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Nissan has been in operation producing automobiles since 1914, always being based in Japan.


Browse by Nissan Model (14 in total)

Altima

On the Nissan Altima towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Armada

On the Nissan Armada towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Frontier/Navara

On the Nissan Frontier/Navara towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Juke

On the Nissan Juke towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Maxima

On the Nissan Maxima towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Murano

On the Nissan Murano towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Pathfinder

On the Nissan Pathfinder towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Pulsar

On the Nissan Pulsar towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Qashqai

On the Nissan Qashqai towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Rogue

On the Nissan Rogue towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Sentra

On the Nissan Sentra towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Titan

On the Nissan Titan towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

X-Trail

On the Nissan X-Trail towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

Xterra

On the Nissan Xterra towing capacity page you can find all of the trims we store for that particular car.

About Nissan

Originally the company was known as Kwaishinsha (Kaishinsha) Motor Car Works but after several name changes came to be known as Nissan during the 1930s.

This Nissan name was an abbreviation of the Nihon Sangyo holding company name that the motoring brand had found itself now under.

Production of automobiles by Nissan at these times was slow although this changed during the 1940s as knockdown kits (un-assembled models) were shipped abroad to be assembled in their local markets.

Exporting to America was Nissan’s big break as the market ended up being a huge catalyst for success, thanks partly to the imported talent from the country to assist them.

Nissan also had a huge helping hand from British automaker Austin who allowed for their lines to be produced by them under license, it was during this time the company learned much about the industry to use in their own models.

In the 1960s the company merged with Prince, a sports car company that helped seal the future for Nissan and its performance division NISMO – absorbing important lines such as the Skyline.

At the turn of the Millenium Nissan entered into a strategic partnership with Renault that would see them sharing technologies and platforms that could be found under most of the two company’s models.

Over the years the Japanese company has also worked with Ford, Alfa Romeo and Volkswagen too.

  • Models: 14