Cars We Buy: Nissan
Nissan has been a part of the automotive industry since 1914. Today, they have grown to be one of Asia’s largest automakers and is widely recognized as Japan's third-largest manufacturer, with over 5 million cars sold in 2016 alone. The Nissan Motor Company took over Datsun company in 1933. Still, it would change its name to what we know today after making passenger vehicles in 1935 for export into Australia that same year (and won't stop until now). In 1937 came their own version of mass production too: Type 15 became one of history's earliest models still being made today (with mini-pickup and delivery van options).
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Nissan starts expanding during the 80s to keep up with demand and opens up new factories. And when everyone thought that Nissan couldn't get any bigger, along comes a whole new brand of Nissan, one aimed at a more luxurious segment of the market, Infiniti. In 1989, as the Infiniti project got off the ground, parent company Nissan celebrated its millionth car built in the US.
In 2002, the Z concept was resurrected with the 350Z, a sporty car that quickly wins over car enthusiasts and specialists. The newly-formed SUV market will also be represented in the Nissan line-up with the Murano. Now, the boys over at Nissan seem to have a tough point to make as they've released the GTR, a super-sporty car, the crowning jewel of Nissan motoring and engineering.