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Where is Nissan North America Corporate office Headquarters

Nissan North America Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1 Nissan Way, Franklin, TN 37067, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 615-725-1000
  • Fax Number: 615-725-8535
  • Email: nissanownerservices@nissan-usa.com
  • Number of Employees: N/A
  • Established: 1960
  • Founder: Yutaka Katayama
  • Key People: Nobao Araki, Carlos Servin

Nissan North America Headquarters Location & Directions

Nissan North America Headquarters Executive Team



Nobao Araki

Chief Executive Officer and President

Carlos Servin

Senior Vice President of Finance

Anne Corrao

Director of Nissan and Chief Marketing Manager

Hiroki Hasegawa

North American Regional Purchasing Head for RNPO and Vice President of Purchasing

Dave Mazur

Chief Customer Officer and Vice President of Customer Quality & Market Intelligence

Bob Welby

Chief Marketing Manager of Infiniti USA and Director of Infiniti USA

Takeshi Yamaguchi

Senior Vice President of R&D Americas

About Nissan North America, History and Headquarters Information

Nissan North America was founded in the year 1933. The company has been active for almost 85 years now. The founders of the company were Masujiro Hashimoto, Kenjiro Den, Rokuro Aoyama, Meitaro Takeuchi, Yoshisuke Aikawa and William R Gorham. Since the year 1999, the company has been part of the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance, a partnership between Nissan of Japan, Mitsubishi Motors of Japan and Renault of France. In the year 2013, the company was the sixth-largest automaker in the world. Then in the year 2014, the company was the largest car manufacturer in North America. The company is also currently the world's largest electric vehicle manufacturer as well, as of the year 2018. The headquarters of the company is based on 1 Nissan Way. the name of the place is Franklin, while the name of the state is Tennesse, USA. The pin code is 37067.

Nissan North America is a Japanese company that focuses on providing various kinds of cars and automobiles for its customers in the USA. The current CEO and president of the company is Hiroto Saikawa. As of the year 2016, the total production output of the company is more than 5.5 million per year. As of the year 2017, the total revenue generated by the company is more than 12 trillion Yen. Also, the number of employees working in the company, as of the year 2017, is more than 138000.

The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers to have a retail presence in to purchase various kinds of cars and automobiles, that are designed and manufactured by the company itself. The company also manufactures luxury vehicles, commercial vehicles, outboard motors, forklift trucks, etcetera.

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  • Jerica Cann says:

    I bought a brand new 2022 Nissan Pathfinder, why? For safety! Well it’s been anything but safe. Once again my airbags aren’t working. I have had nothing but trouble with this car since I bought it. It’s honestly been a nightmare having to worry about my childrens safety, especially in a new car. Of course their is “always a solution” every time I take it in to the dealership, but why when I leave it always happens again. This isn’t the worst of it. I just know I’m gonna have this car breakdown on me sooner than later and I’m
    Gonna be stuck.

  • Thomas E Shalda says:

    Well I see Nissan is promoting driving there new trucks up a river. Really that is one dumb ass move on your advertising department.

  • Sadie says:

    IRT: “Mondays/The Modern Boss” commercial

    Pre-Nissan, I owned a Datsun truck and drove it for 18 years. Based on your advertising, I have no intention of repeating that purchase, as it appears that your management has no intention of supporting your workforce or your product.

    This commercial portrays your customer, ‘the modern boss’, as arrogant, condescending, insulting, and dismissive of the workers she purportedly ‘manages’. That certainly seems to indicate a management structure that has no interest in either employees or the final product. I’m entirely unlikely to consider a Nissan purchase, as I’ve not heard much of anything that contradicts that impression.

    Who on earth told you that this commercial would present your company and product in a positive light? I don’t know what has been going on in your company, but around here, being the boss means being the first person in the office & the last person out, because you are the person who has to make decisions and solve problems.

    You were a good company, once.

  • Veronica Doyle, Oct. 18, 2019 says:

    I bought my Nissan 5 speed hardbody pickup in 1986 and have 313,600 miles on it. Never had any major problems with it. Just last week the fuel pump went and we have decided to scrap it since at my husbands age of 77 it will be too difficult for him to fix. We are only on or second clutch. This pickup saw many states and hauled wood and towed a boat. Thank you Nissan for 33 happy years. Veronica Doyle, Oct. 18, 2019

  • Allen Belgarde says:

    We got 2015 nissan rouge and these vechiles have a small motor and transmission. The rogue is a gas hog i got 9 miles to gallon then I called your headquarters inTN to complain they are rude cause i said that you need to recall all your worthless rouges cause of a 4 cylinder motor that is worthless with no power in before your as nissan made the 4 cylinder motor and transmission even worthless than before but after reading the complaints by the other customer we should file a class action civil lawsuit against the nissan corporation plus your company does not know how to build suvs, cars and trucks.
    Allen Belgarde

  • Debra Carter says:

    I have a 2017 pathfinder. While returning home last weekend June 16 my indicator light came on. Pulled over and read manual. Got off at next exit and called tow truck to take to dealership. Since Sunday had to do on Monday. Found out all the fuel injectors were bad. Had to get rental car and drive to Atlanta. Car with only 26,000 miles on it. Not a happy camper right now.

  • Eliseo LOpez says:

    I have a Nissan Sentra from the 92 which works very well in the morning and when the heat until well hot stops cooling.That will b

  • Eliseo LOpez says:

    tengo un nissan sentra del 92 que por la mañana trabaja muy bien y cuando el calor hasta bien caliente deja de enfriar. Que sera

  • joe frerker says:

    I have 2004 Nissan quest van with radio which sputters and quits every other week and then plays great again, a recall I heard from a dealer checking. ihave owned since new.

  • nickaylynn barner says:

    Hello, my name is Nickaylynn barner. I bought a 2015 nissan versa brand new in Feb. of 2015. I have maintained service on my vehicle, per the owners manual and now my transmission has internal transmission failure. I have all of my car records and my most recent service was a front brake job, brake fluid exchange and a battery about a month ago. I specifically bought this car because of the reputation that precedes Nissan for affordability and reliability. I have invested hundreds of dollars Into this car and wish to continue driving this car. I took my car to Barker Nissan near my home on 290 in Houston, Texas and they have quoted me over $4,000 for a part that should not have gone out in the first place. I am at approximately 76,850 miles. I do not have an extended warranty. However, I have taken my car to 2 outside places and all the shops have said that this is a common problems with Nissan lately as with CVT transmissions. One shop where I took my car to have a second opinion done, Honesty Auto Care on Highway 6, also had a Nissan Sentra in the shop at the same time with the same exact problem. I have also went online and researched and see that this is a common problem all over from other people where they have had transmission failure even at 32, 000 miles and there are multiple lawsuits for this. My car stopped on me twice in the middle of the freeway and I was almost hit and killed because although the car was still on, the transmission just went into limp mode and I had to have triple A come and tow me from off the freeway. I am now in a rental car due to my car being inoperable and unsafe to drive. I would like to resolve this issue amicably and get this taken care of ASAP with the assistance of Nissan so that I can get back on the road as quickly as possible. This was not a user error as to why my transmission has failed and I should not be liable to repair a faulty transmission. Could you please advise on how Nissan would like to proceed and remedy this situation.

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