Over the course of my life, I’ve met many people who were in the market for a car and just plain knew nothing about what the possibilities were, what they were looking for, or what they should be prepared to pay for a vehicle. I’ll be the first to say that those aren’t the easiest questions to answer, but you’ve got to try to get prepared if you’re going to be shopping for a new car. The worst thing that can happen is you getting blindsided by a car salesman who is trying to take advantage of your lack of knowledge.
If you’re looking for a car or SUV, it may be helpful for you to take a look at the best-selling models of all time. Today I want to introduce you to 6 of the best-selling Nissans in history. I’ll discuss what makes each vehicle special, how much they each cost, and why they sell so well. In the end, when you’re buying a car, the choice is up to you, but it can’t hurt to be more informed.
Without further ado, here are 6 of the best-selling Nissans:
· Nissan Altima
This mid-sized 4-door sedan is a competitor of the most popular cars in the United States—the Toyota Camry and the Honda Accord. Production of the Altima began in 1992. Its base model offers a 4-cylinder engine, and its MSRP is $22,500. Since its beginning, the Altima has grown in size. Altima drivers say that it drives well, is quiet, and is comfortable.
· Nissan Rogue
Since its debut in 2007, this SUV has been a top seller. Its high safety ratings have made it a popular family vehicle. Additionally, it has an optional third row and can seat up to 7 passengers. Its MRSP is $23,290.
· Nissan Sentra
Another mid-sized 4-door vehicle, the Sentra has been on the market since 1982. This sedan is popular in North America, Australia, and Asia. Its current version is similar in appearance to the Altima and Maxima. At an MSRP of $16,780, its base model includes a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder engine.
· Nissan Rogue
A newer model, the Rogue is considered a compact crossover SUV. It has been around since 2007, and it boasts high safety ratings and a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine. The Rogue’s MSRP is $23,290. The latest model features new technology, including a navigation system and a Siri voice command system.
· Nissan Murano
The Murano has been around since 2002. As of 2016, itcomes in a hybrid version as well as a standard version. The vehicle’s base model is supported by a 3.5-liter V6 engine. It has been nominated for many awards, including being nominated in 2003 for the North American Truck of the Year award. Its MSRP is $29,660.
· Nissan Maxima
The largest car on this list, the Maxima is a full-sized 4-door sedan that was first developed in 1981 under the “Datsun Maxima” name. It is globally popular, with sales in Australia, Asia, Europe, South America, and North America. The Maxima is available in a number of different colors and styles. It carries a 3.5-liter V6 engine, and its MSRP is $32,560.
Now that you know a little bit more about the most popular Nissan models on the market, I hope you feel better prepared to shop for a personal vehicle. When it comes to Nissans, my opinion is that you really can’t go wrong. But it also depends what you’re looking for—whether you’re looking for something that has an optional 3rd row or something that comes in a hybrid option, etc.