Finding and buying the right car parts and accessories can be a headache especially when you don't know exactly what you're looking for. Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI) heeds to this problem with the launch of Nissan Parts Online.
Nissan Parts Online is an online marketplace where users can view and purchase genuine Nissan parts, accessories, and merchandise at the comfort of your home. You can also buy items from the site to personalize your ride. Everything from seat covers to kicking plates to door visors to exhaust pipe finishers are available through their online catalog.
A separate tab for promotions is also in place for car parts and accessories that come with discounts.
The online catalog can be searched by vehicle model, year, and car part name. This ultimately lessens, if not remove, the errors of ordering an incorrect part since you'll be searching for items under your specific car model. This also prohibits illegal transactions and assures the buyer that they are dealing with the correct people. And if you can't find what you're looking for, they have an inquiry form at the home page.
The best part is that the delivery is fast and free. After placing your orders before the 11:00 AM cutoff time, the items are to be delivered to your doorstep within 24 hours if you're located within Metro Manila. Customers from Luzon can wait for 1 to 2 days while transactions from Visayas and Mindanao will have to wait for 1 to 3 days delivery time.
Should they exceed the given delivery timeframe, NPI guarantees a refund unless the delay was due to events that are beyond their control. Examples of which are severe weather conditions, acts of God, and similar occurrences.
As for the payment method, all transactions will be through Paypal. Although there has been no announcement if they will accept cash on delivery in the future but who knows, that could be soon.
If you’ve been wanting to accessorize your Nissan car or if you’ve been looking for a replacement parts for ages, it’s time to signup now and start shopping at www.nissanparts.ph.
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