Nissan Philippines, Inc. (NPI), in keeping its notable sales performance from 2019, wants to continue to innovate its products to provide reliable services to its customers, further create a strong dealership network, and create a vibrant company culture of talented people. The Japanese automaker states that its first priority is its customers and that it would like to thank its Filipino customers for their continued support.
In line with this, the automaker launches its newest program called ‘Service on Wheels.’ The program is a mobile solution that delivers scheduled on-site aftersales services and repairs. It also offers other services such as house calls or service caravans. It's Nissan’s way of providing excellent vehicle care and services to more customers outside of service centers.
The program enables participating Nissan dealerships to deploy service vehicles to the location of the customers in need. The Nissan Service on Wheels vehicles is operated by two Nissan-certified technicians. The vehicles are based on a Navara and are customized to contain various tools and equipment to provide a number of services. These services include light periodic maintenance, vehicle diagnostics, replacement of consumable items such as tires, brakes, and batteries. Other services also include light repairs and emergency roadside assistance. These service pickups come fully equipped to repair and maintain Nissan’s current lineup of vehicles.
The service is available in select Nissan dealerships across the Philippines. The Japanese automaker has yet to release a specific list of participating service centers that are included in the Service on Wheels program. Interested customers can contact the Nissan customer assistance center hotline (+632) 8403-6593 / 0927-600-9557 or the nearest Nissan dealership to inquire more about Service on Wheels.
Service on Wheels is a way for Nissan to extend our expertise in vehicle care outside our service centers. This gives a new and exciting dimension to our reliable services by delivering satisfaction to our customers, wherever they are.
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