No. When you failed to appear or hire an attorney to appear, you waived your rights to the car, then Nissans failure to pick up was a problem but I'm not sure they had to pick it up. Your contract with them was to protect their property and not get it seized in the first part. It sounds like Nissan never picked up the car. Do you still owe them money? By contract, weither you have the car or not, you will have to pay them for the car. If the car was sold, Nissan paid ad storage paid, then you dont have any major damages to sue for.
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