Tempe Auto Plaza 101 supports you 100% when you’re shopping for used Nissans at our dealership, regardless of whether you actually come in for a visit or prefer checking out our online showroom. In either case, TAP 101 can get you into a high-quality Nissan that’s the right fit for your lifestyle and budget. We’ll then make things even easier with our secure financing application, hassle-free environment, and superior customer service. Proud to be a minority-owned business — Hablamos Español — Tempe Auto Plaza 101 is at your service for some of the best used Nissans in town.


Most people shop for used cars to save money, and when you buy from TAP 101, we take that to the next level. The starting point for all the used Nissans for sale in Tempe is the impact of depreciation. This reduces the value of the typical new car by some 20% after its first year on the road, and it can easily exceed 60% after five years. Naturally, these lower-value cars come with lower price tags, too, and the result can be thousands of dollars of savings when you buy them in the pre-owned marketplace — even when the used car in question is still in great condition. Next, we carefully research all the used cars for sale in Tempe to make sure our pre-owned Nissans are priced at market value: It’s like we do the negotiating for you! Of course, that’s just part of the picture. We also meticulously inspect all of our vehicles to guarantee their condition and make sure you don’t only save money you also get good value for what you do spend. Gain extra peace of mind with a Carfax/AutoSearch report for important information about a vehicle’s history.

Be sure to ask about our discounts for medical personnel and first responders, too!

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The used Nissans for sale in Tempe just may surprise you with their impressive range of high-end equipment. Despite being a mainstream brand, Nissan is fully committed to cutting-edge intelligent mobility, meaning even its pre-owned models can provide advanced driver assistance, intelligent connectivity, high-tech powertrains, and a fair amount of creature comforts. (Please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Nissan’s Safety Shield 360 technologies can take some of the pressure out of driving by keeping you out of harm’s way with front/rear automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, and Predictive Forward Collision Warning: It can monitor not only the vehicle in front of you but also the one in front of that.
  • The future is now for hands-on semi-autonomous driving with Nissan’s ProPILOT Assist that can make driving even less stressful by automatically keeping up with other vehicles, slowing down during traffic jams, changing lanes, and more.
  • NissanConnect has what you need for daily digital convenience and then some with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, WiFi compatibility, Bluetooth, wireless charging, full-color navigation, and large touchscreen displays.
  • The used Nissans for sale in Tempe can also treat you to luxurious accommodations with signature LED lighting, quilted semi-aniline leather heated/ventilated seats, dual-pane panoramic sunroofs, high-tech head-up displays, and super- convenient hands-free liftgates.
  • A long-time leader in performance technology, Nissan can keep you moving with equipment like all-electric powertrains, hybrid setups, and variable-compression turbochargers.


Our goal at Tempe Auto Plaza 101 is to offer the highest-quality pre- owned Nissans that best meet the needs of Tempe-area drivers. It’s a responsibility we take seriously, so our inventory can change daily as customers drive off with their dream cars, and we replace them with fresh choices. Can’t find the specific Nissan you want? Talk to one of our expert sales consultants, and we’ll be glad to leverage our extensive network of local contacts to try and track one down.

  • Nissan’s dynamic family of SUVs is ready for busy days with bold capability, sporty designs, and some of the brand’s most sought-after technologies. The current crop includes the Nissan Rogue, Rogue Sport, Murano, Kicks, and Pathfinder, but don’t forget about older rides such as the distinctive Nissan Juke or the unexpected Murano CrossCabriolet convertible SUV.
  • The Nissan Armada and certain Pathfinders from years past can put you at the helm of high-capability body-on-frame SUVs with truck-like strength that’s bolstered by all the modern amenities you demand.
  • Among the top used trucks for sale in Tempe, the Nissan Frontier, TITAN, and TITAN XD are powerful pulling machines that work the way you want.
  • The Nissan GT-R is a monster performer with a fire-breathing twin-turbo engine that serves up supercar-levels of excitement to turn every day into track day.
  • A potent performance icon in its own right, the legendary Nissan Z car comes in coupe and convertible body styles that can blow you away with their muscular motors, hot handling, and aggressive good looks.
  • The Nissan LEAF makes it simple to join the EV driving revolution with the ability to travel up to 226 miles on a single charge of electricity.
  • Satisfying alternatives to the brand’s bold trucks and SUVs include cars like the Nissan Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima.
  • Amazing versatility and convenience await in the Nissan Quest minivan, the NV200 city van, and the NV family of full-size vans.


Nissan has gone through a number of different names in its long history, starting life as the Kaishinsha Motor Car Works in 1911. The company called its first vehicle the DAT — taking those initials from the names of its key investors — and that morphed into Datsun when a separate holding company purchased the automaking business. The new corporate ownership took the name Nissan, again from the initials of important company leaders. However, Datsun remained the vehicle brand for Nissan for many more years.

Indeed, the 1958 Datsun Bluebird was the company’s first U.S. vehicle, and popular models in the 1970s like the brand’s compact pickup, 240Z sports car, and B210 small-car family were all sold as Datsuns. It wasn’t until 1986, after Nissan had opened its first California design center and began manufacturing its own vehicles in the United States, that the Nissan brand became widely used on cars. Today, millions of Nissan vehicles are keeping their owners on the move each year.

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