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Service plans, maintenance plans, service plan extensions and maintenance plan upgrades...all can get a bit confusing so we've tried to make things a bit simpler to understand.Discover More
Our first priority is your safety and the continued performance of your vehicle, and it should be yours too.
With a Nissan Service plan your peace of mind comes standard, knowing that the cost of mandatory replacement parts is covered in line with your service schedule, your vehicle is being attended to exclusively by a reputable Nissan Dealer, and that only the highest standard of service is provided and Nissan Genuine Parts are used.
Oh, and you're also saving money on potentially massive repair bills elsewhere, whilst ensuring the highest possible resale value when the time comes. Can you really put a price on that kind of peace of mind?
Both a Service Plan and Maintenance Plan are worth considering, depending on your needs.
Whereas the Service Plan is aimed at keeping your vehicle performing at its peak by covering the cost of replacing essential parts and items after a suggested period, you can think of a Maintenance Plan like a Service Plan Plus, because it covers all the same routine replacements as the Service Plan, plus you’re covered for the cost of ‘wear and tear’ items, so your vehicle is maintained at the highest level, across all areas.
Take a deep breath! If your vehicle didn't come standard with a factory Service or Maintenance Plan, you can set your mind at ease by purchasing an optional Service or Maintenance plan. Doing so comes highly recommended if you’re after that Nissan peace of mind.
If you’re one of those drivers that really enjoys testing the limits of your vehicle, or you find that you’re on the road far more frequently than most, you might want to consider a Service Plan Extension or a Maintenance Plan Upgrade.
We know that everyone drives differently, and that some vehicles are subjected harsher road and weather conditions than others, so we’ve created guidelines for Periodic Maintenance versus Maintenance Under Severe Driving Conditions.