Louisville Used Car Lot

Finding a Louisville used car lot shouldn’t be a difficult task; there are many different dealerships out there, but there’s only one Coyle Nissan, and we’re committed to providing the very best shopping experience possible. Our dealership is nestled in Clarksville, IN, but we’re proud to serve the greater area of Louisville (and beyond) with the same top-notch service. When you visit our dealership, our goal is for you to feel welcomed, and most importantly, not pressured into a purchase. Our sales team understands that other dealerships may have left you with the wrong impression, and it’s our job to ensure that your experience is one that you’ll not only remember but one that you’ll also recommend to others. Even if you’re looking for a specific brand, we supply a plethora of used vehicles from all of your favorite manufacturers. Best of all, you’ll find the vehicle you’re looking for at a fantastic price, and the buying process will be entirely hassle-free.

The interior of a 2020 Nissan Frontier shows the steering wheel and infotainment screen after leaving a Louisville used car lot.

Find Incredible Used Vehicles at Coyle Nissan

Our lot of vehicles contains models from many different manufacturers. Trucks, sedans, SUVs, and more can all be found at our dealership, and we don’t specialize in just one type of used vehicle from one particular brand. Brands that you’ll find at our dealership include Nissan, Chevrolet, GMC, Ford, and many more. You’ll also find luxury brands such as Lexus and Mercedes-Benz. If you’re a fan of any particular brand, we’ll help you find a fantastic vehicle at a price you won’t find anywhere else.

The interior of a 2020 Chevy Traverse shows a close up of the infotainment screen.

Features To Look For

Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are included with some more recent vehicles, but you can find vehicles with these features that launched as far back as 2014. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are activated by connecting a smartphone to your vehicle’s infotainment center either wirelessly or with a cable (this will depend on your vehicle). Once connected, your infotainment center begins to run an operating system that features apps directly from your smartphone.

With Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, you can use your favorite navigational apps, your music subscriptions, podcasts, audiobooks, and so much more. One of the benefits of this system is that you can use the virtual assistant on your phone with the simple push of a button. You'll be able to remain in constant contact with your friends and family while you keep your eyes on the road.

Blind-Spot Monitors are an advanced safety feature that most manufacturers don't include as a standard feature; it is usually added as part of an optional package. Since not every used vehicle you purchase will have a Blind-Spot Monitor, you might need to do some searching to find a vehicle with it. However, this technology is an essential feature to anyone who spends a lot of time driving in heavy traffic or on highways.

By utilizing a line of sensors that are located on the rear and side of your car, you’ll be notified if anybody is traveling in your blind spot through a light on the side-view mirrors. Driver awareness is still a must, but with a Blind-Spot Monitor, it’s the equivalent of having an extra set of eyes on the road, watching out for you while you’re traveling on the freeway.

Any audiophile will tell you that a surround sound system is a must-have in any vehicle. That high-fidelity sound that you’d normally only hear in a home theater setup can be implemented directly into your vehicle’s cabin. Several audio companies produce premium audio systems for vehicles, from Bose to Bang & Olufsen; the brands that manufacturers pick for their vehicles are some of the best in the world. Speaker systems come in many variations, but some of the better ones will include eight to ten speakers throughout your cabin, sometimes more. One thing is for sure; you can't go wrong with a vehicle equipped with a great sound system.

Surround View Systems are a lot like your run-of-the-mill rear-view camera. The difference is that what would normally be one camera is complemented by several others. These cameras work in tandem to provide many different viewpoints that you can see on your infotainment center. This camera feed can be highly useful, especially when it comes to towing, as the viewpoints can stitch themselves together to form viewpoints that you normally wouldn’t get. An example of this is a birds-eye view that you can get on some vehicles with their Surround View System, which makes lining up your trailer a simpler task.

If you do a lot of traveling, Adaptive Cruise Control is a must-have. As you likely know, cruise control is utilized to maintain a preset speed while you travel on the highway or long stretches of roads. The only problem with this is that cruise control is deactivated once you apply the brakes, and to get yourself back up to speed you’d have to accelerate and then reapply cruise control. With Adaptive Cruise Control, most of the user input is eliminated in favor of a more dynamic system. Once activated, your vehicle will always attempt to maintain that preset speed but will automatically slow down when needed, bringing the vehicle up to speed again once able to. This is a massive shift from the old cruise control system, but once you get the chance to try it, you won’t want to go back.

One Pedal Driving is exclusive to electric vehicles, and this is because the feature requires an electric motor and a battery to function properly. More specifically, this feature is exclusive to the Bolt EV line and is possible because of regenerative braking.

While the brakes are still required for emergencies/when you need to stop quickly, the entire idea behind One Pedal Driving is exactly what it sounds like. Pressing down on the accelerator will speed up your vehicle until you keep your foot steady at the speed that you need to be traveling at, but taking your foot off of the pedal will bring your vehicle slowly to a stop. According to Chevy, this has many advantages, from being more economically friendly in the long run and also preventing your brakes from wearing quicker.

The black interior of a 2020 Honda Civic Sedan Touring shows the infotainment screen and steering wheel.

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1400 Leisure Way, Clarksville, IN, 47129
Coyle Nissan 38.3239467, -85.757618.