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Nissan is one of the “big 4” Japanese automakers in the American car market, and the brand currently enjoys high standing with car enthusiasts all over the globe. From family-friendly minivans to sporty coupes, Nissan remains one of the most sought-after car brands in the U.S. and abroad. As a result, Nissan parts are also in high demand. In order to understand how discount Nissan parts became such a desirable segment of the auto parts marketplace, let’s go back about a century ago.
Nissan Motor Company is a multinational automaker headquartered in Yokohoma, Japan. Its origins can be traced back to when the Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works (founded in 1911) produced its first car, the DAT. It produced both cars and trucks until 1925, when it merged with Jitsuyo Jidosha Co. Ltd, to form DAT Automobile Manufacturing Co. In 1931, the company released the Datsun (originally Datson), a smaller car than its predecessor, the DAT. In 1934, the automobile division of the company was split from its parent company to become a new subsidiary called Nissan Motor. Datsun's foray into the international market began by manufacturing automobiles for Austin Motors. In 1968, the Datsun 510 was the first Nissan vehicle to enter the American market. The 510 was partly responsible for cementing Datsun’s (and eventually Nissan’s) place as a reliable, dependable and popular car brand in the United States. Consequently, Nissan parts became premium aftermarket offerings.
The company continued to expand into the international market and Nissan built its first plant in the United States in the early '80s. The Sentra was originally released as a subcompact car in 1982 and is now sold as a compact car in its current generation. In 1985, the brand rolled out the Pathfinder, a compact SUV. Nissan entered into a partnership with Ford Motor Company from 1993 to 2002, during which it released the Quest minivan. The Xterra, a compact SUV, was rolled out in 2000. The Xterra was a landmark release for Nissan. After this model, the demand for Nissan parts online skyrocketed. With the internet more widely used than ever, 2000 marked the beginning of the “mad dash” for Nissan parts online. Nissan also offers the Titan, a full-size pickup introduced in 2004. In the same year, the brand also released the Armada, a full size SUV. Some of the other models in the Nissan model lineup include the Cube, Frontier and Pulsar. Today, discount Nissan parts online are available all over the world. Yet only BuyAutoParts.com offers the combination of customer service and selection that our customers have come to know and love.
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