Pre-owned Nissan cars, trucks, and SUVs offer impressive advantages to Phoenix-area shoppers, and at AAA Car Buying, we can build on those benefits with a few of our own. First and foremost: Our expert consultants can help you find a high-quality used Nissan in a low-pressure environment of your choice. The entire process can take place at your home, your business, our showroom, or at one of our AAA branch locations.


New Nissans are known for being at the forefront of the industry for efficiency and technology, and they can certainly be affordable, too. But a used Nissan can take savings to the next level due to depreciation. That’s actually something most new vehicles go through, and it typically reduces the value of a car by some 20% during its first year on the road. After five years, the same vehicle will have depreciated by about 60%. The thing is, if you’re shopping for a pre-owned Nissan instead of selling one, depreciation results in significantly lower prices. There’s a related bonus, too. Because insurance rates are usually based on a vehicle’s value, a lower-cost used car tends to cost less to insure than a new one — even if they have the exact same equipment and features. And remember, buying any pre-owned vehicle can be less risky than ever nowadays due to the popularity of used-car history reports. With one of those, information about past accidents, past owners, past service records, and more is right at your fingertips. When you combine that with our commitment to honesty and excellent customer service, you can be extra confident in your used Nissan.

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Although Nissan is constantly introducing new technologies to its vehicles, even their pre-owned models can impress you with their advanced driver-assistance systems, sophisticated infotainment setups, and high-end luxury cues. The brand’s high-tech powertrain technology also makes it easy for you to enjoy the advantages of electrified driving in a used car. (Note: Exact equipment varies by model and model year.)

  • Semi-autonomous driving is here for you to experience thanks to Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist, which can use smart technology to take some of the stress out of driving by helping you keep up with other cars, slow down during traffic jams, change lanes, and more.
  • Nissan can further safeguard your travels with additional safety technologies that include automatic braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, and Predictive Forward Collision Warning to monitor not only the vehicle in front of you, but also the one in front of that.
  • Get important vehicle information at a glance with Nissan’s Interactive Drive Displays, full-color touchscreens, and head-up displays.
  • You don’t have to sacrifice sophisticated connectivity in a used vehicle, since pre-owned Nissans can provide Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, and wireless charging.
  • Rear-seat entertainment systems and hands-free tailgates are only a few of the family-focused features you can find in used Nissans.
  • Go further and greener with all-electric propulsion systems, variable-compression turbochargers, gas-hybrid setups, and other cutting-edge powertrain tech.


AAA Car Buying can help you find just the right pre-owned Nissan to meet your lifestyle — and your budget — with simple financing, competitive prices, and a dedication to honesty and integrity that has served us well since we first opened in 1999. If you’re looking to trade-in your current ride, we can help with that, too. As for our inventory, we update that on a regular basis to make sure you can choose from used Nissan models like these:

  • The incredibly popular Nissan Rogue is at the head of the brand’s crossover lineup with bold style, welcome versatility, and an available hybrid powertrain.
  • The Nissan Rogue Sport, Kicks, Juke, and Pathfinder fill out the company’s crossover family with utility, technology, and handsome good looks.
  • Some older Pathfinders, plus the Nissan Armada, can provide robust body-on-frame strength for SUV enthusiasts who demand unrelenting truck-style capability.
  • Speaking of trucks, the Nissan TITAN, TITAN XD, and Frontier are at your service with multiple bed choices and cab styles, as well as available off-road upgrades, for working, weekends, and everything in between.
  • Our Nissan Z cars — offered in coupe and convertible body style — boast iconic rear-wheel-drive performance that can be pushed to the limits with track-friendly upgrades from the brand’s NISMO motorsports department.
  • Go all-in on supercar excitement with the legendary Nissan GT-R that can rocket to 60 mph in only 2.9 seconds.
  • An all-electric pioneer, the Nissan LEAF is a versatile hatchback that has the ability to travel nearly 226 miles on a single charge and see nearly 123MPGe in city driving.
  • Cars like the Nissan Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima can also be smart alternatives to the brand’s satisfying trucks and SUVs.
  • The Nissan Quest minivan, the NV200 city van, and the NV family of full-size vans bring fantastic functionality.


Nissan traces its history back to 1911, although the company started out as the Kwaishinsha Motor Company and has worn a number of different names since then. In fact, Nissan didn’t take its current moniker until 1933, when the Nihon Sangyo Co., an early corporate owner of the automaking operation, was listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange using the first few letters of both Nihon and Sangyo. Here in the United States, Nissan sold cars under the Datsun brand from 1959 through 1986. The company quickly expanded its U.S. business after its 1959 debut, becoming the country’s No.1 vehicle importer in 1975. By 1980, though, Nissan had begun building its vehicles in the United States (but still selling them as Datsuns for U.S. drivers).Today, as Nissan, the automaker's strong manufacturing presence in this country is well matched by its impressive presence on U.S. roads.

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