USED NISSAN FOR SALE IN SACRAMENTO

THE SMART SHOPPER’S GUIDE TO BUYING USED NISSAN VEHICLES IN SACRAMENTO

Nissan is a nice place to start when shopping for a used vehicle because the brand offers such a wide range of different models. That includes electrified vehicles like the Nissan LEAF EV, versatile SUVs like the Nissan Rogue, brawny TITAN and Frontier trucks, and smartly designed sedans. Even better, you can find many noteworthy pre-owned Nissans at M&S Auto, which is among the premier used-vehicles dealerships in the Sacramento area. Just check out our showroom, online or in person, to see our latest inventory.

WHY BUY A USED NISSAN?

Buying a pre-owned Nissan will let you develop an appreciation for depreciation. After all, cars lose the biggest chunk of value during their first year on the road, and while that’s bad news for the original owners, it’s good news for you: You pay less money for a used car after depreciation but still get to enjoy the same great features. Beyond that added bang for your buck, a lower price also results in lower insurance premiums. Now, it’s still a good idea to take into account a pre-owned vehicle’s past life, yet that’s never been easier thanks to used-vehicle history reports. You can also shop in confidence knowing that M&S Auto is dedicated to treating you with respect, honesty, and integrity.

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NISSAN TECHNOLOGY HIGHLIGHTS

Sophisticated tech features are in high demand nowadays, and Nissan has some of the industry’s favorites for both infotainment and driver assistance. As a result, staying in touch, informed, and safe on the road is a breeze. (Note: Exact equipment varies by model.)

  • Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and Bluetooth deliver the connectivity you need to master your busy day.
  • Cabin layouts with Interactive Drive Displays, full-color touchscreens, and head-up systems are impressively eye-friendly.
  • For passenger protection, you can count on automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and Predictive Forward Collision Warning that can monitor not only the vehicle in front of you, but also the one in front of that.
  • You can even benefit from semi-autonomous driving on certain roadways with ProPILOT Assist.
  • Wireless charging keeps your phone’s batteries powered up.
  • A camera-based digital rearview mirror greatly enhances rear visibility.
  • Welcome rear-seat entertainment systems are great for trips with the kids.

PURCHASING A USED NISSAN

To help you find just the right pre-owned Nissan to meet your demands, M&S Auto has picked out some of the top models from across the brand. Just remember that this is only a sampling, and visiting our showroom, online or in person, is the best way to see what’s on our lot. The Nissan LEAF EV is a pioneer among electric vehicles and offers an all-electric range of nearly 226miles on a single charge, the ability to return about 123MPGe in the city, and the handy versatility of a hatchback design. The compact Nissan Rogue leads the company’s team of expressive crossover-style SUVs that blend everyday capability, advanced technology, and an eye-catching style. For the same benefits in different-sized packages, check out the Nissan Rogue Sport, Kicks, Juke, and Pathfinder. When you need bold body-on-frame performance in an SUV with strong towing capability, the Nissan Armada is at your service. The Nissan Frontier and TITAN are the brand’s rugged trucks and come complete with the toughness you need for trail action and full-size towing. Enthusiasts will love our Nissan Z cars that showcase muscular rear-wheel-drive acceleration, available convertible models, and high-performance tuning from the brand’s NISMO motorsport department. Backed by the Nissan Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima, the company continues to set a high bar for sedans. The Nissan Quest delivers a standout design and plenty of family-friendly cabin space for minivan shoppers.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF NISSAN

Nissan traces its heritage back to the Kwaishinsha Motor Car Co. that was founded in 1911. Kwaishinsha then went through a number of corporate owners and names until it became part of the Tobata Casting Co. in 1931. After that, the Nihon Sangyo Co. emerged as the top investor in the casting company conglomerate and the group was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, in 1933, using the first few letters of Nihon and Sangyo: NISSAN. The very first mass-produced car in Japan was introduced under the Nissan corporate umbrella in 1937, and the automaker came to the U.S. market in 1957 using the Datsun name. (The “DAT” came from the first letters of the last names of three of the company’s early leaders.) Although responsible for classics like the original Z cars, the Datsun brand was phased out in 1986, and Nissan hasn’t looked back since!

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