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When it comes to Japanese automaker, Nissan is among the best. This is due to a high quality expertise through experienced and passionate employees. Thus, with a used Nissan, it's very difficult to find a negative point. Nissan engines are both powerful and economic. The Japanese design gives us a solid and elegant vehicle. In fact, Nissan car designs have their own stylistic elements. Our range of used Nissan is quite complete, and you'll find all types of vehicles. Normally not considered a luxury manufacturer, our used Nissan are very affordable and will give you satisfaction.

Nissan Certified Used Vehicles

Reliable. Innovative. Fun to drive. These are the characteristics of a used Nissan vehicle. Traits you can enjoy with the added confidence of a Certified Pre-owned (CPO) Program backed entirely by Nissan. Offering you a choice of impressive vehicles, the Nissan CPO Program begins with a thorough vehicle inspection to help ensure that your used Nissan is in top condition. Add to that flexible financing, extensive warranty options and the peace of mind of a CarProof™ Vehicle History Report and you’ll know the thrill of owning and driving a vehicle that’s 100 percent Nissan. Use the navigation to the left to learn more or Search to instantly find your dream car. [Read more]

Nissan's Self Driving Cars

They're getting closer to reality. Many of us would love to be able to read the newspaper en route to work. Last week, Nissan announced that this will be a possibility soon, and that their self driving cars will be ready for sale in 2020. This comes after several years of extensive research, engineering and testing in collaboration with several major universities such as MIT, Stanford, Oxford, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Tokyo.

Cars That Can Detect Drunk Drivers

For the last few years, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has been advocating for technological solutions to prevent drunk driving. The federal safety regulators are working closely with suppliers to develop seamless technology to be integrated into vehicles that would detect alcohol via breath and touch, and possibly even disable a vehicle, reducing or eliminating alcohol-related vehicle crashes. At a recent conference in Michigan, the NHTSA's associate administrator for vehicle safety research Nat Beuse said: "Lots of companies are out there trying to make the situation better." The agency is working on several technologies to reduce traffic fatalities, including alcohol detection technology. Safety products supplier Takata Corp. received a $2.2 million contract from the agency to develop a device to measure the sobriety of a motorist. Another supplier, Autoliv, is developing the sobriety systems. The technologies could be ready for implementation by 2018, once development and testing is complete. It is not yet determined whether the systems would disable a vehicle or issue an alert.

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2007 Nissan Versa

2007 Nissan Versa

The renewal at Nissan started in 2002 with the introduction of the new Altima. Then came the Murano, the 350Z, the Titan and the X-trail. Pushing on, Nissan completely...

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2009 Nissan GT-R

2009 Nissan GT-R

Before hand, I’m telling you, you must forget anything you had in mind in terms of comparing to the sheer performance of the Nissan GT-R 2009. Nissan redefined...

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