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Nissan 'commits to conscientious customer care'

Thu, 20 Nov 2008
People considering buying a car from Nissan may be swayed by the manufacturer's decision to make the motor industry code of practice for service and repair compulsory for all of its outlets.

The company has agreed to cover the cost of signing up for every one of its 180 franchised dealers and repair centres in the UK and Northern.

Garages who commit to the code are demonstrating their determination to provide motorists with a fair service, clear pricing, conscientious staff, work completed as promised and a straightforward complaints procedure.

Steve McLennan from Nissan commented: "All customers will benefit from this code as its sets clear standards for dealers and repair centres for repairing and servicing vehicles."

Meanwhile, people who are contemplating buying a car from the manufacturer may want to be quick.

Earlier this month, the carmaker revealed it was cutting the prices on a number of its models until December 7th.

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