Anderson, SC

Near Quality Nissan of Greenwood

Quality Nissan of Greenwood serves Anderson, SC, and the Upstate by providing a great selection of new and pre-owned Nissan models, including service, repairs, parts and finance options. If you are searching for a dealership that will provide you with Quality automotive service at the best price, then look no further than Quality Nissan of Greenwood!

About Anderson, SC


About Quality Nissan of Greenwood
Serving Anderson, SC

At our dealership, we are dedicated to providing our customers with top-tier automotive service. When you shop at Quality Nissan of Greenwood, you'll discover conveniences such as:
  • New state-of-the-art facility
  • Free Wi-Fi and coffee in the customer lounge and showroom
  • Largest Nissan dealership in the Greenwood area and conveniently located in downtown
  • Climate-controlled service write-up and valet parking
  • Friendly, knowledgeable staff devoted to your satisfaction
  • Only Greenwood dealership to be AAA-certified for sales, service and collision repair
  • Service shuttle available

At Quality Nissan of Greenwood, we are committed to exceeding your expectations before, during and after the sale. Our excellent sales staff is dedicated to making your buying experience both easy and enjoyable. We even offer a $100 bonus for customer referrals! If you're in need of vehicle service, you can conveniently schedule an appointment online. We offer free Wi-Fi and coffee in the customer lounge and showroom, a flat-screen TV in the waiting area, shuttle service and more! Be sure to check out our service specials often so you don't miss out on savings.

Traveling To Quality Nissan of Greenwood
From Anderson, SC

Traveling to Greenwood from Anderson, SC, it will take you less than an hour to get to Quality Nissan of Greenwood. From downtown Anderson, begin your journey heading south on S Main St toward W River St/US-76/US-178 E. Then, take the first left onto E River St/US-76/US-178. From here, take a slight right onto SC-252 and follow it for about 12 miles. Next, turn right onto US-178 E/Church St and continue for about 15 miles. Turn left onto SC-185 S/US-178 E/Moorefield St and then take your first right onto Hwy 25 S/US-178 E/US-25 S/Driftwood Dr. In six miles, continue onto Montague Ave and you'll find us on your right!
Located strategically in the Palmetto State, Anderson boasts a lovely climate and geography complete with nearby lakes and plenty of recreation. According to the 2010 census, Anderson County holds a population of 187,126 residents. Founded on December 20, 1826, Anderson was named after the Revolutionary War hero Robert Anderson, who helped settle the land in the area with Andrew Pickens, a South Carolina legend. Besides its rich history, which includes Amelia Earhart, who flew her Pitcairn PCA-2 Autogryo into Anderson back in 1931, the city lays claim to a successful economy. With a strong emphasis in manufacturing, approximately 230 manufacturers and 22 international companies (including automotive suppliers for BMW) call Anderson home, making up a large portion of Anderson's thriving business climate. Anderson, SC, has also been recognized as an "All-American City" by the National Civic League, due in part to its friendly atmosphere and comfortable quality of life.

Main Attractions

Anderson, SC, is a bastion of culture with a variety of shopping, museums and entertainment for both visitors and locals alike to enjoy.

Main Attractions Near Anderson, SC
  • South Carolina Botanical Garden
  • Hardy Berry Farm
  • Skyscapes of America

Notable Landmarks

  • Lake Hartwell: This beautiful lake, which is managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, spans 56,000 acres and is one of the largest and most popular lakes in the southeast.
  • Sumter National Forest: Cherokee and other tribes of Native Americans hunted and built villages here. Now, people visit this forest to hike or ride a trail, paddle, fish, hunt, camp, watch a bird, or have a picnic.
  • Fant's Book Store Circa: This store is the oldest business firm in Anderson. It has been owned and operated consistently by the same family for 175 years.