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How Much Is My Old Nissan Car Worth?

That old junk car cluttering your driveway, lawn or garage certainly isn’t doing you any good. It’s a waste of space, an eyesore, and it’s probably making your neighbors mad. Our service, RemoveMyClunker, is an easy way to get rid of it in exchange for cash.

While most junk car services will charge you to pick up a clunker, we’ll pay you anywhere from about $175 to $400 or more to haul it away, depending on factors such as age, condition, model and mileage. Use our online tool to get a free price quote without providing any personal information. If you’re happy with the price, share your information and we’ll arrange a pickup time, usually within a day. Payments are made on the spot by cash or check -- whichever you prefer.

About the Nissan brand

The Nissan Motor Co. can trace its roots back to 1911, when the company had a name much more difficult to pronounce: Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works. The Japanese company’s first car, called the DAT, was produced in 1914. In 1925, the company official renamed itself the DAT Motor Co. Then, in 1934, DAT merged with a company called Jitsuyo Autombile Co. to form Nissan Motors.

If the DAT name sounds familiar, you’re probably thinking of one of Nissan’s most famous car lines, the Datsun. The line of small cars debuted in 1931, arrived in the United States in the late 1950s, and thrived in here in the 1970s and early 80s. The cars became known for their reliability, fuel efficiency and low price. These were some of the first Japanese vehicles that Americans actually wanted to buy, paving the way for other foreign brands to succeed in the U.S. market in later years.

In 1984, the company decided to rebrand Datsuns under the parent name Nissan, which marked the birth of Nissans as we know them today. Legend has it that Datsun sounded too much like the Japanese phrase for losing money. The brand developed a more expansive line of vehicles, including larger sedans, trucks and SUVs, and it has continued to grow and thrive in major markets ever since.

In 2014, Nissan reprised the Datsun name, but only in emerging markets. The Datsun name is now used to sell Nissan’s lowest-priced vehicles in Russia, India and Indonesia. In the U.S., Japan and other large markets, Nissan will remain.

How Do I Know if My Old Nissan Should Be Junked?

Despite Nissan’s reputation for quality and reliability, every car has a limited lifespan. Many of the later-model Datsuns and earlier-model Nissans still sitting around have major mechanical failure, rusted out bodies and little value. There’s no precise formula to tell whether your car is a junker, but generally when the body is in poor condition and the car is not drivable, the car is a good fit for the junkyard.

However, it’s important to note that some Datsuns are now considered classics. If your car is good shape, we recommend doing some research to find out what it’s worth before contacting us. We’re not in the business of junking collectible items, and we want you to get the best price possible for your vehicle.

Nissan models we commonly purchase include the 240XS, 300ZX, Altima, Axxess, D21 trucks, Honeybee, Maxima, Micra, Multivan, NX, Pathfinder, Pulsar, Quest, Sentra and Stanza. But this is not a comprehensive list, so be sure to check if your model is eligible using our online quote tool.

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