The award-winning Nissan brand offers one of the industry’s most extensive lineups, complete with top-shelf trucks, SUVs, sedans, and sports cars. It’s an impressive lineup that we certainly appreciate here at CARWORLD, where we carry some of the top used Nissans for sale in Hawthorne. Of course, we’re also proud to offer equally impressive customer service from our knowledgeable and trustworthy sales staff.
We specialize in easy financing, too, to help you get into your favorite used Nissan with less hassle. In fact, once you’re pre-approved — which only takes minutes using our secure online credit application — we’ll even pay for Uber rides of up to 50 miles to get you to our dealership on our dime!
CARWORLD has become one of the best “buy here, pay here” auto dealerships in Inland Empire with benefits like those — and more.
The bottom line at CARWORLD is that we discount prices, not quality. As a result, you can typically save thousands of dollars by purchasing a high-quality used car from us instead of buying a similarly equipped, brand-new model. But perhaps the most significant benefit of shopping at CARWORLD comes from our comprehensive approach to in-house financing. By acting as our bank, we get to choose who qualifies for credit, and guess what? We believe in making innovative financing available to just about everybody.
For example, while some financial institutions may not provide credit if you’ve got cash or SSI income, it’s no problem at CARWORLD. And neither are past bankruptcies or repossessions. We can even develop finance solutions for customers who want to use their cars for Lyft or Uber. We like to say that if CARWORLD can’t finance you, no one can.
We’re also happy to work with outside lenders if they’re a better match for your particular situation.
CARWORLD makes selling your car pretty easy, too. You can enter a few details about your current ride on our website’s vehicle valuation tool — powered by Edmunds.com — to see its True Market Value. We’ll give you an instant cash offer whether you’re trading in or not, and we guarantee to pay $1,000 for any used car you can push, pull, or tow into our dealership. (Please see us for other restrictions and details.)
Advantages like these aren’t available on all the used Nissans for sale in Hawthorne, but they’re only a few ways we treat you better here at CARWORLD.
The used Nissans for sale in Hawthorne can showcase many of the same remarkable technologies as the brand’s new models, including an especially strong selection of advanced driver-assistance systems. These so-called ADAS features can help you recognize and avoid potential road hazards and, in some cases, even automatically intervene to help. Nissan is also well-known for its high-end infotainment resources, and many used Nissans can take comfort to the next level with premium luxury cues. (However, please note that exact equipment can vary by model and year.)
A family-owned business right from the start, CARWORLD has been a fixture in the community for decades. So we know just what local folks want from the used Nissans for sale in Hawthorne, and we stock our inventory with your requirements and preferences firmly in mind. In addition, our second store in Montclair gives us access to additional used Nissans for even more customer choice. Some of our favorites are listed below.
The history of the Nissan brand begins with the history of the Datsun brand — the name under which Nissan sold its vehicles for years. Nissan itself was originally a holding company for various industrial businesses. At one point, in the early 1930s, one of those businesses gained control of an earlier Japanese automaker that had come to be known as Datsun. When the Japanese auto industry began to take off, Nissan set up its auto business as a standalone company that was called Nissan Motors but sold Datsun vehicles.
So the first Nissan car shown in the United States was the Datsun Bluebird that debuted at the L.A. Auto Show in 1958. Datsun’s small cars saw an increase in popularity during the oil shortages in the 1970s, and the 1980s saw the company expanding its appeal with “American” vehicles like trucks and SUVs. That also was the decade when Nissan Motors began using its own name on its cars — and opened its first U.S. manufacturing plant. Nissan is now well-positioned for the future, too, after introducing the Nissan Leaf as the first successful modern EV in 2010!