Nissan vehicles have always been stylish, dependable, and high-performance automobiles, and the new lineup available at Team Nissan will have Lawrence residents awe-struck. We have tons of new vehicles for sale in NH! We are certain you will enjoy everything they have to offer, and if you want to find out personally what a new Nissan can do, come over to our dealership and take a test drive. Fill out our convenient online contact form to set up an appointment to come see us about your next automobile purchase.
If you are interested in thoroughly researching, or casually browsing all the information we have available on our new Nissan vehicles, you can do so from this website. Team Nissan is here to help everyone in the Lawrence afford a fantastic new or used vehicle. We look forward to working with you.
For a low interest car loan in the Lawrence area the Team Nissan finance team has you covered. By working with a large network of financial institutions we are able to provide you with a great low rate on your car loan, even if you have less than perfect credit. We make our customer’s dreams of owning a Nissan come true. If you would like to start the process of getting car loan right away, we suggest you start by submitting our secure finance application form. When we receive the application, we’ll look it over and one of our friendly staff will contact you as soon as possible.
To get your vehicle in the shop and back on the road in no time, just fill out our online service appointment form. At Team Nissan we offer professional car repair at our state-of-the-art service facility. Our car repair experts will diagnose your vehicles problem and make a repair as quickly as possible. Team Nissan also has a stocked inventory of genuine car parts to repair your car, truck or SUV. Our authentic parts will keep your vehicle running like new for many more miles to come.
Lawrence is a city in Essex County, Massachusetts. It and Salem are the county seats of Essex County. As such, it is home to a juvenile, district and superior court, as well as a regional office of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles. Lawrence was the residence of Robert Frost for his early school years; his first essays and poems were published in the Lawrence High School Bulletin. Lawrence was a great wool-processing center until that industry declined in the 1950s. Aside from the Merrimack River, other water features include the Spicket River, which flows into the Merrimack from Methuen, and the Shawsheen River, which forms the southeastern border of the city. The highest point in Lawrence is the top of Tower Hill in the northwest corner of the city, rising approximately 240 feet (73 m) above sea level. As of the census of 2000, there were 72,043 people, 24,463 households, and 16,903 families residing in the city. The median income for a household in the city was $25,983 (U.S. Average: $41,994), and the median income for a family was $29,809 (U.S. Average: $50,046). For more information, visit the official Lawrence website.