I was due to collect my car within the next 3 weeks. If dealerships are closed will this still go ahead?
Following Government advice on the 23rd of March 2020, Nissan showrooms have temporary closed to ensure the continued safety of our staff, customers and local communities. If you are due to collect a car within the next few weeks, please contact your Nissan dealership to discuss the options available to you.
Contact details for your local Nissan dealer can be found here along with their current opening status.
If your local Nissan dealer is closed please contact Customer Service using the web form.
I have an order with a dealer but can't contact them for an update as they are closed. Where can I find out more information about my order?
If you are unable to contact your local Nissan dealer for an update on your order, please contact our Customer Services team using the web form. Please note that in these uncertain times, our Customer Service team are experiencing a higher volume of queries, this may lead to an increased response time to get back to you.
Can I still order a new vehicle if my local Nissan dealer is closed?
I want to make a change to an existing order, how can I do this?
If you want to amend an existing order please contact your local Nissan dealer to discuss your options; their details and current opening status can be found here. Should you be unable to contact your local dealer due to temporary closure, please contact our Customer Services team via the web form.
How can I register my interest for a later date?
If you wish to stay in touch with Nissan and receive the latest news, great offers and more, please register your interest here. If you're interested in booking a test drive once dealers are open, please provide your details here and your local dealer will give you a call back when possible.
SERVICING & REPAIR
My car is booked in for a service/ MOT/ repair within the next 3 weeks, will this still take place?
Due to the current circumstances, many Nissan service and repair departments are temporarily closed; those that remain open are operating with reduced staff, limiting availability. At this time, priority will be given to key workers. Please contact your local Nissan dealer before you travel to ensure your booking is still taking place. Contact details for your local Nissan dealer along with their current opening status can be found here.
My MOT is due to run out and I can't get an appointment. Will I still be able to drive my car?
The Department for Transport has announced that if your vehicle's MOT was due to expire on or from 30 March 2020, it will automatically be granted a 6-month extension for MOT testing. However, vehicles must be kept in a roadworthy condition and drivers can be prosecuted if caught driving an unsafe vehicle. Please click here for more information.
If I breakdown can I still be recovered to my local Nissan dealer? What if their workshop is closed?
If you breakdown and wish to be recovered to your local Nissan dealer, please contact them prior to recovery to ensure they can support in getting you back on the road. You can find out whether your local Nissan dealership is open and their contact details here.
Can I still make a future service booking?
Our online booking tool is now open and taking new bookings from Monday 1ˢᵗ June onwards. Should you require a more urgent service, please contact your local open Nissan dealer to be booked in. Their details and current opening status can be found here.
How are you protecting staff working within the workshops?
Nissan is working closely with our dealer network, to take appropriate precautions to protect the safety of both our staff and customers. Our dealer network are working responsibly, in line with government guidelines in order to maintain core workshop functions to keep the countries key workers on the road.
I have a question about Nissan Finance, who can I contact?