Nissan

About Nissan

If you’re in the market for a new or used vehicle with high fuel efficiency and streamlined looks, you may want to consider purchasing a Nissan. Nissan has been a leading vehicle manufacturer since the early 1900s, and their range of reliable sedans, SUVs, and trucks have a lot to offer.

Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty. Ltd., the Australian subsidiary of Nissan, manufactured Australian versions of the brand. Starting in the late 1960s, production took place in the former Volkswagon factory in Clayton. From 1977 until it ceased production in 1992, the plant rolled out the Datsun 200B and the Nissan Gazelle, Pulsar, Skyline, and Pintara.

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Nissan facts

Since 1999, Nissan has been in partnership with French car manufacturer Renault. Today’s most popular models for Aussies are the imported Juke, X-Trail, Patrol, and Navara. Other models in the range include the compact SUV Qashqai, the 370Z sports coupe, the high-performing GT-R coupe, and the electric Leaf.

Nissan is known for its excellent safety features, including front-and-side airbags, rearview cameras, and both stability and traction control. Most Nissan models also feature Intelligent Mobility technology, which adds a layer of safety and protection for drivers and passengers.

With production plants all over the world, Nissan offers a range of affordable models appropriate for any situation.

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