If you're looking for a used Nissan vehicle, you have plenty of reliable options available. From the space-saving Cube to the mighty Frontier, Nissan's used vehicles tend to hold up well over the years. Below, you can read about seven of the most popular used Nissan vehicles that'll get you to wherever you and your family need to go.

2014 Nissan Altima


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Long-touted as Nissan's family sedan, the Altima has been a beloved model for decades. According to U.S. News, the 2014 Nissan Altima is a particularly cherished version of this vehicle. Its interior is quite elegant, and it has attractive styling and premium materials. There's no shortage of headroom and legroom for the driver and the front-seat passenger, and the backseat offers similar amounts of room.

You can take quick trips around town or long cross-country journeys with ease because the 2014 Altima was built with safety in mind. Its outboard seats have lower anchors, and all three rear seats have tether anchors. These thoughtful additions make installing multiple child seats simple. Some safety features that are available on certain trim levels of the 2014 Altima include moving object detection, a rearview camera, lane-departure warning, and blind-spot warning.

2010 Nissan Frontier

The 2010 Nissan Frontier is a reliable pickup truck that comes in one of two seating configurations. You can opt for the four-seat or five-seat cab configuration, depending on how many passengers you plan to drive around with you. No matter which version you get, you'll receive a spacious cabin that has a simple, easy-to-use control panel in the front row. Some available features you can find in the 2010 Frontier include a power sunroof, leather upholstery, an auxiliary input jack, Bluetooth, and power windows, mirrors, and door locks.

The Frontier has a standard four-cylinder engine, which is sufficient for everyday driving. You can also find a version with a V-6 engine if you plan to do a lot of towing.

2012 Nissan Cube

The 2012 Nissan Cube is a great compact car for commuters who primarily partake in city driving. Its unique shape and design provide adequate power and maneuverability. Both the steering and brakes are reliable, so you can feel comfortable stopping, going, and turning on crowded streets. The 2012 Cube's design was modern for its time, and its distinct shape continues to be a favorite of Nissan customers. Power windows, power door locks, and keyless entry are a few notable standard features. You can also find versions with a navigation system, a backup camera, and USB ports.

2013 Nissan Quest

You might've noticed a decline in minivans' popularity over the years, but that doesn't mean consumers don't still love these vehicles. The 2013 Nissan Quest is a great investment if you're looking for a vehicle with ample space for passengers and cargo. It offers more than 100 cubic feet of cargo space, a four-speaker stereo, and a standard push-start system. If you get a version that has a navigation system, you'll notice simple-to-use controls and a large screen that's easy to read.

2013 Nissan Murano

The Nissan Murano is somewhat similar to the Rogue, but many customers seem to prefer the Murano. This model came out first and has maintained its popularity because of its large size and more powerful performance. The 2013 Murano is a great midsize SUV to take with you on your weekend adventures camping or otherwise venturing out of town for a couple of days.

This vehicle has a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that produces 260 horsepower. It also has a standard front-wheel-drive system, but all-wheel drive is available in some models. You can make your way seamlessly through the city or drive on the highway with the continuously variable transmission that provides a smooth ride. When you hook up the towing configuration properly, you can use this vehicle to haul up to 3,500 pounds.

2012 Nissan Leaf

While the Nissan leaf first came out in 2010, it's the 2012 version that has risen in popularity over the years. The 2012 Nissan Leaf runs on an electric motor that can travel up to 100 miles on every charge. While you're driving around, you can experience sufficient power with the 107 horsepower and the 207 pound-feet of torque that the motor provides.

The 2012 Leaf is small but mighty, and it has many standard safety features, including traction control, an electronic stability system, antilock brakes, side curtain airbags, and side-impact airbags in the front row. As far as looks go, the 2012 Leaf doesn't fail to impress. It has sleek 16-inch alloy wheels, a standard rear spoiler, and cloth upholstery that complements the vehicle's simple yet clean interior.

2014 Nissan Maxima

To an untrained eye, the Nissan Maxima and Altima may seem more similar than different. While the 2014 Nissan Altima is a reliable family sedan, the 2014 Nissan Maxima offers more luxury than its smaller counterpart. The upper trim levels come with neat features like integrated turn signals on the outboard mirrors and a compass on the interior mirror. You can also find certain models with perks like a seven-inch color display screen, a rearview camera, and USB connectivity.

Nissan customers also love the zero-gravity seats that the 2014 Maxima has. These seats, which are present in both the front and back rows, have pressure points to keep an individual's back in a neutral position during long trips. This design, which signifies Nissan's commitment to satisfaction, increases comfort and reduces back pain that may come with sitting for an extended period. Even though a used Maxima tends to cost a little more than an Altima, the price difference is worth it if you're looking for heightened leisure.

If you've begun the car shopping process, you may want to start with any of these reliable used Nissan vehicles. Feel free to visit our dealership to see what vehicles we currently have on our lot. You may also stop by our finance center to learn about financing your used Nissan vehicle, so you can set up a payment plan that works for you.

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