Nissan was recently the sixth largest automaker in the world, after Toyota, General Motors, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai Motor Group, and Ford. Nissan maufactured the world's largest electric vehicle, with sales of more than 275,000 electric vehicles. The top-selling vehicle is the Nissan Leaf, an all electric car and the world's top selling plugin electric car.
Nissan has an extensive range of mainstream cars and trucks, which are exported around the world. Nissan also have several memorable sports cars, like the Datsun Fairlady 1500, 1600 and 2000 Roadsters.
The Nissan Z-car is an affordable sports car, and the GT-R, a powerful all-wheel drive sports coupe. Nissan created a tuning division, Nismo, for competition and performance development of such cars.
Nissan launched the Qashqai SUV in South Africa, along with their new motorsport Qashqai Car Games, 2013.
In 1960, a sales distribution channel was established that sold diesel products for commercial use, Nissan Diesel, which was sold in 2007 to Volvo AB.
Accurate information supplied is always key when you are dealing with the motor scrapyard, this will better your chances of ﬁnding the correct Nissan part for your motor vehicle. Information such as the make, model, series, year model, VIN and engine number, which can be found on your vehicles licence disc as well as the correct name of the type of car part that you require.
Nissan offers a subscription-based telematics service in select vehicles to drivers in Japan, called CarWings. Nissan also owns Nissan Marine, they produce motors for boats and other maritime equipment. Nissan have also built the MV orbital rocket. Nissan sells a range of key cars, mainly as a joint venture with Suzuki and Mitsubishi.
Nismo is the motorsports division of Nissan. Nismo cars have participated in the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship, Super GT, IMSA GT Championship, World Sportscar Championship, FIA World Endurance Championship, British Touring Car Championship, Supercars Championship and Blancpain GT Series. Also, they were featured at the World Series by Nissan from 1998 to 2004.
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