Scrap My Nissan

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Thinking of scrapping your Nissan car? You’re in the right place!

Get the best scrap yards in your area to bid for your Nissan ensuring you get a fast and reliable scrap service.

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We scrap all kinds of Nissan vehicles

βœ… Non starters

βœ… MOT failures

βœ… Insurance write offs

βœ… Damaged vehicles

βœ… Petrol and diesel models

βœ… Uneconomical cars

βœ… Missing paperwork

βœ… Breakdowns

βœ… SORN vehicles

βœ… Nissan imports

Despite Nissan being a highly regarded Japanese brand with good reliability, eventually running and maintenance costs can outweigh the vehicle’s worth. But the good news is we scrap based on car weight rather than mechanical issues – ensuring you a fair and transparent price every time.

Get your scrap price online

number one iconStep One: Tell us about the car

Go to the top of the page and fill in your Nissan’s registration plate and postcode. We’ll get your vehicle weight and find the best scrap yards near you who will bid for your vehicle.

number 2 iconStep Two: Accept an Offer

Accept the best offer we’ve been able to find for you. It’s a no obligation way of letting us know you’re happy with how we’ve priced your vehicle.

number 3 iconStep Three: Collection and Payment

Our team will help arrange collection of your Nissan at a convenient time. You’ll get the price we originally quoted on the day of collection via secure bank transfer.

Alternatively you can phone our dedicated customer support team 7 days week

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Get your Nissan car scrapped with us

Blue coloured 2007 Nissan Micra parked on the road

This 2007 Nissan Micra worked diligently since the owner bought it as new. Unfortunately, like any car that’s last 15+ years the costs do start mounting.

Though they were sad to see the car go, we made sure they had a quick and efficient experience at a price they thought was fair.

How we price your Nissan model

When you get a quote with us we’ll use your registration plate to find all of the relevant details; model, year manufactured, weight, MOT status, estimated mileage. This gives us a good idea of whether your car needs to be scrapped or could be salvaged. If your Nissan is deemed necessary to be scrapped then we’ll check prices from the best scrap yards in your area. They’ll bid for your car based on its weight rather than condition, mileage or existing faults.

In a lot of cases we are able to salvage your car which gives you a bigger cash payment than simply scrapping it. Salvaging means finding a buyer from your car from across the UK who will either attempt to fix it or strip it for parts. Whereas scrap prices are based on your vehicle’s weight, salvage prices are based on overall condition, mileage, any existing damage and ease of repair. We accept:

Did you know: Nissan lead the way for EVs

Nissan’s LEAF was the first every fully-electric car to be mass produced and sold to the public. Toyota’s Prius might have forged ahead of other hybrids, and Tesla may be the brand name in EVs these days, but Nissan is where it really began.

Nissan scrap trends

Known for a mixing speed and power with family-friendly convenience across their range, Nissan is a brand that conjures up images of strength and reliability. However, things can, and do, go wrong and Scrap Car Comparison is here when it does. Here’s some interesting themes we’ve seen from scrapping thousands of Nissan cars…

Most scrapped models: We mostly saw the Micra (28% of all scrapped models), Nissan’s popular hatchback model which has gone through many facelifts over the years. We see a lot of Qashqai models too (24%), one of the brand’s SUV models. The Note (9%), another popular Nissan hatchback, is also seen prominently.

Most scrapped year: Our most scrapped years are 2005, 2006, 2004 and then 2007. This suggests that Nissan does have better than average reliability as most cars scrapped last year were originally registered in 2007.

Most scrapped locations: Popular areas where there’s a high concentration of Nissan drivers are Lancashire, the West Midlands, London and Essex.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Can I scrap my Nissan car?

Yes you can scrap your car with us and we’ll compare offers to ensure you get the best price for your Nissan. We scrap all kinds of Nissan models from the popular models all the way through to rarities and imports. Simply go to the top of the page and provide your vehicle’s registration plate and your postcode, we’ll do the rest.

What affects my Nissan scrap value?

There are a number of factors that contribute to the scrap value of a Nissan vehicle. Predominantly, the weight will determine its value, however other factors, such as the age of the vehicle, its overall condition and model can also impact the car’s scrap value.

Can I scrap my Nissan EV?

Of course! We deal with vehicles of all powertrains, whether Internal Combustion Engine (ICE), hybrid, petrol-hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV) or pure battery EVs. With Nissan a leader in the electric vehicle market, we’re expecting to see many more over the coming years. The process begins in the exact same way, so simply put your details into our generator at the top of this page and we’ll do the rest.

My Nissan is too good to scrap – what now?

If you think your Nissan car may be too good to scrap, we can still take it off your hands hassle free. We’ve teamed up with a network of trusted salvage buyers who will buy your Nissan to reuse its working parts. Our dedicated customer support team will arrange for the vehicle to be picked up directly from your driveway or local garage.

If you’re planning to scrap your Nissan, use our Scrap Car Comparison calculator today, or get in touch to speak to a member of our team.

Call our team on 03333 44 99 50 or simply fill in our instant online quote form.
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