Cerritos Nissan is
an award winning Nissan Dealership located in the world's largest auto
square, the Cerritos Auto Square. Conveniently
located off the 605 Freeway and the South Street exit, Cerritos Nissan
is one of the top Nissan dealerships in the U.S. in Sales, Parts and
Service. In addition, Cerritos Nissan has one of the few on-site
Collision Centers in Southern California. Cerritos Nissan also has a
fully-staffed Internet Department to assist consumers wishing to
purchase their next vehicle over the Internet. With its multi-lingual
staff, Cerritos Nissan is here to serve all of Southern California.
Stop by today or call to set up an appointment and test drive. Cerritos
Nissan, it's just that simple. Read what Cerritos Nissan customers have to say about the service at Cerritos Nissan of Orange County.
The community of Cerritos was named after the original Spanish land grant Rancho Los Cerritos.
The community was dominated by dairy farming until 1963, when local laws were changed to permit construction of houses on lots of less than five acres. The name was changed from Dairy Valley to Cerritos four years later, and the community grew quickly.
During 1979, the Cerritos Redevelopment Agency worked on the improvement of Studebaker Road, and in October S & J Chevrolet broke ground for the first auto dealership in the Cerritos auto mall, directly west of the 605 Freeway, between 183rd and South streets. In 1988, the Los Cerritos Redevelopment Agency purchased the 8.5 acres from the General Telephone Company and spent $1.2 million for road improvements, landscaped medians and parkways, rocky waterfalls, and decorative street lights. The site was soon the new home of Moothart Chrysler-Plymouth and Victory Pontiac-GMC. Eventually it would be joined by other dealerships in buildings that featured a distinctive "New Orleans" style. Cerritos Nissan opened as Moon Nissan in 1979 and changed names in 2001.
Auto Square, the world's largest with 27 dealerships, provides the City
with approximately $10 million a year in sales tax, and is the single
largest source of revenue for Cerritos. In 2005, the Auto Square sold
52,856 automobiles, totaling over $1.2 billion in sales.