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RISK AND LIABILITY

You use the site entirely at your own risk. Nissan cannot guarantee that the site is free from bugs, errors, viruses or errors that may affect your computer. Nissan cannot guarantee that all of the information is current on the date that you view it. Apart from death or personal injury arising out of its negligence, Nissan is not responsible to you for any loss that you might suffer as a result of using this site.

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PRODUCTS & PRICES

Nissan is striving constantly to improve its products. Accordingly all information on this site is subject to change. The specifications, models, prices of any items on this site may not be current at the time that you view it. Please contact your local Authorised Nissan Dealer, or if you are a fleet customer your area fleet manager or fleet customer contact centre for the most up to date information. Because of the nature of technology, the colours shown on the site may not match the actual colours. Prices shown on product sites include 12 month Government Vehicle Excise Duty (determined by CO2 emissions figure and fuel type) and Government First Registration Fee.   Prices for all cars are inclusive of VAT. Prices for commercial vehicles are exclusive of VAT. Prices on the fleet website are clarified by specific disclaimers.

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FUEL CONSUMPTION AND CO2 EMISSIONS DATA

MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing, in accordance with 2004/3/EC and intended for comparisons between vehicles and may not reflect real driving results. (Optional equipment, maintenance, driving behaviour, road and weather conditions may affect the official results)

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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Nissan owns all the Intellectual Property Rights relating to the site. You may not copy anything on the site without Nissan's permission. You are granted the right only to view the site and print material from it. You can only do this for your personal use and / or for you to make informed decisions about Nissan's products. You must not copy, publish or modify anything on the site or re-sell any of the information that you have viewed or printed from it.

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FINANCE

If you wish to arrange finance through Nissan, please contact RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 493, Watford, WD1 1FJ. You must be over 18 and a resident of the United Kingdom (excluding Isle of Man and The Channel Islands).

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THISMOMENT USAGE OF COOKIES

This Cookie Policy describes the cookies used in the operation of its service known as the Thismoment Distributed Engagement Channel ("DEC").
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your browser or the computer, tablet or mobile device by websites that you visit. They are widely used in order to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.
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FINANCIAL CONDUCT AUTHORITY - CUSTOMER PROCEDURE

New Government regulations have been introduced which detail the way in which Nissan and it's franchisees manage customer complaints about insurance products that we sell. From 15 January 2005, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) have been regulating these practices.

Contact Details
Phone:    01923 899334
Fax:        01923 899918
Email:     Customer Support

Postal Address
Customer Services Nissan Motor (GB) Ltd
The Rivers Office Park
Denham Way
Maple Cross
Rickmansworth
Hertfordshire
WD3 9YS

These complaints will be acknowledged in writing within 5 working days of receipt.
If it is not resolved within 24 hours, you will be told:
- Who will be managing the complaint.
- When a response can be expected.

And you will be given a copy of Nissan's complaint procedure.
- If the complaint has arisen due to an action of Nissan, it will be resolved by Nissan.
- If the complaint has arisen due to the actions of a dealer, it will be referred to the dealer for resolution, and you will be advised of this referral.
- If the complaint has arisen due to the terms and conditions of the insurance policy, it will be referred to the insurance policy supplier, and you will be advised of this referral.
- If Nissan are unable to resolve the complaint in 4 weeks, you will be contacted in writing and advised of this.

You will be told why it has not been resolved as well as and when you can expect a resolution.

If Nissan are unable to resolve the complaint within 8 weeks, you will be contacted in writing and advised of this and told why it has not been resolved. You will also be told when you can expect a final response, and we will enclose a copy of the Financial Ombudsman Services explanatory leaflet in case you are dissatisfied with the delay.

When you are sent the final response, you will be advised that you may refer the complaint to the Financial Ombudsman service if you are dissatisfied with it. This must be done within 6 months. A copy of the Financial Ombudsman Services explanatory leaflet will be enclosed.

If your Complaint was referred to a dealer or the insurance supplier, Nissan will contact them within 4 weeks to find out if and how the complaint has been resolved. We will then contact you to confirm the complaint status and if a final response has been sent. We will also send you a copy of the Financial Ombudsmen Service explanatory leaflet and advise you that you may refer your complaint to this body within 6 months of receiving the final response from the third party.

If the Complaint was referred to a dealer or the insurance supplier, Nissan will contact them again within 8 weeks (if previously unresolved). We will then contact you to confirm the complaint status. If a final response has been sent we will send you a copy of the Financial Ombudsmen Service explanatory leaflet and advise you that you may refer your complaint to this body within 6 months of receiving the final response from the third party.

If at 8 weeks the complaint is not resolved, Nissan will find out what the third party is doing to resolve the complaint, and when they will contact you. We will write to you giving a reason for the delay and an indication of when you will expect a final response. We will also advise you of details of the Financial Ombudsman Service if you are dissatisfied with the delay and enclose a copy of the Financial Ombudsman Services explanatory leaflet. Nissan is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.

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YOUR PERSONAL DETAILS

Nissan is registered under the Data Protection Act 1998. The information collected is used for Nissan's business purposes, which is the marketing and the sale of Nissan cars and associated products and services. By sending Nissan information, you agree that such information is not confidential and that Nissan can use the information. Nissan will keep and use this information (and any other information which it may hold about you from time to time, now and in the future (i) to provide you with information on products and services which may be of interest to you; (ii) for the purposes of conducting market research; and (iii) to provide you with agreed goods and services. Nissan will also disclose this information to the Nissan authorised dealer network and other members of the Nissan group of companies, and other companies for the above purposes. If you would prefer not to receive mail and telephone calls providing information about products and services from us or such third parties, please inform Nissan that you wish to opt out of receiving such information. In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998, you may apply to see what "personal data" Nissan holds in respect of you. Please contact Nissan for further details. If you are an existing customer, Nissan must be allowed to go on using your personal information in order to administer its relationship with you. An example might be that you have a contract of lease or hire. Nissan may be legally obliged to keep that information on file after the end of the relationship.

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CONTACTING NISSAN FINANCE

If you wish to arrange finance through Nissan, please contact  RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 493, Watford, WD1 1FJ. You must be over 18 and a resident of the United Kingdom (excluding Isle of Man and The Channel Islands).

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COOKIES

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone browser by websites that you visit. Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work, or to improve the user experience, as well as to provide certain information to the owners of the website. Our cookies may include information about your online preferences and allow us to tailor our websites to your interests.


How can you accept or reject the use of cookies?


Users have the opportunity to set their devices to accept all cookies, to notify them when a cookie is issued, or not to receive cookies at any time. The last of these options means that certain personalised services cannot then be provided to that user, which may result in not being able to take full advantage of all of the features of our websites.


If you do not wish to receive cookies generally, or to object to certain cookies, you might need to change your browser settings. However, each browser is different, so please check the “Help” menu of your preferred browser to learn how to change your cookie  preferences.

IP addresses

When you visit our website, we gather certain information about you including details of your operating system, browser version, domain name and IP address, the URL you came from and go to and the parts of the site you visit. We may use such data for marketing, advertising, profiling or other promotional purposes.

How do we use cookies?

Information supplied by cookies can help us to analyse your use of our websites and help us to provide you with a better online user experience. The information our cookies collect is not used to identify who you are, or to send you advertising by e-mail or post. Further, we do not use cookies to provide targeted and personalised advertising to children.


What types of cookies do we use for what purposes?

 

Technically required cookies.

Some of our cookies are strictly necessary to use our websites or certain functionalities within them. These functional cookies cannot be rejected when using our websites. This includes the cookies to register whether the user has consented to cookies being used by our website or not.

 

Session cookies and preference cookies.

We might use session cookies to facilitate the functioning of our websites, such as to enable the user to navigate through the different pages. These cookies expire at the end of the user session (e.g., when the user closes the browser window). We might also use cookies that persist for a longer period in order to remember your preferences and choices on our websites. Generally, those cookies will not have a life span exceeding two years.

 

Analytics cookies.

We might use analytics cookies to enhance the performance of our websites by collecting information about how many visitors we have, where visitors have come to the site from and how they use the website (e.g. which pages most visitors go to most often). For this purpose we might use the analytics tools of the following providers and related cookies:

Google Analytics : Click here for Google Analytics' Privacy Policy

Omniture : Click here for Omniture's Privacy Policy

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Social network cookies.

We might integrate in our websites features from third party websites, in particular from certain social networks. Those features sometimes come with scripts or other elements that can read, and sometimes place, cookies from those social networks on your device. These cookies might allow the personalisation of advertising. We have no access to or control over those cookies or the data collected by those cookies, because we are only the operator of the Nissan website, however we would like to inform you and obtain consent for those elements. For further information please see the list of possible social network cookies below.

 

Facebook.

The following Facebook features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place Facebook cookies:

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Click here for information about Facebook's cookies

 

YouTube and Google.

The following YouTube or Google features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place YouTube or Google cookies:

YouTube video player (enables the viewing of YouTube videos on our websites)

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Google log-in (enables the user to log into their Google account and interact with our website through that account)

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Twitter.

The following Twitter features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place Twitter cookies:

Twitter log-in (enables the user to log into their Twitter account and interact with our websites through that account)

Twitter share

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Flickr.

The following Flickr features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place Flickr cookies:

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Instagram.

The following Instagram features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place Instagram cookies:

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Pinterest.

The following Pinterest features may be integrated into our websites and may read or place Pinterest cookies:

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GOVERNING LAW

You agree that English law governs your use of the site and your relationship with Nissan.

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DEFINITIONS

"Authorised Dealer" means a member of the Authorised Dealer Network. "Authorised Dealer Network" means the persons appointed by Nissan as authorised dealers in the United Kingdom. "Intellectual Property Rights" means all types of proprietary rights recognised in law, including copyright, design right and trade. "Nissan" means Nissan Motor (GB) Limited. "Nissan Group" means Nissan Motor Limited of Japan and its subsidiaries.

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THIRD PARTY CONTENT

Nissan is not responsible for and does not review the context of external sites.

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CREDITS

JOURNEY TO URBANPROOF
Graphic works of art created by the AKRYLONUMERIK Collective.
Sound design: Dominik Emrich

Nissan would like to thank Grand Lyon, Périphérique Nord de Lyon  and Openly for making the filming of the 370Z and GT-R films possible.

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TECHNOLOGY


NissanConnect (NC2 Kai) 

Driving is a serious business. Only use NissanConnect services when safe to do so. Some applications may have late introduction. NissanConnect service subscription required but is available on a complimentary basis for 2 years from purchase. Service and applications only available in select European countries and on select Nissan models. Service and applications may be provided by third parties outside Nissan’s control, and are subject to change without notice or liability to Nissan or its agents (including, without limitation, services cancelled/suspended by third parties). Certain remote functions require compatible phone or device, not included with vehicle. Cellular networks are provided by cellular companies, and are not within Nissan’s control. Cellular networks not available in all areas. Roaming charges and/or data usage charges may apply. Nissan is not responsible for any equipment replacement or upgrades or associated costs that may be required for continued operation due to service changes. 

Around View Monitor 

The Around View Monitor is a convenience feature. It is not a substitute for proper vehicle manoeuvres. See Owner's Manual for details.

Intelligent Park assist 

Speed, road and vehicle conditions apply. See Owner's Manual for details. 

Lane Departure Warning 

Lane Departure Warning system effectiveness is subject to the road and vehicle conditions. Speed limitations apply. See Owner’s Manual for details. 

Moving Object Detection 

Moving Object Detection cannot completely eliminate blind spots and may not detect every object. Not a substitute for proper backing procedures. Speed limitations apply. See Owner’s Manual for details. 

Forward Emergency Braking

Forward Emergency Braking is intended to warn/assist the driver before a collision occurs; it cannot stop a collision in all cases. Speed, driving and vehicle conditions apply. See Owner's Manual for details.
 
Blind Spot Warning 

The Blind Spot Warning System is intended to warn the driver, it cannot stop contact with other vehicles or substitute proper lane change procedures. The system may not detect every object. Driving and vehicle conditions apply. See Owner's Manual for details.
 
Active Engine Brake 

The Active Engine Brake may not be effective depending on the driving condition. Always drive carefully and attentively. 

Active Trace Control 

The Active Trace Control may not be effective depending on the driving condition. Always drive carefully and attentively. 

Active Ride Control 

The Active Ride Control may not be effective depending on the driving condition. Always drive carefully and attentively. 

Hill Start Assist 

Never rely solely on the Hill Start Assist system to prevent the vehicle from moving backward on a hill. Always drive carefully and attentively. See Owner's Manual for details. 

Driver Attention Alert

Always drive carefully and attentively. 

High Beam Assist 

The High Beam Assist system operates at vehicle speeds above 20km/h if headlight switch is in 'auto' position. See Owner's Manual for details. 

Advanced Drive-Assist Display 

Information displayed is dependent on the vehicle’s equipment. The Advanced Drive-Assist Display must not be operated if it can distract the driver during the vehicle operation. 

Traffic Sign Recognition

System operates in combination with Navigation system. Driving and vehicle conditions apply. See Owner's Manual for details. 

Vehicle Dynamic Control (ESP) 

System should remain 'on' when driving except when freeing the vehicle from mud or snow. It cannot prevent accidents due to abrupt steering, carelessness, or dangerous driving techniques. See Owner's Manual for details. 

Tire Pressure Monitoring System

Tire Pressure Monitoring System is not a substitute for regular tire pressure checks. See Owner's Manual for details.

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YOU+ NISSAN CARE


Nissan Motor (GB) Limited (Nissan) will use all reasonable efforts to fulfill these commitments but Nissan reserves the right to amend, modify or withdraw any or all of its commitments at its discretion.

MOBILITY

Whilst your vehicle is having a service or mechanical repair carried out by an authorised Nissan dealership, Nissan will endeavour to keep you mobile including, if appropriate and subject to availability, provide via its authorised Nissan dealerships a courtesy vehicle. Whilst every effort will be made to meet your needs, Nissan cannot guarantee that the availability of courtesy cars or that any courtesy car will be a like-for-like model of your vehicle and we reserve the right to offer alternate methods of keeping you mobile. The provision of a courtesy car is subject to a maximum mileage limit of 100 miles per day. Any excess mileage over 100 miles will be charged at 10p per mile. Unless agreed otherwise in advance, you will be responsible for all fuel costs. For the avoidance of doubt, Nissan's Mobility Commitment does not apply to vehicles having accident damage repairs carried out. Courtesy cars will only be provided if you:
- Are aged between 18 and 80 (or between 25 and 80 in respect of the provision of a courtesy "sports" car);

- Are a permanent UK resident;
- Have held a valid full UK driving licence for a minimum of twelve months
- Have no more than 7 penalty points in the last three years and have no prosecutions or police enquiries pending;
- Have no more than 2 fault claims in the last three years; and
- Have not have been disqualified from driving in the last five years.

Courtesy cars will be provided with insurance cover subject to an excess of £250 (£500 for young drivers). Options are available to increase the insurance cover available including collision damage waiver for the cost of £5 to reduce applicable excess to zero. Please discuss this direct with our authorised Nissan dealership upon collection of the Courtesy car

CONTINUOUS ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE

All new Nissan vehicles registered from 1st October 2010 will be provided with three year Nissan Roadside Assistance cover from date of first registration. At the end of the initial three years, twelve or twenty four months Nissan Roadside Assistance cover as appropriate will be provided following each service in accordance with your vehicle's Warranty Booklet and/or Owner's Manual by an authorised Nissan dealership. For all Nissan vehicles registered prior to 1st October 2010, twelve or twenty four months Nissan Roadside Assistance cover as appropriate will be provided following each service of your vehicle (such service being in accordance with your vehicle's Warranty Booklet and/or Owner's Manual) by an authorised Nissan dealership. For full details of cover please refer to www.nissan.co.uk Any cover granted as a result of an annual service will be evidenced by a confirmation document provided by the authorised Nissan dealership. Whilst Nissan will be responsible for registering Roadside Assistance cover with the service provider (currently RAC) it reserves the right to change at its discretion the service provider and scope of cover.

PRICE MATCH

If you can provide a written quote cheaper than an authorised Nissan dealership's quote for servicing and mechanical repair work to your vehicle, subject always to such competing quote being inclusive only of Nissan genuine parts and accessories and (ii) from a recognised vehicle repair outlet within 10 miles of your local authorised Nissan dealership, we will carry out the servicing and mechanical repair work for the cost of the lower quote. All competing quotes will need to be provided on a recognised vehicle repair outlet's headed paper. Nissan reserves the right at its discretion to accept or reject any competing quote if in Nissan's opinion such quote has not been provided from a recognised vehicle repair outlet.

RAPID COMPLAINT HANDLING

In the unlikely event that you experience a problem with your Nissan vehicle or the service you have received from one of our authorised Nissan dealerships Nissan will provide and seek to agree with you an acceptable action plan to resolve your question, concern or query within a maximum of 2 working days. The action plan will hopefully be the steps to resolve your problem but in a small number of cases it will form the first stage of a process that needs to be completed. For example, stage 1 could be to arrange for your vehicle’s concern to be investigated whilst ensuring your continuing mobility. In the event that an investigation is required, once the results of the investigation are known a full plan of action can be made to resolve the issue. Our commitment is not a guarantee that the issue will be resolved within 2 working days but it is a commitment to ensure that your question, concern or query is being addressed in a timely fashion. For the avoidance of doubt, our commitment is not an agreement to provide financial support.

TEST DRIVE

Nissan will to make available for a test drive the model, engine and transmission which are booked via www.nissan.co.uk or by telephoning Nissan Customer Services. However, due to the wide variety of trim levels, bodystyles and other options available, Nissan reserves the right to supply demonstrator vehicles which do not match the precise bodystyle or trim-level of interest. Test drives only apply to new vehicle sales and new models will only be available for test drives 90 days after the respective vehicles' sales launch date as provided for by Nissan. Test Drives will only be available if you:
- Are aged between 18 and 80 (or between 25 and 80 in respect of the provision of a test drive "sports" car);

- Are a permanent UK resident;
- Have held a valid full UK driving licence for a minimum of twelve months;
- Have no more than 7 penalty points in the last three years and have no prosecutions or police enquiries pending;
- Have no more than 2 fault claims in the last three years; and
- Have not have been disqualified from driving in the last five years.
Additional terms and conditions may be applied by specific dealerships. Please refer to your dealership for details.

General

Any purchase or other transaction in relation to any products or services provided by Nissan will be subject to contractual terms. These terms and conditions are not intended to be an offer for sale or supply of any goods or services which is capable of acceptance. Nor shall these terms and conditions form a condition, warranty or other term of any agreement which you may enter into with Nissan for the supply or sale of goods or services. You are solely responsible for deciding whether any of our products or services are suitable for your purposes. Nissan does not by these terms and conditions give or enter into any conditions, warranties or other terms or representations as to the fitness for purpose, satisfactory quality or compliance with description of any Nissan vehicles or other Nissan products. The law of England and Wales applies.

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