Used Nissan for Sale in Tucson


Goliath Auto Sales brings you some of the biggest deals you’ll ever find on pre-owned Nissan cars, trucks, and SUVs, all in one convenient location. Of course, you don’t have to actually visit our showroom to get in on the action because we also make online shopping easy — from quick credit pre-approvals to get things started to local home delivery for a fantastic finishing touch. And we’ll treat you to the same award-winning customer service however you want to do your shopping. After all, it’s that kind of flexibility that’s helped us earn such high ratings in the first place. Benefits like those plus high-quality pre-owned Nissans make Goliath a great go-to choice for your car-buying needs!


Most of the used cars for sale in Tucson — Nissans included — can certainly help save you money. Consider: Just because of depreciation alone, the typical one-year-old vehicle can be priced about 20% under the cost of a brand-new edition with the exact same equipment. That difference can then exceed 60% when comparing a new car to a five-year-old model. It’s not always a matter of condition, either, since many pre-owned cars are still in great shape.

The thing is, shopping at Goliath Auto Sales can increase those savings even further. Our conveniently located Tucson showroom is technically located in Pima County and isn’t subject to the city’s sale tax of 2.6%. Now, that may not sound like a big advantage at first, but it can actually add up to hundreds of dollars when you’re purchasing a pre-owned car, truck, or SUV.

We also pride ourselves on our fair and transparent pricing. Although Goliath Auto Sales was founded in 2017, our management team has decades' worth of experience in the business and spends a significant amount of time researching our inventory to ensure each model is priced to meet both market conditions and more people’s budgets.

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Well known for providing “Intelligent Mobility,” pre-owned Nissans are well equipped with the kind of amenities that today’s owners are looking for. For example, advanced driver-assistance systems are on nearly everyone’s most-wanted list, and used Nissan models can answer the call with innovative Safety Shield technology. The brand can also more than meet your infotainment needs and satisfy your longing for luxury, too. With benefits like those, pre-owned Nissans can definitely stand out from the other used cars for sale in Tucson. (Please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Semi-autonomous driving may be the wave of the future for other brands, but it’s already here in used Nissan models with ProPILOT Assist. This smart tech can handle many routine vehicle functions on a growing number of roadways (while the driver remains alert and ready to take over as needed).
  • Nissan can further safeguard your travels with technology like front/rear automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, blind-spot monitoring, surround-view camera systems, driver attention monitors, predictive forward collision warning, and more.
  • Take to the road and take your world with you in used Nissans with WiFi compatibility, wireless charging, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, full-color navigation, and large touchscreens.
  • Lavish luxury is close at hand when you drive a pre-owned Nissan SUV, truck, or car with quilted semi-aniline leather heated/ventilated seats, heated leather steering wheels, dual-pane panoramic sunroofs, signature LED lighting, high-tech head-up displays, Bose audio, and ultra-convenient hands-free access.
  • Nissan’s electrified powertrains are drawing more and more buzz from local drivers as well.


As a full-line automaker, Nissan is well represented among the used cars for sale in Tucson. In fact, you can find the Nissan badge on high-capability SUVs, high-strength trucks, high-performance sports cars, and many more high-quality choices. There are actually so many different Nissan models, most dealers are hard-pressed to keep them all on their lots. With that in mind, Goliath Auto Sales stocks its inventory with the used Nissans that are most popular in Tucson, plus our expert car finders can track down just about any other model if it’s not on our lot when you visit.

  • Strong and stylish, trucks like the Nissan Frontier, TITAN, and upsized TITAN XD combine robust functionality with satisfying features for an ownership experience you won’t forget.
  • The Nissan Armada (and certain older Pathfinders) are true body-on-frame SUVs that can take on heavy trailers, rugged trails, and casual cruising alike. These machines can also be as comfortable as they are capable!
  • Sporty utility is on full display in the rest of the brand’s SUV lineup, which is led by the Rogue, Rogue Sport, Murano, Kicks, and Pathfinder. It’s like there’s a Nissan SUV for nearly everyone. Want more exclusivity? Look for niche Nissan SUVs like the distinctive Juke and the convertible Murano CrossCabriolet.
  • Quench your thirst for thrills in the Nissan GT-R, an all-wheel-drive supercar that goes by the name of “Godzilla” because of its fire-breathing performance. Opt for the Nissan Z cars, in coupe or convertible layouts, and enjoy muscular performance that makes every day feel like track day.
  • The Nissan LEAF is one of the leading used EVs for sale in Tucson, backed by a practical all-electric driving range of up to 226 miles on a single charge.
  • Cars like the Nissan Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima can be satisfying alternatives to the brand's used cars and trucks.
  • For additional functionality, the Nissan Quest minivan, the NV200 city van, and the NV family of full-size vans are at your service for people, packages, cargo, and more.


The Nissan name came into being when its founder — Yoshisuke Aikawa — needed to list his original company — Nihon Sangyo — on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in 1933. Nissan wasn’t an automaker at the time, though. It actually dealt mostly with foundries and automobile parts. Also, when the company decided to start selling its own cars, it did so under the Datsun moniker. “Datsun” has its own convoluted history, but it basically honors the DAT vehicles of the 1910s, which were produced by a precursor to Nissan.

It was as Datsun that the company began exporting cars to the United States, starting with the ????. The 1970s saw Datsun’s sales expand with its popular compact truck, the original Z sports cars, and the B210 family of compacts. With the 1980s came Nissan’s first U.S. assembly plant, and it was only after that, in 1986, that the company began using its own name as its primary auto brand. Nissan moved to meet customer demand with new trucks — the Frontier and TITAN — in the 1990s and 2000s, and the Nissan Leaf launched the EV revolution to open the 2010s. Who knows what the future will bring for this impressive brand?

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