Used Nissan for Sale in Madison, AL


Rowe Motorcars is one local dealership that also earns customers from a long way away. After all, our notable Nissan models aren’t just some of the best used cars for sale in Madison — they’re also among the smartest buys for folks from as far as Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, and elsewhere. And our great selection of used cars is perfectly matched by our friendly and honest sales team that will treat you with the respect you deserve when making a big investment like buying a car.

Are you interested in selling a car? We’ll give you top dollar for your used car or truck even if you don’t make a purchase from us.


Rowe Motorcars makes it easy and enjoyable to buy a used car, starting with an appointment-only business model so you get personalized attention from our honest and friendly sales staff. Our clean and convenient facility is entirely indoors, too, so it’s easy to get a good deal even in bad weather.

Our hassle-free shopping process is further supported by our smart finance solutions that include options from both our strong network of lenders and our own in-house credit specialists.

Needless to say, we also offer some of the top used cars for sale in Madison, highlighted by our impressive selection of used Nissans. Each one undergoes multiple inspections to ensure it’s up to our high standards, although we don’t expect you to take our word for it. Instead, we provide free Carfax reports with important information about a vehicle’s history. These handy resources come from a trusted third party and can let you know if a used car has been in an accident, if it’s been serviced on a regular basis, how many owners it’s had, and more.

For the ultimate in convenience, ask us about our free special delivery program that can bring your used Nissan — or other model — right to your door.

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The Nissan brand is all about intelligent mobility, which is obvious even when you look at its used SUVs, trucks, and cars. Matching some of the most sophisticated used cars for sale in Madison, these machines can help you stay out of harm’s way with high-tech safety equipment, help you stay connected with high-end infotainment resources, and pamper you with high-class luxury. (However, please note that exact equipment can vary by model and model year.)

  • Take stress-free driving to the next level with remarkable ProPILOT Assist technology that can automatically handle a variety of routine vehicle functions on a growing number of roads and highways — just remember always to remain alert and ready to take over as needed.
  • 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 rear cross-traffic alert are among the additional Nissan technologies supplying advanced driver assistance for customers.
  • For the digital convenience you demand in a modern vehicle, Nissan can supply WiFi compatibility, wireless charging, wireless Android Auto/Apple CarPlay, Bluetooth, full-color navigation, and large touchscreens.
  • If you’re yearning for upscale comfort in a used Nissan, you can look for models 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 is a long-time leader in vehicle electrification and continues to offer some of the most practical used EVs in Madison and all of north Alabama.


The used SUVs for sale in Madison, as well as the area’s used trucks, are definitely in high demand right now. So we try to stock our inventory with rugged and versatile used Nissans that will fit the bill even for our pickiest customers. On the other hand, with so many Nissan models available, it’s hard to keep them all on our lot at the same time. That means just because you don’t see a specific model on hand doesn’t mean we can’t track one down for you. In fact, we’re experts at doing just that.

  • For more and more — and more — capability, check out the Nissan Frontier, TITAN, and TITAN XD trucks. These bold machines are ready to stand up to your biggest challenges, whether you’re hard at work or having fun.
  • Not all brands offer robust body-on-frame SUVs nowadays, but Nissan still does. The full-size Nissan Armada, and some old-school Pathfinders, both ride on high-strength truck-style setups for mighty trailer ratings and revved-up off-road performance.
  • Of course, Nissan also showcases its share of modern-type SUVs with dynamic designs, athletic versatility, and many of the brand’s most-wanted features. Highlights include the Nissan Rogue, Rogue Sport, Murano, Kicks, and Pathfinder, along with older niche models like the convertible Murano CrossCabriolet and unmistakable Juke that looks like nothing else on the road.
  • The Nissan GT-R is a high-powered supercar that puts track-friendly performance — with the ability to blast from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.0 seconds — into a street-legal package.
  • You’ll be ready to run with the supercars in the stunning Nissan GT-R that can fly to 60 mph in as few as 3.0 seconds.
  • Don’t sleep on the Nissan Zs, either. They’re iconic sports cars with muscular motors, rear-wheel drive, and your choice of coupe or convertible body styles.
  • The Nissan LEAF is a barrier-breaking EV that lets you enjoy the all-electric lifestyle without breaking the bank.
  • The Nissan Versa, Sentra, Altima, and Maxima are compelling alternatives for car lovers who may not want a used truck or SUV.


Nissan has definitely made a name for itself in today’s auto industry, but it used an entirely different name to get started in the business. As drivers of a certain age may remember, Nissan began selling its cars under the Datsun brand. “Nissan” was originally just the Tokyo stock-exchange listing for a large business conglomerate with a small car-marking division. Datsun began to grow, however, first exporting its cars to the United States in the 1950s and then seeing significant success with its small vehicles during the oil crisis of the 1970s.

Models like compact Datsun trucks, the original Z sports cars, and the B210 family of compact cars helped establish a strong foothold in the country, and the company built on that momentum by opening its first U.S. assembly plants in the 1980s. The thing is, the Datsun name was threatening to overtake the Nissan corporate identity at the time. The company decided to phase out the Datsun name as a result. Nissan nowadays is among the best-known automakers in the world.

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