Nissan expands

aftersales programme

Nissan aftersales programme

NISSAN has expanded the scope of its two aftersales programmes for out-of-warranty vehicles, with the launch of hundreds of new parts to improve its service for customers.

Owners of these Nissan vehicles can now benefit from the widest ever range of regular and remanufactured - or remain - parts for maintenance.

The two schemes - Nissan Remain 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 Remain catalogue has grown from 380 parts in August 2017 to more than 1,000 currently.

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.

The Japanese company says Reman offers high quality, remanufactured genuine Nissan parts that have been dismantled, inspected and rebuilt to ensure complete reliability, at an average discount of 30 per cent.

And all Nissan remanufactured parts have the same warranty as genuine new ones and are without mileage limitations, but they use less energy and around 75 per cent 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 programme'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.


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