Nissan Customer Service Contact Number0843 596 3160
Nissan is a Japanese motor company who sell cars around the world.
Other Nissan Contact Numbers:
|Head Office||0843 596 3160|
|Nissan Complaints||0843 596 3160|
|Customer Services||0843 596 3160|
Nissan Opening Hours
|Customer Service||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
Nissan Head Office Address
|Head Office||Nissan,Rotunda, 181 Harrow Road, London, W2 6NB, U.K|
Reasons to call the Nissan Contact Number:
- To find your nearest dealership
- To get information on a vehicle you are interested in
- To find a dealership who can fix a problem with your Nissan car
- To find out more information on the Nissan brand
Nissan products and services
Nissan is a Japanese automaker. To find your nearest Nissan dealership, call Number Direct to be transferred to Nissan Contact Number. Current cars in the Nissan fleet include: the Nissan Micra, Juke, Leaf, GT-R and the Note, however, Nissan also makes commercial vehicles including vans and cabs for trucks. When you purchase a Nissan car, you can rest assured that you will receive a good level of service including servicing, warranting, roadside assistance, insurance, genuine accessories/merchandise and much more. When you initially buy a Nissan vehicle, you could be eligible to benefit from a range of offers and finance. If you wish to experience Nissan, visit the website and request a brochure or book a test drive. Once you have purchased your car, you become part of the Nissan family and you can register your vehicle online for access to even more services as well as guides on how to make the most of your vehicle.
Nissan Services and Products
New Cars (Current range)
The Nissan Micra has a synonymous reputation as an average ‘first car’ for young drivers. However, the new model has been overhauled with a new streetcar design, enhanced quality in the interior and new technology.
The new Nissan Juke is sportier and smarter than ever with a brand new outer design featuring alloy wheels.
The Leaf is Nissan’s electric car. With a number of charging points being installed in the wider locations such as Ikea stores and service stations, the electric car is more accessible than ever.
Offers and Finance
Nissan has a range of finance options available to help you afford the car that you want. Affordable monthly payments, cashback and lower deposits add up to make your car more affordable. For more information on the cars in the Nissan range and payment options, visit your local dealership or ring the number above to be put through to a member of the customer service team at Nissan.
Nissan’s servicing package is designed to be transparent- no hidden costs. So, once you choose whether you need a petrol or a diesel package, you receive these great benefits in return:
- One year’s roadside assistance- including Europe.
- Free courtesy car- whilst your Nissan is being serviced.
- Vehicle assessment video- if a fault is identified, mechanics will fix it and record the process.
- Approved quality parts-Designed specifically for the vehicle.
- Trained technicians.
- Free vehicle software updates-Automatic check to see if your car features any product recalls.
Warranties with Nissan cars
Nissan wants you to enjoy your new car with peace of mind. Your warranty covers:
- New vehicle warranty (complete vehicle)- 3 years.
- Towing warranty (breakdown recovery)- 3 years.
- Touring assistance(replacement car/hotel abroad)- 3 years.
- Paint warranty (covers the body paint)- 3 years.
- Outside perforation warranty- 6 or 12 years.
- Genuine parts and accessories warranty- 1 year.
Nissan promises to use Nissan-approved repair centres and genuine parts when repairing your car- so why not have your insurance with your manufacturer? What’s more, Nissan repairs are guaranteed for three years. The company recommends its dealer network and their certified technicians to use genuine replacement parts to repair and maintain your vehicle. Cover also includes:
- Cover in the EU subjects to 90 days per year.
- Personal accident benefits up to £5000 with enhanced cover available.
- Cover for legal costs.
- Unlimited cover on manufacturer fitted accessories.
Nissan has a free of charge 24-hour service which is available to any Nissan customer in any kind of accident. If you are involved in an accident, call the Nissan accident support line before speaking to your insurer as your insurer may send to you to a garage which is not operating the latest Nissan repair standards or using quality parts. By ensuring that you speak to Nissan first, they can provide you with help and advice as well as recover your vehicle and take it to a Nissan-approved body shop. This makes sure that you receive the best service possible and you are back on the road in no time. You do still have to contact your insurer, who may tell you to visit a garage that they recommend but please note that it is a legal right that you can visit a Nissan-approved repairer. This service is available to all Nissan drivers in the UK whether your vehicle is new or old. You can use the service whether you have a big accident or a small bump- that way you know that your Nissan will be repaired to the highest standard.
Where is my nearest Nissan dealership?
You can find your nearest Nissan dealership by using their interactive map. Alternatively, you can ring the number above.
Are Nissan parts expensive?
Figuratively speaking, the expensive your car is, the more expensive it is to repair. However, Nissan dealerships in the UK offer some warranties with their cars. For more information on these, ring the number above.
How are Nissan cars made?
Nissan has uploaded a video to youtube regarding their factory processes, you can find it here.
Nissan was founded in 1933. However, before being known as Nissan, the company was known as Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works and produced its first car in 1914. In 1999, Nissan entered into a two-way alliance with Renault S.A of France, which owns 43.4% of Nissan, whilst Nissan owns 15% of Renault shares as of 2008. As of 2011, the Nissan company headquarters can be found in Yokohama, Japan. Nissan was the sixth largest car manufacturer in 2012 behind the likes of Ford, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai Motor Group, General Motors and Toyota. More information about Nissan, its products and services can be found online.
Number Direct is a telephone directory and call routing service and is not connected to Nissan. The direct contact number for Nissan can be found in the public domain or on their official website.