Nissan Frontier USD Sold
Nissan
2018 2018 Frontier
1N6AD0CW2HN774903
Melloy Nissan Contact Details:
Main address: US,
Vehicle ID 267943199-15

Used SOLD: 2018 Nissan Frontier

Offered for Sale By: Melloy Nissan

VIN:
1N6AD0CW2HN774903
Vehicle:
SOLD: 2018 Nissan Frontier
Color:
Gun Metallic / Graphite
Mileage:
2,749
Engine:
6-Cylinder
Dealer:
Melloy Nissan
Location:
Zip:
Listed:
SOLD
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Vehicle features

  • Floor Mats Front and rear carpeted floor mats
  • Federal Emissions OPTION

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Sorry, this one is sold but here is the archived vehicle description:

4WD, CarFax One Owner%2521 This Nissan Frontier is CERTIFIED%2521 Low miles for a 2017%2521 Bluetooth, This 2017 Nissan Frontier SV V6, has a great Gun Metallic exterior, and a clean Graphite interior%2521 Satellite Radio, Steering Wheel Controls, Aux Audio Input, AM/FM Radio Stability Control, ABS Brakes Satellite Radio Call to confirm availability and schedule a no-obligation test drive%2521 We are located at 7707 Lomas Blvd NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110.


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Nissan was born in Japan, and like other marques from its homeland, the brand is known for crafting vehicles that place an emphasis on quality and reliability. The company's roster of products is broad, and includes sporty coupes, family sedans, minivans, trucks and SUVs.

The automaker got its start in 1933 as the Jidosha Seico Co., Ltd. The following year, this outfit merged with another Japanese manufacturer, and the new company was christened Nissan Motor Company, Ltd. Nissan initially marketed its vehicles under the Datsun brand, with the first Datsuns being built in 1934. Postwar, the brand made its presence felt worldwide, building a partnership with the U.K.-based Austin Motor Co. and establishing a presence in the United States. The first Datsuns hit American shores in 1958. Vehicles like the Datsun 1000 were based on Austin platforms.

The '60s witnessed Nissan's merger with Prince Motor Company, a union that helped the Asian manufacturer create more luxury-focused vehicles. In the U.S. it began offering its first vehicle styled for the U.S. market, the Datsun 510 sedan. By the end of the decade, Datsun had exported more than 1 million vehicles. Datsun rose to prominence in the 1970s on the popularity of its 240Z sports car. Powered by an inline six-cylinder engine, the car was coveted for its blend of style, performance and affordability. By the time the '70s drew to a close, the automaker's cumulative vehicle exports had surpassed the 10 million mark.

In 1981, Nissan shelved the Datsun name and began selling vehicles worldwide under the Nissan moniker. The '80s also saw Nissan's launch of a tuning division called Nismo for the development of performance-oriented vehicles and accessories. Nissan also brought its production to American shores, with the construction of a Georgia-based plant.

The early '90s saw Nissan's fortunes rise in the U.S. thanks to fun-to-drive cars like the 300ZX, Maxima and Sentra. But this trend didn't last long and by the late '90s Nissan's offerings consisted of anonymous vehicles. The company's future was uncertain.

After the turn of the new century Nissan bounced back, helped by a 1999 alliance with Renault that boosted the company's finances. Its redesigned Sentra and Altima boosted sales and consumer interest, as did new models like the 350Z sports car, Armada SUV and Titan pickup. Today the manufacturer is known for offering a wide range of well-regarded vehicles, including the popular Murano SUV, the incredible GT-R supercar and the all-electric Leaf.