With more than 30 dealerships to boot, Nissan Philippines is dedicated to provide its customers easier and better access to its lineup of cars.
With that, NPI opens two more Nissan dealerships in Luzon, particularly in Taytay, Rizal and in Camarines Sur in the Bicol Region. Not only do these showrooms bring Nissan vehicles closer to their future car buyers from those areas, they will also provide service options for current Nissan vehicle owners.
The Nissan Taytay showroom is located at National Highway Road corner Cabrera Street, Brgy. San Juan, Taytay, Rizal. It has a land area of 437 sq.m., which can accommodate up to nine vehicles.
On the other hand, the Nissan Camarines Sur dealership is a bit bigger and located at Maharlika Highway, San Agustin, Pili, Camarines Sur. It has a land area of 770 sq.m. but can only accommodate up to eight vehicles.
These dealerships are also designed to provide end-to-end customer service programs, such as a 30-minute preventive maintenance Express Service and the comprehensive, bumper-to-bumper Executive Car Check-up.
Aside from the convenience that these showrooms provide to Nissan patrons, the dealerships also provide a visual breath of fresh air for the residents in that area. Built according to Nissan’s global retail visual identity, the Nissan Retail Environment Design Initiative (NREDI), the brand-new dealerships can stand as landmarks with its standout design and unique styling. They have large glass-view service sites, exclusive delivery areas, and a comfortable customer lounge to offer.
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