Nissan Giving Helping Hand to Tornado and Flood Victims
"Because of Nissan's strong presence in the southeastern U.S., we've seen up-close the impact of recent devastating weather, which has left many area residents without personal transportation," said Brian Carolin, senior vice president, sales and marketing, NNA. "We want to do our part to assist our neighbors, and are offering employee pricing to disaster victims as one way to help them return to normal."
Consumers in who live in Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, Mississippi, Arkansas or Kentucky in an affected county listed by FEMA as eligible for the program, which offers pricing of up to $1,500 off dealer invoice as well as all applicable incentives. Buyers will be required to show proof of damage and should work with area dealers to apply this offer.
In addition, customers will be offered delayed financing through Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp.'s Payment Delay Plan. The Japanese carmaker’s program allows customers to delay three vehicle payments without extension fees. Thus, disaster victims will be allowed to focus on recovery without the added burden of a vehicle payment. Nissan's financial services division has been a leader in providing payment assistance to its customers in times of crisis.
“Nissan has a long history of responding to humanitarian needs and disaster relief through organizations that include the American Red Cross, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity and Second Harvest Food Bank,” the charitable carmaker says.