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Further expansion of Nissan aftersales programs for out-of-warranty vehicles

  • Hundreds of new parts available through Nissan Reman and Nissan Value Advantage programs
  • Expanded to further reduce maintenance and repair costs for out-of-warranty customers
  • Both programs offering more high-quality certified parts at reduced prices than ever before
  • Nissan Reman offers eco-friendly alternative to new components, using less energy and raw materials

 

PARIS, France (September 5, 2018) – Nissan has expanded the scope of its two aftersales programs for out-of-warranty vehicles, with the launch of hundreds of new parts to improve the service for customers.

 

Owners of these Nissan vehicles can now benefit from the widest ever range of regular and remanufactured (‘reman’) parts for maintenance.

 

The two schemes – Nissan Reman and Nissan Value Advantage – ensure drivers of out-of-warranty models can access high-quality components while minimising servicing and maintenance costs.

 

The benefit for customers is enhanced service levels and choice within the Nissan aftersales network. This enables more of them to stay within the network by reducing the cost of vehicle ownership.

 

The Nissan Reman catalogue has grown from 380 parts in August 2017 to more than 1,000 today. It covers many out-of-warranty passenger cars – including the Juke, Qashqai and X-Trail crossover, previous generations of Micra and selected Light Commercial Vehicles.

 

Nissan Reman offers high-quality, remanufactured parts at an average discount of 30% when compared with OE parts. Compliant with Nissan’s strict quality standards, these components are genuine Nissan parts that have been dismantled, inspected and rebuilt to ensure complete reliability.

 

Minimising the CO2 impact of Nissan’s manufacturing activities, this form of recycling makes use of existing components whilst maintaining the vehicle’s performance and reliability.

 

All Nissan remanufactured parts have the same warranty as genuine new Nissan parts and are without mileage limitations. However, they use less energy and around 75% less raw materials compared to producing a new part.

 

Meanwhile, Nissan Value Advantage customers also benefit from the biggest ever catalogue of parts. The number of items available has doubled from less than 150 in January 2017 to more than 350 today. The plan is to reach 500 by April 2019.

 

The program’s focus is on Nissan’s core models – Juke, Qashqai, X-Trail, Micra and LEAF – and covers many routine maintenance components including filters, wipers, brake pads and clutches. Nissan Value Advantage parts are priced on average 20% lower than OE parts.

 

In addition, Nissan Value Advantage customers also benefit from the Nissan Customer Promise. This incorporates a Free Vehicle Check, courtesy car, Lifetime Nissan Assistance and the same warranty as genuine new Nissan parts. All parts are fitted by qualified technicians to ensure the highest levels of safety and quality.

 

Jean-Christophe Mercier, Vice President, Aftersales, Nissan Europe, said: "Most drivers want to stay within the manufacturer’s certified dealer network and these programs offer a compelling case to enable them to do that.”

 

He added: “By expanding these two highly competitive schemes, we are delivering on our commitment to provide exceptional service standards and aftersales options to all Nissan drivers.”

 

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About Nissan in Europe

Nissan has one of the most comprehensive European presences of any overseas manufacturer, employing more than 17,000 staff across locally-based design, research & development, manufacturing, logistics and sales & marketing operations. Last year Nissan plants in the UK, Spain and Russia produced more than 660,000 vehicles including award-winning crossovers, commercial vehicles and the Nissan LEAF, the world’s most popular electric vehicle. Pursuing a goal of zero emissions and zero fatalities on the road, Nissan is leading the field with its vision of Intelligent Mobility. Designed to guide Nissan’s product and technology pipeline, this 360 degree approach to the future of mobility will anchor critical company decisions around how cars are powered, how cars are driven, and how cars integrate into society. Nissan is positioned to become the most desirable Asian brand in Europe.

http://www.newsroom.nissan-europe.com

About Nissan in the UK

  • Nissan Sunderland Plant produces the Nissan Qashqai, Juke, Infiniti Q30 and the 100% electric Nissan LEAF
  • Production of lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles began in 2012
  • Total plant volume since 1986 stands at more than 9 million units with 80 per cent of production exported to over 100 markets worldwide
  • Total investment made and announced since then is over £4.0 billion
  • 495,645 units were produced at Sunderland plant in 2017
  • Employment in Nissan’s UK design studio (Paddington, London), technical centre (Cranfield Bedfordshire), manufacturing plant (Sunderland, Tyne and Wear) and sales and marketing operations (Maple Cross, Hertfordshire) now totals more than 8,000.
  • A further 28,000 jobs in Nissan’s UK supply chain and 4,000 in its UK dealer network takes the total British jobs supported by Nissan to more than 40,000

 

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