#nissan auto parts
Today it’s one of the “big three” Japanese carmakers and a driving force in US auto sales. Which means there are a tremendous number of vehicles in America that need high-quality auto components for maintenance and repair. CPD’s online Nissan parts warehouse is more than ready to meet that challenge, and stocks a wide variety of aftermarket and OEM components. Genuine OEM typically costs a fortune from your local dealership, but our discount warehouse can get you the same OEM pieces or a high-quality aftermarket reproductions that will work just as well. In fact, many of our replacement aftermarket Nissan parts are made in the same factory as the original equipment bits, but since the item isn’t stamped with the licensed logo or name, you get original equipment quality at a huge discount.
Whether you need aftermarket or OEM parts online, you can be confident ordering from CPD because we don’t use suppliers who sell worn-out, used junk. What might seem like a great deal at first will only haunt you later, leaving you or a loved one stranded on the side of the road at the most inopportune time.
Professional repair shops and garages are particularly fond of CPD’s online service – not just do-it-yourself mechanics. The cost of replacement equipment is a large percentage of a professional shop estimate. If the OEM or aftermarket Nissan parts from CPD are significantly cheaper, it means the shop can provide a highly competitive quote – which helps get the job. That helps the service garage get more business and helps the customer, who gets his or her car or truck repaired quickly and back on the road for less! It’s all about more value for less money at CPD.
History of Nissan
Though the company name was first used in the 1930s as a stock market abbreviation for Nippon Sangyo, the company has been making car parts since 1914 under the names DAT, Kwaishina Motorcar Co. DAT Motorcar Co. Datson and Datsun until 1982, at which time the company name was changed back to Nissan to honor its colorful history.
DAT originally manufactured Nissan parts for the Japanese military, until weak demand forced the company to merge with Jitsuyo Motors and release its first compact car – the Datson. Datson literally meant “son of DAT”, but the name was changed to Datsun a few years later. Over the years Nissan Motors has been owned by Nippon Sangyo and Hitachi, and has partnered with Mitsubishi, Ford, Renault, Prince Motor Company (who we can thank for the Skyline model) and Austin of England. From President Yoshisuke Aikawa to Kubota engineer William R. Gorham to turnaround-legend CEO Carlos Ghosn, diversity of leadership and investment has rewarded the Nissan Motor Corporation with a reputation for superlative engines and technologically-advancements.