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    About Nissan


    Nissan has made its case as one of the most prolific automakers in the world by developing stylish, well-rounded vehicles and strong, reliable car parts known for dependability as well as performance. Founded in 1933, the company was first known as the Jidosha Seico Co, Ltd. until a year later, when a merger was formed that brought in another manufacturer, Tobata Casting under the direction of principal shareholder and Nissan owner, Yoshisuke Aikawa. Datsun go to work aggressively post World War II. Efficient sedans and pickups were the order of the day. It wasn't until 1959 when the first Datsuns found their way to the US. Debuting at the Los Angeles Auto Show, Datsun made its presence felt immediately, offering smaller, more economical vehicles the brand felt would stand out amongst the bulkier domestic offerings.

    The 1960s were a decade of change for the now rising automaker. A merger with the Prince Motor Company saw Datsun take a step towards adding upscale vehicles featuring hihg-grade car parts to its existing fleet. The Datsun 510/Nissan Bluebird was the first model that was designed specifically for the US market featuring a European influence along with an affordable price tag. This opened the doors for other vehicles like the Datsun 210 to make an impact stateside. Come the 1980s, the Datsun name was dropped in favor of Nissan full time. The Sentra was the first model to be tagged with the Nissan name and also showcase the brand's staying power. A revamped version of the Datsun 210, the Sentra was compact, efficient, and attractive to those coming out of the oil-starved '70s. Other vehicles such as the Maxima, Stanza, and Pathfinder sustained Nissan's growing popularity. The arrival of the Altima in the early nineties though is what helped set the tone for where the brand is today.

    Both the Sentra and Maxima saw additional success in the 1990s. But thanks to the development of models like the Altima and the eclectic but efficient Cube, Nissan entered the next millennium with confidence. Nissan's versatile roster of vehicles now covers every segment. The already established mid-size Pathfinder is still a force but the debut of the Nissan Armada in 2004 helped stabilize the automaker's standing in a highly competitive class. For crossovers, there is the Xterra and the Murano, two differently styled yet thriving entrants in a class that has surged in popularity. The 350Z as well as the new 370Z offer roadster-like performance along with aerodynamic fashion. For trucks, there is always the well-respected Pickup, but the addition of the massive Titan, a truck that delivers both performance and power, has also provided a boost to the company in recent years.

    By backing up its ambition through distributing high quality automobiles that seemed to have a higher purpose and Nissan parts trusted all over the world, Nissan remains a superpower. Manufactured for those who appreciate and understand the correlation between efficiency and style, Nissan attracts drivers of every demographic. Series after series, each model comes alive in its own way. From the sleeker essence of the Tilda or the ever-present Maxima, to the controlling and delightfully appealing power of the Titan or Xterra, Nissan is truly a brand that makes its own grade with unrivaled versatility. When it's your vehicle that is in line for some personal upgrades, you have to strive for detail and superior quality. Making custom changes is a serious responsibility, and CARiD knows it, that's why offers high-end, yet stylish Nissan accessories.

    We refuse to carry nothing but the best quality Nissan Accessories and Parts at a great value, so you always have the resources necessary to customize your model the right way. From the brightest headlights to the sharpest refined spoilers, the Nissan parts you require are right here, just waiting to be discovered. There is no need to waste anymore time. Consider CARiD your home for all Nissan accessories.

    Whether you plan to improve your vehicle's performance or simply want to add some flare to its style, we store an exhaustive collection of accessories and parts designed specifically for your vehicle. Whatever product you choose, you are guaranteed to get nothing but the premium quality, unrivaled performance, and unique style. Understanding that your vehicle deserves only the top accessories and parts, we carefully handpicked each single item. And be sure all of them are manufactured by the most reputable companies in the industry, so the quality is beyond any doubts. If you still are not sure what product to choose, you are welcome to check 3,144 reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and define what accessory or part perfectly fits both your vehicle and your pocket.



    Nissan Models

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    Nissan Unveils Photo of the Finished Juke-R
    Nissan Unveils Photo of the Finished Juke-R

    The Nissan Juke-R prototype's unveiling was so long-expected as probably the model's actual bild. Nissan has been teasing with the initial details and the video of the project underway for a long time. Having kept us on toes with a series of teasing videos of the project for a few weeks, the automaker has finally revealed one decent image of the finished model.

    As for Nissan Juke-R itself, Nissan equipped this small crossover with the GT-R's drivetrain. The top-of-the-line car shared its 3.8-liter twin-turbo 480-horsepower V6, the advanced all-wheel-drive system, and the twin-clutch transmission. Sure, the Juke went through a complete makeover, being rebuilt in order to adjust to the engine twice bigger than the size of the one it was designed for.

    At last, two prototypes are offered by Nissan, the right-hand drive Nissan Juke-R (for Japan and England where the prototype was built itself) and the left-hand drive one (for the rest of the world). The solitary photo of Nissan Juke-R was unveiled in front of members of the press at a demo which took place in Spain.

    Nissan Expects to Continue Nabbing Share from Honda, Toyota
    Nissan Expects to Continue Nabbing Share from Honda, Toyota

    The Nissan company says that it is able to continue gaining market share from Honda and Toyota in North America, though it was affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that rocked northern Japan. While the production on Honda and Toyota manufacturing facilities slowed, because of the shortage of auto parts, Nissan overcame this problem by producing the vehicles it had enough parts to build.

    Last month in the United States, Nissan’s sales were up 11 percent, while Toyota and Honda were both off 21 percent. Nissan's sales increased 15 percent compared to Honda’s 2 percent gain and Toyota’s 4 percent drop off so far in 2011. Nissan's 12 percent gain even outpaces Ford. Nissan does not sound optimistic about the Honda's chances, though the gap between these rivals narrows, says the Wall Street Journal.

    Nissan Plans Bringing Two New Small Cars to U.S.
    Nissan Plans Bringing Two New Small Cars to U.S.

    The automotive industry of today can be compared with a snake, which is dancing to charmer’s pipe, or speaking literally, skyrocketing gas prices. Small cars become more attractive and Nissan plans to keep pace with the times. According to recent report, the Japanese automaker will add two new B-segment vehicles, a small car and a compact MPV to its North American product lineup.

    The company intends to spend $400 million on the production of these two new models in its Mexico facilities. Both will be based on Nissan’s new global V platform. These models are additions to Nissan’s lineup, which means that there are four models potentially heading to the U.S.

    There are no details on what these new small vehicles would be yet. Some automotive observers predict that one of the announced compacts could be the recently-axed model that Nissan was considering to build for distribution by Smart in the U.S. There are lots of other possibilities, though, with the previous B-segment platform being used for many models, from the Nissan Juke and Cube, to the Bluebird Sylphy sedan and Note multi-purpose vehicle.