Nash Motors was a United States based automobile manufactuerer.

Nash Motors was founded in 1916 by Charles W. Nash, initially absorbing the earlier Rambler Motor Car Company. For decades it successfully marketed reliable but generally unremarkable mid-priced cars for middle class buyers.

In 1924 Nash absorbed LaFayette Motors.

1938 saw one of Nash's few automotive innovations by the generally technically conservative company, when optional air conditioning was first offered in non-luxury cars.

In 1954 Nash merged with Hudson Motor Car and formed American Motors (AMC). The Nash brand name was continued as a line of AMC cars through 1957.