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Founded in 1933, Japanese auto company Nissan is among the largest car manufacturers in the United States. Nissan cars often offer an attractive combination of snappy handling, affordable pricing and excellent fuel efficiency.
As both the world’s leading manufacturer of electric vehicles and a respected name on the racetrack, Nissan seems to be able to do it all. Globally renowned for their reliability, affordability and safety, Nissan vehicles make use of various different engines, from the inline-three (I3) to the V8.
To find used Nissan engines for sale in your area, simply fill out the lead form above. You’ll start receiving quotes from reputable sellers within minutes.
Find A Used Nissan Engine Today at ASAP Motors
ASAP Motors is a locator of used Nissan engines. It is a service is available to anyone. It is easy to find used engines for sale using our free service. Sometimes you may only find rebuilt engines for sale when searching other places. Just fill out the questionnaire on the home page, which will take about 1 minute to fill out. The questionnaire helps to guide with drop down menus and with the option of VIN number tracking. You will start receiving messages from dealers that have the specific replacement Nissan motors or transmission, like an Altima, is needed. At this point, an engine buyer deals with each Nissan engine provider, from all over the United States, on an individual basis. Does that sound easy enough?
Asapmotors.com specializes in providing both replacement engines and transmissions. Often they are tested, cleaned and packed for shipping. This provides an invaluable resource for mechanics that have customers waiting on their only form of transportation. This service is available to individuals, mechanics, and other used parts dealers. The used motors and transmissions come from other vehicles that have been wrecked and due to body damage have been considered totaled. Often the drive train is completely unaffected. These engines, often brand new, are available at a reduced price, greatly lower than a mechanic’s engine re-build, or purchasing a re-built motor.
In the past, if someone had used Nissan engines for sale, the local junkyard was the only viable option. This meant rummaging through aisles of wrecked vehicles to find what you are looking for. There is then a waiting period for their yard worker to schedule the pull. In some cases a person might have to pull it themselves. That meant spending time, 4-5 hours out in a muddy junkyard. Now, that time can be better spent answering the e-mails sent to you by people that have your engine. You then buy your engine, wait for delivery, and put it in.
A mechanic can honestly say that used Nissan engines are the best remedy for a blown motor, as well as the best value. Fill out the questionnaire and get some quotes. You got nothing to lose.
Popular Nissan Engines
|Year||Model||Body type||Engine Type|
|2019||370Z||Coupe||3.7L V6 6-speed Manual||Get Quote|
|2017||Altima||Sedan||2.5L 4-cyl. CVT Automatic w/Prod. End 06/17||Get Quote|
|2017||GT-R||Coupe||3.8L V6 Twin-turbo AWD 6-speed Automated Manual||Get Quote|
|2017||Versa Note||Hatchback||1.6L 4-cyl. CVT Automatic||Get Quote|
|2015||Armada||SUV||5.6L V8 5-speed Automatic||Get Quote|
|2011||Altima Hybrid||Sedan||2.5L 4-cyl. Hybrid CVT Automatic||Get Quote|
|2007||Frontier||Truck||2.5L 4-cyl. 5-speed Manual 6.1 ft. Bed||Get Quote|
|2007||Pathfinder||SUV||4.0L V6 5-speed Automatic||Get Quote|
Select Your Nissan Engine Below to Start Finding Used Nissan Engines for Sale
From compact cars to sports cars to SUVs, Nissan has a car (and an engine) for everyone. Select your Nissan engine model below.
The first Nissan 350Z engine used was a VQ35DE overhead cams 6 cylinder engine. The horsepower this engine put out was 287 which is actually a little…
If your Nissan engine or transmission went out on your Altima sedan, it could be really expensive to fix it. Getting used Nissan engines should be…
The Nissan Armada 5.6-liter V-8 engine is a very well built engine that produces 317 horsepower with 385- lb-ft of torque. This engine was built to…
The Nissan Frontier engine started way back with the old Nissan Hard body truck. That truck used a 2.4 engine KA24DE. The Hard body was extremely…
The Nissan Juke engine first hit the market in 2011. It all started back in 2009 when Nissan introduced the Juke as a concept car. Nissan made sure…
Nissan built the Maxima as its flagship car. The 1985 thru 1988 Maxima engine was a 3.0-liter V-6 engine and proved to be very durable. It was built…
The most popular Nissan Murano engine is the 3.5-liter V-6 DOHC. It produces 245 horsepower and it hums like a sewing machine. The Murano…
Nissan Pathfinder used engines are easy to purchase using ASAP motors as your resource. The earliest Pathfinder used a 2.4 liter 4-cylinder engine,…
Nissan Sentra owners who need a used engine, there is a great source of used Nissan Sentra motors. You don’t even have to waste gas and wear and tear…
When you need to find a used Nissan Truck engine assembly from a used auto parts supplier fast this is the place to get started. ASAP Motors is…
Nissan started building the Xterra in the year 2000 as a budget minded off-road SUV with a cheap 4-cylinder engine. The 2.4-liter Xterra engine was…
The Nissan Titan truck is unique in the fact that from 2003 through 2015 it is considered the first generation truck. All models of the Titan only…
Shortly after being established, Nissan was responsible for manufacturing Japan’s first-ever mass-produced vehicle. Its first vehicles to be sold in the U.S. — Datsun sedans — used four-cylinder engines with a maximum horsepower of 48.
Today, the popular Nissan Altima’s engine achieves more than 200 horsepower, while the Maxima’s reaches an impressive 300. Even the Leaf, Nissan’s best-selling electric car, is capable of nearly 150 horsepower.
Used Nissan Engine Frequently Asked Questions
Which Nissan engine is the best?
While the answer to this question is purely subjective depending on what features and abilities you’re looking for in a Nissan engine, there are a few that have proven to be particularly noteworthy.
Let’s start with the VQ, a six-cylinder engine that Business Insider hailed as a “masterpiece.” Then, there’s the VR, another six-cylinder that’s beloved by sports car enthusiasts (and anyone else who likes to drive fast).
What size are Nissan’s engines?
As we mentioned earlier, Nissan engines come in a variety of sizes. Here’s a sampling of their current options:
- HR: An I3 engine that can be found in the Versa Note
- MR: An I4 engine that can be found in the Sentra
- VR: A V6 engine that can be found in the GT-R
- VK: A V8 engine that can be found in the Armada
What gas mileage do Nissan cars get?
As with almost all car manufacturers, the gas mileage of Nissan cars varies widely by model. As of 2018, some of Nissan’s most fuel-efficient cars include the Leaf (city/highway 125/100 mpg), Rogue (city/highway 26/33 mpg) and Kicks (city/highway 31/36 mpg).
On the other hand, Nissan’s least fuel-efficient cars include the Frontier (city/highway 19/23 mpg) and the Titan (city/highway 15/21 mpg).
Popular Used Nissan Engines for Sale
Here are three of the most popular used Nissan engines for sale at ASAP Motors.
The compact-crossover SUV known as the Rogue first entered the market in 2007, and became Nissan’s best-selling vehicle in the United States shortly thereafter. The current Rogue’s engine is known for its superior fuel efficiency and comfort.
First available as a compact car in the 1990s, the Altima is now a mid-size car that’s popular with a wide array of drivers. It recently received a prestigious safety award, and has been praised for its engine’s fuel-efficiency and smooth ride. Plus, the option to upgrade to a sportier V6 engine doesn’t hurt, either.
The Sentra came onto the scene in the 1980s as a subcompact car, though it’s now only available as a generously sized compact car. The Sentra and its engine are usually best appreciated by commuters, who tend to enjoy its comfortable ride and composed handling.