When comparing the Buick brand to the Nissan brand, Buick has the advantage in the areas of used car pricing, depreciation, horsepower, overall quality, safety and retained value. Nissan has the advantage in the areas of fuel efficiency, towing capacity, reliability and variety of models offered.
Buick versus Nissan: Pricing and Value
Analyzing Buick versus Nissan pricing, we see lower new vehicle starting prices for both Buick and Nissan in 3 out of 6 vehicle comparisons. In contrast, Nissan has lower used vehicle starting prices in 4 out of 6 vehicle comparisons. Nissan models depreciate at a lower (better) rate in 6 out of 6 comparisons.
Buick versus Nissan: Horsepower, Fuel Efficiency and Towing Capacity
Buick vehicles offer higher maximum horsepower numbers in their base trim in 4 out of 6 model comparisons, with Nissan offering more horsepower in 2 comparisons. Nissan offers higher MPG for its vehicles in their base trim in 3 out of 4 comparisons. Nissan offers a greater towing capacity in 1 out of 1 comparisons.
Buick versus Nissan: Quality, Reliability, Safety, and Value Retention Ratings
A comparison of Buick versus Nissan overall quality ratings shows Buick with higher quality ratings in 2 out of 3 model comparisons. In terms of reliability ratings, Nissan has the advantage in 2 out of 3 comparisons. Buick has better safety ratings in 5 out of 6 comparisons. Buick shows higher ratings for retained value in 5 out of 6 comparisons.
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Buick offers only 4 SUVs. In comparison, Nissan offers 7 SUVs, 4 sedans, 2 coupes, and 1 hatchback.
Buick offers 4 gasoline vehicles. Nissan offers 15 gasoline vehicles and 2 electric vehicles.
Buick offers 3 all-wheel-drive models and 4 front-wheel-drive models. Nissan offers 7 all-wheel-drive models, 11 front-wheel-drive models, and 1 rear-wheel-drive model.