At the Callahan Motor Company, we know people have high expectations for the used cars for sale in Phoenix, along with equally high expectations for the dealership professionals who serve them. Well, all that comes together in Callahan’s impressive collection of pre-owned Nissan models, which include trucks, SUVs, sedans, sports cars, vans, and more. In fact, there’s a used Nissan out there to fit nearly anyone’s needs and budget, and we can help find it. We’ll also make the purchase process quick and easy with our no-hassle, no-haggle business model, plus easy financing and superior customer service. So come to Callahan and drive your dream today.
First and foremost, purchasing a used Nissan from the Callahan Motor Company can save you thousands of dollars compared to buying a similarly equipped new model. That’s because, like most of the used cars for sale in Fort Worth, pre-owned Nissans are subject to some serious depreciation. Indeed, the average new car starts depreciating pretty much as soon as the sales agreement is signed. A one-year-old car is then likely to have lost about 20% of its value, while after five years go by, many vehicles have depreciated by 60% or more. At this point, a new car that cost $40,000 when new would only have a value of about $16,000 — and it would be priced accordingly in the pre-owned marketplace.
The same kind of math is often reflected in price reductions for auto insurance, too. Simply put, it’s less expensive to insure a $16,000 vehicle than one worth $40,000. And these are savings you’ll see every time you have to pay your insurance premiums.
It’s also important to remember that depreciation takes its toll even on used vehicles that are still in great shape. In other words, you don’t have to sacrifice quality when you save money on a pre-owned car or truck.
Drivers of a certain age will remember Datsun for its iconic 240Z sports cars, compact pickups, and affordable small cars, all of which helped the brand establish a foothold in this country during the 1970s. Then, in the 1980s, Nissan went on to begin building its cars in the United States as well, and finally, in 1986, it began using its corporate name as its mainstream auto brand — including on today’s terrific models!