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When you use commercial vehicles for deliveries, service calls, and other business needs, it's important that those vehicles are safe and reliable. The last thing you want as a business owner is to get a call from a staff member because the vehicle is broken down on the side of the road or unable to start after a delivery. Having to repair and maintain these vehicles constantly is expensive, and it's always frustrating to pay for repairs within the first few years of ownership.
With the Commercial Van Warranty, available through Harbor Nissan in Port Charlotte, FL, you'll have a safety net that protects your vehicles for an extended period.
When you're deciding which vehicle to buy for your business, you might only factor in the initial cost. But it's equally, if not more, important to consider the warranty that comes with the commercial vehicle. The standard warranty on a commercial vehicle is three years or 36,000 miles, which isn't very long when you consider how many miles you might put on a van in the first year or two of ownership.
The Nissan Commercial Van Warranty covers your vehicle for five years or 100,000 miles. The difference is substantial, and you'll be happy you chose this vehicle if something goes wrong in the first couple of years.
This 5-year/100,000 mile covers a Nissan commercial van from bumper to bumper. It includes the powertrain, which contains the most expensive components to repair or replace, including the engine and transmission. If you experience a problem with some part of the powertrain during the warranty period, you can bring the vehicle back to Harbor Nissan for repair or take it to any certified Nissan service department for a repair or replacement that's covered under the warranty.
In addition to the powertrain warranty, commercial vans have coverage for several other systems. The 10-year unlimited restraint warranty covers any part of the restraint system. When your employees are in work vehicles, it's important they're safe with seatbelts that work properly. The vehicle also has a five-year unlimited corrosion warranty, because rust is a problem that can affect commercial vehicles.
Nissan offers three commercial vans to buyers in this market. The NV1500 is the smallest version, offering a standard height as the only option. But even this van has plenty of space for most businesses, with a roomy cargo area that is configurable with shelving, ladder racks, and other accessories. The NV2500 is Nissan's middle option, and this roomy van comes with either a standard or a high roof. The NV3500 also has the available high roof, along with a few extra features that make it more comfortable.
*Claim based on years/mileage (whichever occurs first) covered under the New Vehicle Limited Warranty basic coverage. Ward´s Light Vehicle Segmentation: 2017/2018 Nissan NV® Cargo, NV® Passenger v. in-market Large Van Class; 2017/2018 Nissan NV200® v. in-market Small Van Class. Commercial Vans compared only. Nissan’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty basic coverage excludes tires, corrosion coverage and federal and California emission performance and defect coverage. Other terms and conditions apply. See dealer for complete warranty details. NV200® Taxi is covered under a separate limited warranty with a different level of coverage.
The powertrain coverage is 5 years or
100,000 miles (whichever occurs first). Other general exclusions and terms and conditions also apply. For
complete information concerning coverage, conditions and exclusions, see your Nissan dealer and read the actual
New Vehicle Limited Warranty booklet. Warranty claim is current at time of posting.