Jack R. Nerad | March 31, 2020
A year that started as promising for the American automobile industry, including for Nissan North America, suddenly turned upside-down in mid-March as the coronavirus began to rear its ugly head across the country.
With special restrictions on business activity throwing millions of Americans out of work, car manufacturers have changed their ongoing efforts by altering their vehicle production schedules, offering coronavirus car payment plans to current customers, and instituting more incentives to buy.
In response to the pandemic and the economic disruptions that followed directly in its wake, Nissan has announced support for current customers and special incentives for new customers. Here is a recap of the coronavirus financial relief and new car incentives Nissan has assembled to deal with the crisis.
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