No Social Security number required and no impact on your credit score using our 30 second form.
One of the most ubiquitous passenger vehicle automakers, Japan’s Nissan places the emphasis on overall quality and reliability. Propelled by a strong line-up of vehicles across segments, Nissan competes head-to-head with other leading Asian makes such as Honda and Toyota. The company’s extensive line spans sedans and hatchbacks, sporty coupes, crossovers and SUVs, and pickup trucks. Military AutoSource is pleased to offer Nissan vehicles to active US Military, available for stateside delivery.
Nissan cars include the small Versa, which boasts a low access point for first time buyers, starting around $12k. The remarkably economical price comes with the sedan version, while the Versa Note hatchback commands a bit more. Stepping up to the longstanding Sentra gets you a family-friendly compact, also favored by commuters looking to save at the pump with up to 37 highway miles per gallon (29 city). Moving up a notch, Altima continues to be a go-to for buyers who are looking for a high-quality mid-size sedan. Still going strong more than three decades after its launch, Maxima tops off the Nissan car line-up. Maxima is a large sedan, ranked among the sportiest and most luxurious in its class. While its V6 delivers ample power, a refined interior and an intuitive infotainment system give the driver and passengers a first-rate experience. Finally, if you’re looking for a commuter vehicle with hardcore green credentials and the efficiency to match, be sure to check out the plug-in Leaf.
Nissan has a full range of vehicles on the crossover and SUV side of the equation. When Nissan introduced the Juke in 2010, it was the world’s first sub-compact SUV, earning a spot in the history books for kicking off what’s currently one of the hottest automotive categories. Two available Nissan NISMO trims provide features such as a NISMO body kit and upgraded suspension, steering and exhaust. Other available features include an upgraded infotainment system with navigation, Rockford Fosgate audio and leather seats.
Nissan’s next step up size-wise is the Rogue Sport. It’s a somewhat smaller (about one-foot shorter) and more economical version of the Rogue, though both are classified as compact SUVs. One of Nissan’s most successful vehicles is the mid-size Murano sport utility, known for delivering a luxury-like level of quality without a premium brand price tag. It’s offered in four trim levels, each with optional AWD. At nearly the same entry price point as Murano, you’ll find the Pathfinder, worth a look if a more truck like SUV is your preference. The top-of-the-line Armada is a stylish hulk that seats 8 with a third-row as standard equipment. Armada pairs a beefy V6 powertrain with bold exterior lines and a palatial, elegantly appointed interior available with premium leather seats.
Nissan is one of the strongest import brands in the pickup truck segment with a line that includes three models: Frontier, Titan and Titan XD. Frontier and Titan are gasoline powered, whereas Titan XD is available in both gas and diesel. At the entry point, Frontier starts under $20k. The Titan, voted Truck Trend’s 2017 Pickup of the Year, is praised for its smooth ride and spacious interior with seating for 6, mated with a powerful V8. Stepping up to the Titan XD gets you access to an available V8 Cummins Turbo Diesel, and it includes commercial grade components such as upgraded 14” brakes.
With models like the 280Z in its lineage, Nissan has long been known for some of the highest performance Japanese sports cars on the market. Today, its sports car lineup includes the 370Z Coupe hardtop, 370Z Roadster convertible, both 2-seaters, and the GT-R 4-seater. If budget isn’t a factor, the $100k+ GT-R is a must-see. It offers up to 600 horsepower, titanium exhaust, NISMO-tuned suspension and high-end infotainment, packaged with sleek styling, inside and out.