If Chrysler were a Japanese brand, its name would likely be Nissan. Just like Chrysler trails General Motors and Ford here in the states, Nissan usually plays third fiddle behind Honda and Toyota.
In an effort to lure buyers away from automotive fixtures such as the Toyota Camry and Honda Civic, Nissan offers impressive cars like the Nissan Sentra and Nissan Altima. And, just to prove that there's a used Nissan for every palate, variations including the Nissan Altima hybrid, Nissan Altima Coupe and Nissan Sentra SE-R are also available. There's even the funky, Scion-inspired Nissan Cube with a bounty of custom options.
But not everyone is looking for cars. For those folks, Nissan built the versatile Pathfinder, the rugged Nissan Frontier, the V8-powered Nissan Titan, the comfortable Nissan Murano, the family-friendly Nissan Quest, and the off-roading Nissan Xterra. More recently, Nissan has found a sales winner in the Nissan Rogue and smaller variant Nissan Rogue Sport. Covering the performance angle are the Nissan 350Z, the Nissan 370Z, the Nissan Maxima sport sedan, and the brand's supercar, the Nissan GT-R.