‘Super Storm Sandy’ has been good for headlines all across the world as the Northeast region of the United States begins clean up after getting slammed by hurricane-like conditions for multiple days. Millions of people were/are still without power, transportation, peace of mind and in much worse condition than words can say. Sandy will have a lasting impact on millions of families and businesses as they look to get back to normalcy, Nissan North America is looking to make that transition easier.
Nissan North America recently announced that they will offer employee pricing and lowered financing rates for both Nissan and Infiniti vehicles for those in FEMA-designated disaster areas.
Brian Carolin, Nissan North America’s Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing, talked about what Nissan plans on doing to help those affected by Super Storm Sandy, stating that, “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. Nissan is offering both employee pricing and employee financing rates to eligible storm victims as one way to help them return to normal.”
Those in need of a new vehicle will have up until January 2, 2013 to take advantage employee pricing and lower financing rates, which kicked off on November 1, 2012.
Nissan also recently announced that Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation will offer deferred payments for up to three months. Current Nissan and Infiniti vehicle owners will also be allowed payment extensions, if need be, for qualifying lease and retail customers. This offer is good for up to three payments without paying an extension fee.
For more information on how you can help with the rebuilding process in the Northeast or for more information on how you can get your hands on a new Nissan in Kansas contact the sales professionals at Briggs Auto. At Briggs Auto we take pride in offering the newest Nissan vehicles in Kansas, not to mention many other new vehicles in Kansas.