Nissan: Cheaper Cars for Every Market

canstockphoto0496999We all approach buying a car from a different angle, with everyone coming from different circumstances, with greatly differing budgets and requirements for our new vehicle to adhere to. No matter our primary concern when buying a car however, we would all like to think that there was a manufacturer that offered a cheaper solution than other mainstream alternatives. Recent times have suggested that Nissan may well be emerging as that very company; with vehicles tailored towards greatly different segments of the car market, yet all offered at competitive prices when compared to their rivals.


Nissan was one of the first to enter the now growing market for eco-friendly vehicles, with the 100% electric Nissan Leaf widely considered one of the best of its kind. With rising fuel costs and a much greater awareness of the devastating effects of carbon emissions (very much abundant within the automotive industry), the Leaf was seen as an affordable car that not only boasted the much lower running costs for consumers that electric cars typically offer but a much more budget friendly asking price as well. The financial benefits of the Leaf were considered so substantial that Nissan released an entire ad campaign focussed around this feature.

Family Friendly

Standard Nissan cars were already generally known for providing space at a competitive value for money but following the early success of the Leaf, Nissan began work on a follow-up to the popular environmentally friendly car. Having just launched within the last couple of months, the updated version not only has shorter charging times but comes even cheaper than its predecessor. This has all been an effort to try and make typically expensive electric vehicles more attainable for families, with the hopes that the Leaf could become a prime option for a day-to-day run around.

Low Budget

Many people, particularly in the current economic climate, do not have excessive amounts of money to spend on cars but this does not mean they do not require them, nor that they would not like to be able to buy a new model without feeling obliged to opt instead for a used one. 2014 will see the full return of the Nissan Datsun after having been out of production since 1983. Six different versions will be launched in emerging markets such as Russia, Indonesia and South Africa with an asking price of around just $3000; considerably lower than any other new car available today. There has also been a suggestion that the low budget vehicle may make the move to US and European markets at some point in the future, further widening choice for consumers.

Luxury Supercar

Opting to purchase a luxurious, powerful and modern supercar is never going to be a cheap option but with the Nissan GT-R, they have provided the nearest solution currently available. With some media outlets and reviewers hailing it as possibly the world’s cheapest supercar on the market, it offers the same flashy aesthetics, speed capabilities and immense engine power of its rivals but for a mere fraction of the price.

No matter what you are looking for from your car, it seems that Nissan will be able to offer it to you at a much better price than you would perhaps have expected at first.

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