DALLAS, November 12, 2012 — Nissan North America has announced that it will offer employee pricing and discounted financing on Nissan and Infiniti vehicles to eligible individuals in FEMA-designated disaster and emergency areas that need to replace cars destroyed by Hurricane Sandy.
“Nissan is a major player in the Northeast region with more than 225 dealers in the affected areas and is eager to lend a hand to neighbors who have been left without a means of personal transportation,” said Brian Carolin, senior vice president, sales and marketing, NNA.
“Nissan is offering both employee pricing and employee financing rates to eligible storm victims as one way to help them return to normal.”
It is suggested that customers work with their local dealers to make use of this opportunity that became effective November 1, 2012 and will be good through January 2, 2013.
Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. (NMAC) will provide assistance to help eligible customers get back on their feet without the added burden of an immediate vehicle payment. NMAC’s deferred payment plan will allow qualifying new customers, purchasing a vehicle, to delay payment up to three months where allowed by law, and to provide extra assistance to those in need.
For existing customers in FEMA disaster areas, payment extensions will be offered to both qualifying lease and retail customers for up to three payments without extension fees. Nissan’s financial services division has been a leader in providing payment assistance to its customers in times of crisis.
For more information visit www.InsideNissan.com and follow the special “disaster relief” link.
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