New Vehicle Limited Warranties. Protection for your new Nissan includes 3-year/36,000-mile (whichever occurs first) basic coverage and 5-year/60,000-mile (which­ever occurs first) powertrain coverage. Terms, conditions and exclusions apply. See Warranty Information Booklet for complete details.
Nissan Roadside Assistance. Your peace of mind is on us. For 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first, your new Nissan is covered for the following:[1] flat tire changes, vehicle lock outs, jump starts, emergency fuel delivery, trip interruption benefits.


Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation. Whether you’re buying or leasing, you’ll find attractive rates and flexible terms to make your purchase more accessible.
College Grad Program. Ask about our special new vehicle pricing available to eligible individuals up to two years after graduation.
Active and Reserve US Military Program. Ask about eligibility for our fixed discount on new vehicle pricing available to those serving our country.
Nissan Mobility Assist. This program offers reimbursements toward the purchase and installation of certain mobility assistance products for program-eligible Nissans. Go to for more info.


Genuine Nissan Parts. When it comes time for service, any necessary replacement parts will be made using Genuine Nissan new or remanufactured parts, or Nissan-approved parts. And they’re the only parts to carry Nissan’s factory-backed limited warranty.[2]


Security+Plus.® For additional peace of mind, a variety of extended service plans lets you tailor the coverage to your driving habits.[3]
Maintenance+Plus.® This extended plan ensures your Nissan will receive up to 17 different services and over 33 different inspection items at each visit, using the most up-to-date diagnostic equipment available.
Nissan Intelligent Mobility guides everything we do. We’re using new technologies to transform cars from mere driving machines into assistants. Together the journey is more confident, connected, and exciting. Whether it’s cars that assist in the driving task, or highways that charge your EV as you go along, it’s all in the very near future. And it’s a future already taking shape in the Nissan you drive today.