cash is available on our best selling Altimas, Frontiers andJukes.  Plus, finance your new Altima for 72 mos. at  0% A.P.R. with NMAC and get an additional $1000 cash back!1.  That’s up to  $4250.00 off onNissan’s best selling model.  Save even more when you mention that you found this post on social media.  

You must hurry in because these specials on January 19th.  We will have lenders on site for immediate approvals and all credit applications will be accepted.

2009 370z

We need used inventory and are prepared to pay you up to 120% of NADA book value for your trade in. Used car values actually increased in the January book, so if you’ve been told you are too far “upside down” to trade, now is the time to act.

I’m here to help you find your next vehicle at the best deal possible.  With deals like this you’ll have equity in your new car!  Melloy Nissan outsold every dealership in the state of New Mexico last month, and that’s because we put our customers first.  I look forward to meeting you soon.

– Robert Melloy (888) 599-8669 www.melloynissan.com

Save $2,500 Dollars Towards All New Nissan Altima’s In Stock!!

This month we have been Altima crazy at Melloy Nissan…  We started the month of July off at Melloy Nissan with this Facebook post:  See our selection now


We had a few people that didn’t believe this so I laid the truth out!!!  Drive a Altima home today!


Today Nissan contacted me and said there is a additional $500 dollars towards all Nissan Altima’s in stock, so now the savings has moved up to $2500 dollars.  If you’re looking for a brand new car this is a the perfect time to purchase a new Nissan Altima.  These cars hold there value well, so why not ad $2500 in savings towards a car that is in high demand across the nation.  This offer will expire August 1st so hurry in to Melloy Nissan.  You’ll be glad you did when you have equity in your car two years from now!  (Savings is off vehicle MSRP!) Visit www.melloynissan.com and find your next Altima

P.S  you know who to ask for if you want to possibly save a little more than $2500 dollars… 😉

Melloy Nissan where great deals happen!  

“I love the open concept and space that you experience when driving, or being a passenger in this car” – Robert Melloy


The Stunning Redesigned 2015 Nissan Murano Goes Viral With A Hot New Image! #2105NissanMurano

The Redesigned Nissan Murano Goes Public with a hot new image!  Here is the original article from CAR And Driver!!  Calling All Nissan Murano Lovers In Albuquerque! The Redesigned 2015 Nissan Murano Photo’s Are Here! from Melloy Nissan

Nissan’s “Innovation that Excites” marketing tagline often falls a bit flat—we’re still searching for any excitement or innovation in the Versa orSentra, for example—but in the case of the 2015 Murano, it’s right on the money. Whether or not you think the Murano is attractive, its design certainly couldn’t be called derivative or boring. This is a design that busts the mid-size crossover segment wide open like the Kool-Aid man bursting through a wall. Heck, we think the design of the production crossover looks even more expressive than that of the Resonance concept on which it is based, which doesn’t happen often.

No, This is Nissan’s Flagship Crossover

The 2015 Murano’s look might seem extreme, but the nameplate has a history of envelope-pushing design dating back to the first-generation model introduced for 2003. With its high-style-on-a-budget mission statement, the Murano’s long been positioned as the semi-luxurious choice in the mid-size crossover segment, straddling the line between mainstream offerings such as the Ford Edge, Honda Pilot, and Toyota Highlander, and edgier entries like the Acura RDX and Infiniti QX50. Without a drop of irony, Nissan calls the two-row, five-passenger Murano its “flagship crossover,” essentially relegating the larger three-row Pathfinder to pedestrian family hauler duty.

Relative to today’s soft-edged Murano, the 2015 model exhibits a far more aggressive countenance. The Murano’s V-shaped front end, boomerang-shaped headlights and taillights, and robust fender sculpturing carry over nearly verbatim from the sporty Resonance concept. Most surprisingly, the show car’s rear quarter panel “hump” that reaches for the corner of the roof panel survived the design’s evolution to production. A cleverly placed blackout trim piece covers each D-pillar and gives the impression of a floating roof supported by a thin wand of glass extending from the front windows on back.

Nissan added 2.5 inches of length and 1.3 inches of width, and also shaved some height to make the 2015 Murano appear lower and wider, and it pays off. This is an athletic-looking design, especially in profile, and we like the crossover’s aggressive stance. It stands apart from the crowd—which is no small feat in the typically milquetoast mid-size crossover arena. And the amped-up style doesn’t come at the expense of passenger space, which is roughly equivalent to that of the previous generation. Rear legroom increases by 2.4 inches, while headroom, hip room, and shoulder room don’t change appreciably.

We’re fairly certain, however, that the interior’s minor dimensional tweaks will garner less attention than the exterior. Nissan calls the cabin’s appearance “lounge-like,” but we think it’s more womb-like. Every surface is rounded and conveys a warm, enveloping feeling—especially cuddly when the light-hued Cashmere color scheme is specified.

Stylish Wrapper, Pedestrian Mechanicals

Underneath the Murano’s designer duds lies a fairly run-of-the-mill chassis. Nissan again utilizes a front strut, rear multi-link independent suspension setup, and front-drive is standard with all-wheel drive remaining optional. Every Murano is powered by a carry-over 3.5-liter V-6 engine making 260 horsepower and 240 lb-ft of torque, and Nissan’s JATCO-supplied Xtronic CVT is the only transmission choice. While the V-6 should be sufficient, we’re a bit disappointed Nissan didn’t squeeze more power out of it; 260 ponies isn’t a lot of output for a 3.5-liter, especially in the face of similarly powerful—but more efficient, at least to the EPA—turbo fours from competitors.

EPA fuel-economy estimates are forthcoming, but should improve at least a little bit over the front-drive previous-generation model’s 18 mpg city, 24 mpg highway rating. (All-wheel-drive 2014 Muranos were good for 18/23 mpg.) Nissan claims fuel efficiency could rise by as much as 20 percent, thanks to a claimed 130-pound weight reduction, active grille shutters, and aerodynamic work that’s resulted in an ultra-low 0.31 coefficient of drag (the 2014 Murano punched the air with a 0.37 cd). Soon, however, buyers seeking even better fuel economy will have the option of a hybrid Murano, so there’s that.

The Murano’s four trim levels carry over to 2015 nearly unchanged, with the exception of the top-spec LE trim, which is renamed Platinum. Otherwise, the S, SV, and SL trim levels remain on offer with either front- or all-wheel drive. Standard equipment includes a seven-inch touch screen display, dual-zone automatic climate control, rear-seat USB port, backup camera, keyless entry with push-button ignition, Bluetooth, LED taillights and front running lights, automatic headlights, and 18-inch aluminum wheels.

Nissan will offer optional navigation, LED headlights, fog lights, an eight-inch touch-screen display, power front seats, heated and cooled front seats, heated outboard rear seats, a heated steering wheel, an 11-speaker Bose audio system, the trick AroundView monitor, a power-opening tailgate, power-folding rear seats, remote start, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot warning, forward collision warning and avoidance, cross-traffic alert, 20-inch wheels, and an absolutely gigantic panoramic sunroof.

The Murano will become the latest Nissan vehicle to be built at the automaker’s production facility in Canton, Mississippi. It goes on sale later this year, and pricing will be announced closer to its on-sale date. That might be a while off, but we’re fairly certain the Murano won’t be knocked off its style-leader pedestal anytime soon; we’re just happy to see an automaker go risky in a segment known for everything but. Now, Nissan, how about that two-door, convertible CrossCabriolet version? Nah, just kiddin.’ View Photo Gallery

Nissan Altima V8 Super-Car??? This is just too AWESOME! I want one now!!!

This year Nissan has been changing many of there current designs, while developing countless new concept car designs!  Now Nissan is throwing V8 engines in Nissan Altima’s?? This news surprised me because one would always suspect Nissan would throw a V8 in a GT-R or even a 370z, but the Nissan Altima?  See Video Below:




See our selection of Nissan Altima’s today

This is all coming together for me now and makes beautiful sense!!!  Why not use the Nissan Altima!  The Nissan Altima is Nissan’s top seller so why not make this car more appealing to a larger audience!!  Why not creep into other manufactures v8 car market! I’m not sure we’ll see a Nissan Altima with a V8 engine in the states, but Nissan is totally planning something here using V8 engines in cars! Just the fact that they are investing time and money into this leads me to believe that Nissan does have plans for some sort of V8 car in the Future!  I mean first you have the Nissan IDX car going into production, and news of the next generation Z car going turbo!  Nissan also went public with news that Nissan Frontier and Titan will receive diesel engines!  With all this said i’m ready to hear news soon on what Nissan Plans to do with these V8 engines!!!  Let’s keep our fingers crossed that they throw these bad boy v8s under the hood of a Nissan Altima, because that would be just too awesome!!  See video Below, and please comment sharing your thoughts as to why Nissan is putting v8 engines in Altimas!  See our selection of Nissan Altima’s today

-Robert Melloy  

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Nissan 370z Nismo Makes Top 10 Future Collectible Cars List! One More Reason To Purchase One Today!

Hello Fans Rob Melloy here, and I want you to know that people are crazy for the Nismo 370z car!  I recently found a article that Nissan posted to their Facebook!  The article from www.autoguide.com lists the Nismo 370z as a future collector car. This news is no surprise to me…  Ever since I began blogging I have always shared my passion for the Nismo 370z car!


See our 370z selection today

This car has been a super seller at Melloy Nissan since it’s release in 2009!  The Nismo 370 car looks great, drifts great, has tons of power, and throws you back in the seat when you hit the gas! I’ve driven them many times!  It’s no surprise to me that the Nismo 370z car was ranked # 7 for future collectible cars on http://www.autoguide.com.  When you combine price and features the Nismo 370z is a affordable sports car that will hold it’s value and demand in the future!

See our 370z selection today


Even at Auction I’ve personally seen trends that indicate the Nismo 370z is a highly sought after car! Now is the time to buy a 370z Nismo!  If your in the market get your hands on one of these bad boys because, current trends indicate to me and http://www.autoguide.com that this car could be worth a pretty penny down the road!! Original article is below my promotions!

See our 370z selection today

Hashtag and Save $1000 off your Next 370z Nismo

Here is the original article from autoguide.com enjoy see what other cars made their list!

-Robert Melloy

It’s almost no surprise to see the popular Nissan 370Z Nismo on the list, priced from $43,830. The Japanese automaker’s sports car has reinvented the brand ever since the 350Z made its return back on the market. Powered by a 3.7-liter V6 with 350 hp and 276 lb-ft of torque, the 370Z Nismo isn’t just all about sheer acceleration – it’s a handling machine. With impressive braking power and impressive all-around performance, it’s one of the best sports coupes on the market money can buy. Don’t expect to get your MPG though, as the 370Z Nismo is gets a 18-mpg city, 26-mpg highway rating.