Nissan Enhances Certified Pre-Owned Program to Include Older Models and Select Non-Nissan Vehicles

Nissan Enhances Certified Pre-Owned Program to Include Older Models and Select Non-Nissan Vehicles

For example, suppose you bought a vehicle from an official Nissan Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) dealership sometime after 2012 and ditched it for a newer or different model. In that case, you're now eligible for CPO financing again. It's important to note that your dealership must have an active contract with Nissan at the time of sale for this to apply. You'll have to provide the original warranty, proof of purchase, and all other documentation needed to process the information back at the dealership.

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Nissan Approves First Bi-Directional Charger for Nissan LEAF

Nissan Approves First Bi-Directional Charger for Nissan LEAFNissan now approves new tech in the form of a bi-directional charger for Nissan Leaf vehicles. Here's some more information about it.

Adaptive Charging

What the bi-directional charger means is that you can take energy from the all-electric Nissan leaf and use it in your house if you so choose. Leaf hasn't been able to do this for a while in the U.S. But it's now possible in a way that it just wasn't possible before.


 
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Nissan Maxima to be Phased Out in 2023

Nissan Maxima to be Phased Out in 2023The Nissan Maxima, a car once praised for its power and reliability, is no more. After a 42-year run, the company has announced that the Maxima will be discontinued.

The Maxima was introduced as a high-end option for Nissan customers. It quickly became popular, thanks to its powerful engine and comfortable ride. In later years, the Maxima would become known for its high-tech features. It included an advanced navigation system and a Bose sound system.

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Nissan to Invest $17.6 Billion Over Next 5 Years on Battery-Powered Vehicles

Nissan Future Vehicle  

Looking ahead into the future, the Nissan Motor Corporation adopts a sustainable business model. Seeking to improve the mobility of valued consumers worldwide, the Nissan Ambition 2030 plan will require an investment of 17.6 billion dollars. Once the plan is successfully implemented, 15 all-new EV models from the company will arrive at dealerships worldwide.

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