Used Nissan For Sale In Tucson


The Nissan brand has become a popular choice for used-car buyers in the Tucson area thanks to a wide range of vehicles that combine dramatic designs, smart technologies, and the kind of performance you prefer: Whether you’re looking for an efficient EV, a powerful sports car, or high-capability trucks and SUVs, Nissan probably has a pre-owned vehicle that fits your needs. And GearSix Motorsports can help you find one while providing the customer service you deserve!


The No. 1 reason to purchase a pre-owned Nissan has to do with pricing, and in the used-car market, the No.1 factor affecting pricing is depreciation. That will reduce the value of a brand-new vehicle by 20% to 30% in just a single year. After 5 years, the typical used car is only worth about 40% of its original MSRP. So buying a used Nissan can save you roughly that much money right off the bat when compared to a similarly equipped new edition. Next, while we’re on the topic of equipment, it’s important to remember that even older Nissans have plenty, including must-have driver-assistance technologies. When you do the math, a lower price plus impressive features can equal more value for a used Nissan car or truck. You’re likely to save on car insurance, too, since coverage is usually based on how much a vehicle is worth. Nor do you have to sacrifice quality to save money. We carefully inspect each used vehicle before offering it to our customers, and you can always check out vehicle history reports for details about past owners, past service, and any previous accidents.

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Nissan helped pioneer the development of modern rearview and surround-view camera systems beginning in the early 2000s, and that commitment to technology has become increasingly important to the brand ever since. You’ll notice that immediately when you check out the many high-tech benefits of our pre-owned Nissan cars, trucks, and SUVs. Just keep in mind that exact equipment varies by model.

  • Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist can allow you to enjoy semi-autonomous driving by using smart technology to help you keep up with other cars, slow down during traffic jams, change lanes, and more. It’s a great way to reduce stress behind the wheel!
  • For further peace of mind, Nissan offers passenger-protection technology like forward/reverse automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and Predictive Forward Collision Warning that can monitor not only the vehicle in front of you, but also the one in front of that.
  • Keep an eye on key vehicle systems with Nissan’s Interactive Drive Displays, full-color touchscreens, and head-up displays.
  • With Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, and wireless charging, maintaining your connections is easy.
  • Rear-seat entertainment systems and hands-free tailgates are a few of the family-focused benefits you’ll find in used Nissans.
  • Nissan’s advanced powertrain technology includes all-electric propulsion systems for EVs as well as variable-compression turbochargers for gas engines.


GearSix Motorsports can make it especially easy to buy a pre-owned Nissan by offering multiple financing options and treating you with honesty and respect. That’s been our strategy since opening here in Tucson, and it continues to serve us, and our customers, very well. Just be sure to visit our showroom often, either online or in person, as we’re constantly updating our inventory with more top-notch Nissan models like these:

  • The Nissan Rogue leads a stylish lineup of crossover SUVs that further includes the Rogue Sport, Kicks, Murano, and Pathfinder. These are all versatile choices with utility, daring designs, and smart tech advantages that you’ll love.
  • For mightier strength, the Nissan Armada, and older Pathfinders, deliver true SUV capability with bold body-on-frame construction.
  • The Nissan Frontier, TITAN, and TITAX XD serve up the capability and power that truck lovers demand in three increasingly intimidating sizes. You can take to the trails, tow with ease, and enjoy a night on the town in any of them!
  • The Nissan Z cars and GT-R are high-performance icons for enthusiasts who appreciate track-friendly driving thrills, motorsports-inspired designs, and aggressive upgrades from Nissan’s NISMO racing experts
  • A groundbreaking EV, the Nissan LEAF can go up to nearly 226 miles without recharging, see nearly 123MPGe in city driving, and handle your life with a smart hatchback design.
  • Showing it remains focused on some of your favorite cars, Nissan fills out its lineup with the Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima that are smart alternatives to its satisfying trucks and SUVs.
  • Explore van life with Nissan Quest minivan, the NV200 city van, or the NV family of full-size vans.


Nissan made its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 1928, taking its ticker name from the first few letters of its corporate parent: Nihon Sangyo. By 1933, the Nissan brand had launched Japan’s first mass-produced cars, and the company came to the United States in 1958 to participate in the L.A. Auto Show using the name Datsun. Nissan soon began expanding its presence in the U.S., opening its California design center in 1979 and then beginning vehicle production in Tennessee in 1984. Along the way, vehicles like the original Z cars, the compact Datsun pickup, and that brand’s B210 small car set that stage for the transition to the Nissan name in 1986. Nissan now sells hundreds of thousands of brand-new vehicles in this country each year.

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