Nissan Top-Selling Models in Salvage Auto Auctions

Top-Selling Models at Nissan Auto Salvage Auctions


Founded in 1933 as a part of the Nissan Group, Nissan Motor Corporation has produced numerous vehicles over the years, many of which emerged as dominant forces in their respective segments. While the Japanese automaker may not be producing as many units as other manufacturers in the country such as Honda and Toyota, some of its models have created a unique place for themselves. In this article, we list some such nameplates that have made their mark in the industry, and can be found in our Nissan salvage auto auctions. Take a look.

Nissan Kicks

The first on the list is the obvious Nissan Kicks. Thanks to sensible pricing, the Kicks took no time to become the best selling nameplate by NIssan once it was introduced in the market. Besides having impressive reliability and safety ratings, the Kicks offers a surprisingly roomy interior and cargo space for its segment. The subcompact SUV can easily accommodate five passengers and offers a long list of leading-edge features.

Nissan Titan

The Nissan Titan is a full-size pickup truck, packaging enough features to give American best sellers, such as the Ford F Series, a run for their money. Propelled by a highly responsive V8 engine capable of producing up to 400 hp, the pickup features a host of drive assist, safety and infotainment features. In short, if you are looking for a pickup that doesn’t make you compromise on comfort or features, the Titan is a serious contender. 

Nissan GT-R

No listicle on the top selling Nissan cars can be complete without the mention of the Nissan GT-R. Often dubbed as the “best Japanese sports cars on the market,” the GT-R is certainly not for the faint-hearted. Despite being powered by a massive 3.6L V8 engine tuned to deliver monstrous power, the GT-R offers excellent handling, which makes it a perfect car no matter whether you are cruising down an open highway or just need to make a quick trip to a local market. The GT-R is without a doubt a keeper.

Wrap Up

Despite generating mixed responses from the auto community, Nissan cars have continued to dominate the charts in many regions across the world. In fact, in 2014, Nissan was the largest car manufacturer in North America. If you are looking to buy a Nissan car at a bargain price, checkout our Nissan salvage car auction, and take your pick from a wide range of clean and salvage Nissan cars for sale. Register today to start bidding. If you have any questions about our Nissan salvage auto auctions or any of the vehicles in our inventory, simply call: +1 (360) 347-1300 Monday through Friday, 7am to 4pm (PST) or email at:

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