Victory Parade For Nissan Cars

Nissan has broken the Guinness World record for the most amounts of cars involved in a parade at any one time with 225.

There were originally 246 Nissan cars that were scheduled to be involved in the parade but for a variety of different reasons only 225 cars actually participated in the event. Silverstone logoThis event was organised by Skylineowners.com (UK) and took place at the Silverstone Race Circuit, Towcester, Northamptonshire, UK, on 11 April 2010.

The parade itself meant that the 225 Nissan cars were to drive around the circuit, completing two laps at a speed of around 15 to 20 miles per hour (mph). The cars travelled a distance of about 3.5 miles (5.63km) during the Guinness World record attempt.

NissanIf you want to try and beat this record then I suggest start with buying a Nissan car, new or used it doesn’t really matter, and get a lot of your friends to do the same and create your own parade of Nissan’s. Anything is possible, just ask the guy that currently hold the record.

The benefit of buying a new or used Nissan is that once you’ve attempted or beaten the record and have got yourself into the records book, you can start your car up again and drive away with a victorious new car. It’s a win, win.

So, start looking for your new or used car in Scunthorpe today to try and make the record yours (and your friends’). We look forward to finding out that the record has been Scunthorpe (1)broken and write about this again, with a larger number. We also expect sales of new and used Nissan cars to rocket, so what are you waiting for? Go and put yourself in the history books.

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