When you’re in the market for a pre-owned vehicle — whether it’s a car, truck, SUV or van — you should be sure to check out the Nissan brand. You’ll find a wide variety of models that wear the Nissan name, and they’re intelligently priced to meet your needs, both financial and otherwise. And when you do your shopping at Prestige Motors, you can rest assured knowing we believe that every customer deserves quality, trust, service and selection.
Purchasing a pre-owned Nissan can be the perfect way to get the most out of your money when you need your next ride. That’s because you can enjoy many of the same great features and technologies you find on brand-new models, but you’re paying a lower price because of depreciation. Remember, most vehicles, even from luxury brands, will lose about 20% to 30% of their value in their first year on the road alone. Then there’s the fact that insurance companies base their coverage costs on a vehicle’s value, which means you can save money with a used vehicle here, too. And since used-car history reports are now so easy to find, it can be simple for you to get important details about a vehicle’s past life, including how many owners it’s had, whether it’s been in an accident, and if it’s been serviced on a regular basis. The added confidence could be just what you need to seal the deal.
Today’s cars have never been more technologically advanced, but a lot of yesterday’s models are pretty well equipped in this area as well. For example, many used Nissan models have the same kind of sophisticated tech benefits as their brand-new counterparts, from high-end infotainment features to advanced driver-assistance systems. (Note: Exact equipment varies by model.)
With locations in Yakima and Pasco, Prestige Motors is constantly refreshing its inventory of pre-owned Nissan cars and trucks. That means you should visit our showroom, online or in person, if you want to see our latest stock. You can be on the lookout for top-notch choices like these:
The Nissan name followed a slightly tangled trail on its way to becoming a popular global automaker. The starting point was the Kwaishinsha Motor Car Co. that was founded in 1911. Over the years, Kwaishinsha went through a number of corporate owners and names until it became part of the Tobata Casting Co. in 1931. Next, 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. Nissan launched Japan’s very first mass-produced car in 1937, and the automaker came to the U.S. market in 1957 using the Datsun name. (In this case, the “DAT” came from the first letters of the last names of three of the company’s early leaders.) Well-known for classics like the original Z cars, the Datsun brand was phased out in 1986 to pave the way for Nissan’s current success.