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Nissan is one of the few brands on the market that sells compelling cars for a very affordable price. The current Nissan range is a mixture of SUVs and city cars. But it’s very clear, just like all other brands, that the focus is going towards small SUVs for Nissan with the Juke and Qashqai.

While Nissan is in the top 10 most popular car brands in the USA, the success story of Nissan in Europe is not the same. Nissan is equalling Volvo in sales quantity with around 300,000 cars sold. The reason why the brand is not so popular in Europe is due to the limited supply of model variations. With only five different Nissan models in Europe, the Nissan brand does not offer much. The current model range of Nissan available on our search engine includes the Juke, Leaf, Micra, Qashqai and X-Trail.

The popular Nissan models in Belgium are the Juke and Qashqai. All other models are not so desired due to the price tag or shape of the car. Nowadays, more people are into driving SUV or Jeeplike car. It’s a safer feeling type of car, with the ever-growing size of cars. The Juke starts with a price tag of just over 20,000 euro including discount. The most equipped Juke will go for just under 30,000 euro including discount. The price is very competitive for quite an attractive looking car. The latest Nissan Juke was heavily redesigned with a completely refreshed look.

Then we have the Nissan Qashqai that has also gone through a completely new redesign for 2022. The Qashqai starts ate a price of around 26,000 euro including discounts. The most expensive Qashqai stock cars go for around 33,000 euro.

Nissan is not a budget brand but a mid-segment brand. Sot the pricing can’t be compared with budget brands like Suzuki or Dacia. It is meant to compete with the mid-segment brands like Volkswagen. Once compared, you will notice that a Nissan is still much cheaper than most mid-segment brands. Read more on this article, how Nissan managed to keep the prices low for the European market.

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How to get the right Nissan?

The best way to find the right Nissan is by utilising the filter menu on our search engine to your benefit. When you select a Nissan stock car, make sure to use all possible filters to define what car suits your needs.

Once you have made your selection though the filter menu, you will see all the Nissan stock cars that match your needs.

How to find the best Nissan deal?

Our search engine makes it so easy for anyone to find the best deal. The discount percentage is what defines a good deal, the higher the discount on a car the more you are saving. So to find the car with the highest discount percentage, you need to make sure to stay on the first tab “Most discounted” to see the highest discounted Nissan stock car first. Once you found the right Nissan, you can click on the listing and get in touch with the dealer for more information on that stock car.


All top brands have a performance division, such as AMG by Mercedes or M by BMW. Nissan also has one that goes with the name of “NISMO” and stands for Nissan Motorsport. The in-house tuning division has contributed in the development of a NISMO GT-R, 370Z, Sentra and the Juke. The very first NISMO-branded car was the 1987 Skyline GTS-R Group A. Then followed by the 1990 Skyline GT-R NISMO.

Many would think that the GT-R is a performance sub brand by Nissan, but in fact it’s only the model name of a Nissan supercar. NISMO is the added performance to make an already fast car, even faster.

Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf was first introduced in 2010 to global markets and it was one of the first affordable fully electric cars on the market. The Leaf is a compact five-door hatchback that also won the 2011 European Car of the Year award.

The range of the Nissan Leaf started from 117km and gradually increased to now 385km. This is now a very competitive figure for a city car. The Nissan Leaf and the very popular French alternative the Renault Zoe are practically both the same car. They share the same fully electric platform and have added their own touches to it.

Renault Nissan Alliance explained

For every car company to survive in this complex and financial heavy market. They are forced to find grouping and partnerships to form a strong position in the market. Building groups and networks of different brands, brings a long the benefit to share costs and tasks with each other. When a smaller brand joins a group of larger and stronger brands. The benefit for the smaller brands is immensely high, as they are allowed to buy technology or platforms from other brands in the group. For the larger brands, the benefit lays on the total production cost. They can produce more components to reduce the total cost per component.

The best example of a group that we can give is the Volkswagen Group, in which we have brands like Audi, Skoda, Seat and Volkswagen. These four companies share entire platforms together, with in some cases the difference is only the body styling and interior finish. Take for example the Volkswagen Golf and the Audi A3. Both are very similar to each other.

Another recent example is the Stellantis group. In this newly formed group we have brands like Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Chrysler (US), Citroën, Dodge (US), DS, Fiat, Jeep, Lancia, Maserati, Opel and RAM (US). Imagine how much all these brands can share with each other, the same suspensions, same engines, same interior buttons and so on. As a result, smaller brands like Lance or Alfa Romeo will get supported by the bigger brands such as Citroën and Fiat.

So Nissan did exactly the same but back in 1999 with the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. The group owns the following brands: Renault, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Infiniti, Renault Samsung, Dacia, Alpine, Datsun, Venucia and Lada. Because of the strong position of Renault in Europe, the European Nissan models are heavily influenced by what Renault is producing. So for European customers, a Nissan is almost a Renault in disguise. For example the engines in a Nissan are in most cases designed by Renault.

Forming groups helps everyone. It gives more financial stability to all the brands and allows them to focus more on things they are specialised in.

How much discount on a new Nissan?

Nissan is quite conservative when it comes to giving out discounts. Unlike other brands like BMW where you will easily find deals with over 20% discount, the margins on a more budget orientated brand like Nissan is much less. So, the Nissan models do not receive very high discount rates. The best discount you could expect for a Nissan stock car is around 15%.

The least you can expect is around 8% discount. So the margins as mentioned before is very slim. Any new model stock car from Nissan is between 8% and 10%.

How to know you got a good deal?

This all depends on the age of the stock car. If you are looking at a fairly new model, less than two years old. Then you should expect a figure between 8% and 10%. But if you are interested in an older stock car model that has been replaced already, you should be looking at a discount rate of around 15%.

The age of a model is very important, so make sure you know how old the stock car is. If you do not know the age of the stock car, just search the model on our search engine and see how much the highest discount is.