Nissan Model Research
The 370Z is the resident sports coupe in Nissan’s lineup. If you didn’t think of Nissan as a brand for sports cars, you’ve clearly never heard of the 370Z! With a classic coupe look, spunky engine and tight handling, the 370Z is one of the most valuable and affordable sports cars available today.
The Altima has been one of the most popular car models in Nissan's lineup, and for good reason! The Altima represents everything Nissan stands for: it’s dependable, high performing and fun! With a new innovative engine for 2019, the Altima continues its sustained success at the top of the mid-size sedan market.
The Armada is Nissan’s version of a large, luxury SUV, and it’s hard to see they didn’t hit all the marks. The largest SUV in Nissan’s lineup, the Armada can seat up to eight passengers while also being able to tow over 8,000 lbs.
The Frontier is Nissan’s mid-sized truck and is perfect for those who want a truck for more power and space, but don’t want a burdensome full-size. With impressive power, efficiency and tight steering, the Frontier is both a powerful and easy drive.
The newest addition to Nissan’s lineup, the Kicks is the first new nameplate for Nissan in eight years. Replacing the Juke as the resident subcompact crossover, the Kicks is ideal for city drivers with its small size, great efficiency and versatile interior for passengers and cargo.
If you’re thinking about switching to an all-electric vehicle, look no further than the Nissan LEAF. The LEAF offers drivers a range of 150 miles and can charge up to 90 miles in just 30 minutes. With the Nissan LEAF, you save money on fuel costs and help the environment, all at once.
Perhaps the first vehicle drivers think about when they think about Nissan, the Maxima has been the flagship sedan for Nissan for decades. Revered for its reliability and durability, the Maxima also offers top-of-the-class performance and is loaded with technology and multimedia features.
As Nissan’s five-seat midsize crossover, the Murano slots above the Kicks, Rogue Sport and Rogue models, but below the Pathfinder and Armada. For other models, it’d be easy to get lost in the shuffle, but the Murano’s slick design, spacious interior and impressive performance makes it stand out!
The Pathfinder is the largest crossover from Nissan, offering plenty of space for both passengers and cargo. That’s not all, though. The Pathfinder is also loaded with the latest in entertainment and safety features for a better driving experience.
The Rogue has been Nissan’s best-selling model the past two years, and for good reason! It’s not just because it resides in the uber-popular compact crossover class, it’s also because it offers great efficiency and surprising space with an optional third-row seat.
Nissan Rogue Sport
The younger sibling of the Rogue, the Rogue Sport occupies space between the smaller subcompact crossover, the Kicks, and the compact crossover, the Rogue. The five-seat crossover offers tons of space while still getting impressive efficiency.
The Sentra has quickly become one of Nissan’s most popular models by occupying the popular compact car slot. The Sentra made its name for its great efficiency and incredible affordability, with the base model’s MSRP coming in lower than $18,000!
When the Titan was introduced over a decade ago, it was a signal from Nissan that they were ready to play with the big boys. The Nissan Titan is the full-size truck that can tackle any job or obstacle, no matter what it may be with its large size and robust engine.
2018 Nissan Titan
For those that just want a car that will take them from point A to point B in the most efficient way possible, the Nissan Versa is for you. This subcompact car also comes in a hatchback model, the Nissan Versa Note, so drivers can still have space for their cargo.