One of the things drivers tend to prioritize when purchasing a new car is to make sure it is fully covered. It’s not that they expect they’re going to be part of a car crash someday, but rather it’s to make sure that they are prepared for any eventuality that might happen. It has served many a driver well several times, and when worst comes to worst, they would rather take it to the dealer where they purchased their vehicle, as it is most likely they would be the ones who know what needs to be done.
Although it is common practice to take the vehicle to the dealer for repairs when needed, there are third-parties that offer car insurance as well. Most drivers prefer to avail of their services though when their warranty from the dealer expires, or if they purchased the vehicle pre-owned. However, even though owners would rather have their vehicle serviced in-house, a lot of them actually don’t know the full details of the warranty’s coverage. Some don’t even know when it would expire, and they would only find out when they finally do need to have the car serviced.
Nissan takes special care to inform any and all vehicle owners about their warranty service. Despite this though, because it isn’t really a topic that one thinks about often, most would forget about it until the time they need it. Here, we have laid out some details of Nissan’s service warranty.
Nissan new vehicle warranty
Nissan endeavors to provide all of their customers with peace of mind so they are able to focus on the exciting new experience of being a Nissan vehicle owner. The company ensures vehicle operation, but of course, it is within a certain set of limitations. Here, we will explain what these stipulations exactly are, and other details about the warranty like how long it lasts, and just what Nissan is able to do for the customer. Nissan also asks for confirmation from the customer, which can be found in the Warranty booklet that comes with each vehicle delivered.
Basically, Nissan will guarantee that for a certain amount of time, or specific mileage which is laid out in the New Vehicle Warranty Period section of the booklet, the company will be responsible for replacing or repairing any part of the car. Of course, there are also certain parts or sections of the vehicle that are not covered. These replacements or repairs will only be done free of charge if the materials were proven to be defective.
The period for the New Vehicle Warranty will start from the date that the vehicle is first put into service or registered, whichever comes first. For the time, the period shall be three years, and for the mileage, it will be 100,000 kilometers. The booklet also contains more details regarding this, which can be found under “New Vehicle Warranty Period.”
What the company can do
Nissan has implemented a new vehicle pre-delivery inspection that they perform with each released vehicle. After this is done, and if the warranty applies, whenever the driver needs to have replacements and repairs done, no fees will be charged either for labor or parts, as long as it is taken to a nominated Nissan outlet, or authorized Nissan dealer.
So that the Nissan vehicle is able to receive the proper care and maintenance, scheduled maintenance services are the minimum requirement which can be performed at the owner’s discretion. So, if owners are not able to regularly go to the dealership or outlet and have their vehicle serviced, the company has the right to deny the warranty that owners wish to claim.
Not under coverage
Examples of what is not covered in the warranty are all types of tires and batteries, as they are subject to a separate warranty. Any failures or damage that resulted from any unauthorized modifications are also void, as well as any use of non-genuine Nissan equipment, parts, or accessories. Normal wear and tear is also not included in the warranty, as well as any damage that is a result of the owner using any dirty or improper fluid, fuel, lubricant, or oil. Of course, any misuse won’t be covered either, including but not limited to continuous driving after loss of any fluids, driving over curbs, or overloading.
Take note that these are merely examples, and all the details regarding the service warranty can be gleaned from the booklet given to each owner upon vehicle delivery.