If your car or truck was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, Nissan North America wants to help.
Individuals and business owners can receive employee pricing on most new Nissan cars and trucks to replace vehicles effected by the storm, which impacted several U.S. states along the East Coast nearly two weeks ago.
Those effected by the storm in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia may work with area Nissan dealerships to take advantage of this offer, which must be redeemed for a claim ID before Oct. 31, 2016.
Claim ID codes are valid for 45 days from date of issue. More information can be found by following the special disaster relief link at InsideNissan.com.
Program eligibility is transferable within the same household. Vehicle registrants must provide proof of residency. The program is non-transferable to other family members or friends outside of the household. There is a limit of one claim per damaged vehicle. For instance, if three vehicles are totaled, the customer is eligible for three replacements.
Additional incentives offered on vehicles are stackable on top of the Nissan Vehicle Purchase Program employee price.
If buyers choose to finance with Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation (NMAC), a deferred payment plan allows qualifying customers, who are purchasing a new vehicle, to delay payment for up to three months, where allowed by law.
For existing NMAC customers in FEMA disaster areas, payment extensions can be offered to both qualifying lease and retail customers.
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