Nissan Tires By Vehicle Model

Choose your Nissan vehicle from the list below to check your tire size and find a great tire based on your budget and needs.

  • 370Z
  • Altima
  • GT-R
  • Kicks
  • Leaf
  • Maxima
  • Murano
  • Sentra
  • Titan
  • Versa

The History Of Nissan

The proud and strong Japanese automotive giant, Nissan, officially started on July 1st, 1911 when Masuyiro Hashimoto founded the Kaishinsha Motor Car Works company. Three years later in 1914, the company would produce its first car that was named the DAT. The name came from an idea to create an acronym out of the company’s investors’ surnames. Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama, and Meitaro Takeuchi had their first car and the story of Nissan had officially begun.

In 1918 the company changed its name to the Kaishinsha Motor Company and produced the first Japanese trucks, named DAT trucks. These were even used by the Japanese military. The company also produced small utility trucks with imported parts from the United States that were the first of their kind. While the company did still produce their signature DAT and Datsun passenger vehicles, there simply wasn’t a large market for them in Japan, so the company decided to focus solely on the trucks.

But they hadn’t given up on the DAT and Datsun. There was still a vision for the vehicles that spanned far into the future.

After a few more name changes and having the company change hands to the Japanese holding company Nihon Sangyo in 1928, the Nissan Motor Company was officially organized in 1934. In 1937, Nissan began to assemble larger vehicles under its brand, including passenger cars, buses, and trucks. The future was bright for the company and it was only getting started on making an impression on the automotive market. Soon, the entire world would know the names Nissan and Datsun.

In 1967, Nissan made automotive history when the company developed its own engine. The Nissan L engine was a highly advanced 4-cylinder overhead cam that they showcased in their brand-new Datsun 510. This combination bolstered Nissan’s name and reputation on the market. Two years later, with the release of another new engine – this time a 6-cylinder version of the Nissan L engine – Nissan had officially established itself as a world-wide automotive power. They showcased this engine in the gorgeous 1969 Datsun 240z sports car outfitted with Toyo or Bridgestone tires at the time. The Z gained critical acclaim and leading to many accolades and sales success.

In the wake of the 1973 Oil Crisis, the need for Nissan automobiles had never been higher. Nissan was a high-quality small economy car that in a market that was desperately suffering from a lack of natural resources. This was proof that Nissan had built a product that could withstand a potential crash of the automotive market. Nissan was able to create something that people not only wanted but also needed.

Today, Nissan is one of the most reliable and safest options available for customers in the market for a new car that looks luxurious without paying luxury prices. Even with the stylish new looks that the company has adopted for its cars, the Nissan line still has some of the best small economy cars on the market, as well as other larger vehicle options that follow the same exemplary standard.