Every Nissan car has a unique identifier code called a VIN. This number contains vital information about the car, such as its manufacturer, year of production, the plant it was produced in, type of engine, model and more. For instance, if someone wants to buy a car, it is possible to check the VIN number one the online database to ensure that the car was not stolen, damaged or illegally modified. The VIN number has a specific format that is globally recognized. This format was implemented by the ISO institute. Every car manufacturer is obliged to mark all its vehicles in this special format. This online service allows a user to check the validity of the car and get detailed information on almost any VIN number, search for Nissan B210 car parts and check the car's history. The VIN also allows a user to check the market value of a new or used Nissan B210.


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Please check Nissan B210 car parts catalog for additional information if you're looking for parts to repair your vehicle. You can search Nissan B210 parts by VIN number. It is possible to get market price of new or used Nissan B210 by VIN number. Every buyer must check Nissan B210 car history before getting a car loan or credit. Buying a used car? Do not forget to read about Nissan B210 problems, recalls and complaints. Find all the latest facts, figures and Nissan B210 specs based on year, make and model. Nissan vehicle history report may contain the following information: title problems, prior damages, unsafe salvage rebuilds, odometer mileage, theft, past sales.

  • What is VDS? VDS is a Vehicle Descriptor Section. VDS is used to specify a type of vehicle and may include information about the model, platform, engine and transmission.
  • What is VIN? VIN is a Vehicle Identification Number
  • What is VIS? VIS is a Vehicle Identifier Section
  • What is WMI? WMI is a World Manufacturer Identifier. The first three symbols identify the manufacturer of the car.
Additional sources of information regarding safety of transportation can be found here:

NHTSA.gov    Safercar.gov     Safercar.gov