Nissan Listings: 566 vehicles for sale

2008 nissan micra micra-1.4 for sale in South Africa

2008 Nissan Micra 1.4 Acenta 5Dr (D63/74) View Car

BRONZ Nissan Micra 1.4 Acenta 5Dr (D63/74), 95550 kms for sale in Mpumalanga

For R 85,900

2007 nissan micra micra-1.5 for sale in South Africa

2007 Nissan Micra 1.5 Dci Tekna 3Dr (D66/69) View Car

Bronze Nissan Micra 1.5 Dci Tekna 3Dr (D66/69), 131431 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 59,990

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Ref:85/14 Contact us all hours on 082-381-8988 or 061-155-6021 Trade-ins welcome. Finance and Two year extended warranties can be arranged. Test Drives are available subject to Demonstrator availability. Licence, registration and administration, mandatory fees are not included. Kolev Motors is an authorised financial services provider in terms of the FAIS Act (31528)

2012 nissan micra micra-1.5 for sale in South Africa

2012 Nissan Micra 1.5 Dci Acenta 5Dr (D70) View Car

silver Nissan Micra 1.5 Dci Acenta 5Dr (D70), 480000 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 119,995

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2007 nissan 1400 1400 for sale in South Africa

2007 Nissan 1400 Std P/U S/C View Car

WHITE Nissan 1400 Std P/U S/C, 81570 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 69,950

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2007 nissan 1400 1400 for sale in South Africa

2007 Nissan 1400 Std 5 Speed (408) P/U S/C View Car

White Nissan 1400 Std 5 Speed (408) P/U S/C, 128000 kms for sale in Gauteng

For R 59,900

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News for Nissan

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Datsun unveils new seven-seat GO+ »

The comeback kid will build its new hatchbacks and people carriers at Nissans plant in Purwakarta in Indonesia. Nissan re-launched the Datsun marque in July, last seen in the UK in 1983, as its new budget brand for developing markets...


All-New Nissan X-TRAIL revealed in Frankfurt »

The interior cabin is a blend of chrome, metal and piano black finishes with a theater-style seating arrangement and the possibility of ordering two extra seats for a seven-seat layout. Lower-spec models come with a cloth fabric but more expensive version...


Nissan ALMERA returns »

With its roots stretching back to 1995, the Nissan ALMERA found favour with South Africans initially in its second generation both as a hatchback and sedan in 2001. The all-new ALMERA is built in Chennai, India and fully imported. The South African marke...


The New Nissan Sentra »

The new SENTRA marks the brands return to the hotly-contested C-segment segment sedan arena where the new SENTRA is up against formidable competition. With its sleek and stylish good looks, high quality, premium build integrity and superior roominess, the...



Part of the South African motoring landscape

The Hardbody nameplate shares a rich history with Nissan LCVs in South Africa which begins as early as 1960 when the then Datsun Motor Vehicle Distributors imported 38 one-ton LDV pickups. Fast-forward to ...


Datsun GO Breaks Cover »

After announcing Datsun's revival with several teasers, Nissan has unveiled the Micra-based Datsun GO which represents a simple five-door hatchback with the following dimensions: 3785mm length, 1635mm width, 1485mm height and a 2450mm wheelbase. It will b...


The new Nissan NV200 Combi »

The all-new Nissan NV200 Combi is now available in South Africa. Following the release of its NV200 Panel Van sibling in June, the Combi variant of the NV200 forms part of a comprehensive new LCV offering from Nissan - now there is a Nissan LCV for everyo...


Datsun K2 Revealed in Official Sketches »

The first generation Micra launched in 1982 was actually designed as a budget car and sold under the Datsun brand as well, so it's fitting they started with it.

The K2 will be assembled in India and is expected to go on sale in early 2014. A flu reve...



The battery technology will be mostly derived from the Leaf but with additional tweaks to match the significantly more power. As you would imagine, regenerative braking technology will be implemented to recharge the battery pack.

The Nissan ZEOD RC wil...


Usain Bolt Gets Unique Gold GT-R »

So much so that the Japanese carmaker has delivered another unique GT-R to the world's fastest man in appreciation of his efforts promoting the Nissan Global Brand Campaign over the past year. Coated in exclusive gold paint, Bolt's one-off GT-R is based o...


About Nissan

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The company was established in 1934 and manufactured the Datsun brand until World War 2.

Nissan`s timeline:
- In the early 1950s, Nissan formed a partnership with the British engine manufacturer Austin Motor
- In 1952, the two companies reached an agreement in which Nissan would assemble Austin automobiles from imported parts and sell them in Japan under the Austin brand.
- After three years, Nissan made all Austin parts domestically and sold the Japanese Austin`s to the national market. The partnership also gave Nissan rights to access Austin patents, a position that Nissan used to refine and improve its own Datsun engines.
- In the 1970s, the Datsun brand gained notoriety through the popularity of the 240Z, a sports car with a six-cylinder engine. The car was renowned for its combination of value, design, and speed.
- During the oil crisis of 1973, consumers everywhere began to look for small economy cars that used little fuel. This demand pushed Nissan to build new Datsun factories in Australia, Mexico, South Africa, and Taiwan. At the end of the 1970s, Nissan had cumulatively exported over ten million Datsuns.
- In 1981, Nissan dispensed with the Datsun name and began selling its automobiles under the Nissan brand.
- Nissan began the 1990s by releasing several models such as the Maxima, Sentra, and 300ZX. This move caused sales to increase substantially. However, toward the end of the decade, Nissan models became more generic and unappealing and the company saw sales drop.
- In 1999, Nissan formed an alliance with French automaker Renault. Nissan re-designed the Sentra and Altima, which became popular among consumers. The program was hugely successful and, today, the Nissan brand is associated with quality, design, and value for money.

Nissan offers a wide array of automobile models for consumers.

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