Insuring a Nissan Vehicle

Nissan is Japan’s second largest automaker by volume. There are 171 Nissan and 29 Infiniti dealerships in Canada. Nissan Canada has offices in Vancouver, British Columbia; Mississauga, Ontario; and Kirkland, Quebec. Their operations in Canada are mainly for marketing, sales and distribution. Nissan Canada employs 250 employees in Canada and over 170,000 worldwide.

Nissan Does Not Sell Auto Insurance

For auto insurance, you’re going to have to look somewhere else because Nissan does not offer coverage with their other services. However, there are lots of companies in Canada that provide protection for vehicles: Economical Auto Insurance, Royal & SunAlliance Insurance, Aviva Car Insurance, Coachman Insurance and the Alberta Motor Association to name a few.

Popular Nissan Models in Canada

Nissan Altima – A mid-sized car that is more powerful and larger than the Sentra.
Nissan Armada - A full-sized sport utility vehicle built in Canton, Mississippi.
Nissan Cube – A multi-purpose vehicle originally offered in Japan but now sold in Canada too.
Nissan LEAF – A hatchback electric car. “LEAF” stands for “Leading, Environmentally Friendly, Affordable, Family Car.”
Nissan Maxima – A full-sized car assembled in Smyrna, Tennessee.
Nissan Murano – A mid-sized crossover sport utility vehicle and Nissan’s lone crossover in the North America.
Nissan Pathfinder – A sport utility vehicle that competes against the Toyota 4Runner.
Nissan Quest – A minivan that started production in 1993. Nissan is currently selling their fourth generation of the Quest.
Nissan Sentra – A compact car selling for between $15,000 to $21,000 depending on the options you choose.
Nissan Versa – Another compact car produced by Nissan. In 2006, the Versa was introduced to Canadians.
Nissan Xterra – A compact sport utility vehicle introduced in 2000.
Nissan 370Z – A sports car in the truest sense. It is the successor of the Nissan 350Z.

Insurance Institute for Highway Safety

The Nissan LEAF and the Chevrolet Volt were recently chosen as winners of the “Top Safety Pick” award by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. These were the first tests of plug-in electric cars in North America. This shows that the safety guidelines of new electric and hybrid electric vehicles are comparable to gas-powered cars. In many ways electric vehicles are catching up or surpassing their gasoline counterparts in areas such as fuel economy, design, safety and emissions. These crash test evaluations checked for protection during rollover, front, side and rear crashes. To learn more visit the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety website.