Nissan to target out of warranty vehicles

Nissan has announced an initiative to service out-of-warranty segment two and three vehicles.

Chris Marsh, Nissan Aftersales Director

The ‘Good-to-Go Package’ is a service plan offering an annual saving of £100 or greater against purchasing the components separately. Vehicles between three and ten years old will be eligible with a mileage cap of 100k. 

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Designed as an alternative to the VMs existing service plans, the new proposition also offers RAC breakdown cover, the cost of the MOT test and a vehicle warranty. 

Chris Marsh, Aftersales Director at Nissan, said: ‘‘We have recently launched the scheme via our dealer network and we are confident that it will be well received by Nissan owners across the UK. Good-to-Go provides a great range of benefits and exceptional value for money.’’

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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