Nissan Philippines gives 30-day PMS, warranties, loan payment extensions

Updated Nov 27, 2020 | Same topic: COVID-19 Updates

The Japanese automaker is extending its Nissan New Vehicle Warranty and scheduled Periodic Maintenance Service.

Nissan Philippines first offered a helping hand to its customers by temporarily closing all of its dealerships in the entire Luzon area until further notice. This is a way by Nissan to show that it values the safety of its customers, employees, its business partners, and its communities. The Japanese automaker encourages its customers to stay home and to stay safe.

Then, amid the COVID-19 quarantine, the company decided to extend the warranty coverage and scheduled Periodic Maintenance Service for all its qualified Nissan customers by 30 days if the coverage lapses within the quarantine period. However, Nissan clarified that the extension is still subject to warranty validation. 

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Nissan Finance released a public advisory on March 27, 2020, saying that it will be extending the loan payment deadline of its eligible Nissan Finance customers whose due dates fall within the period covered by the Enhanced Community Quarantine. However, Nissan Finance only endorsed Eastwest Bank in its post.

The official statement from Nissan Philippines

The official statement from Nissan Philippines

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Nissan’s warranty which is called Nissan New Vehicle Warranty covers the first three years or 100,000 km. With the 30-day extension in effect, Nissan customers can still relish the full 3\three years of warranty. The Japanese automaker clarified that in this warranty, the following conditions are not covered:

  • All tires and batteries are subject to a separate warranty, as set out in detail under the section titled “TIRE AND BATTERY WARRANTY.”
  • Damage or failures resulting from unauthorized modifications or use of any non “Genuine Nissan” parts, accessories, or equipment.
  • Damage or failures resulting from the use of non-recommended, improper or dirty fuel, fluid, oil, or lubricant.
  • Misuse, such as driving over kerbs, overloading, racing, continuous drive after the loss of lubricants, oils, refrigerant, or water.

If you have any questions, you can contact the Nissan Customer Assistance Center Hotline at 02 8403-6593 for assistance. Nissan Philippines also encourages its customers to follow its digital platforms:

  • Facebook:
  • Twitter: @NissanPHI
  • Official website:

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Nissan Philippines has a total of eight models in the market, excluding one upcoming vehicle which is the Nissan Magnite. The price list of Nissan vehicles in 2023 ranges from Php 779,000 to Php 4,698,000 for the cheapest Nissan Almera and most expensive Nissan Patrol, respectively. Meanwhile, the Nissan GT-R's price in the Philippines is available upon request so visit Nissan dealerships for inquiries. Nissan's best-selling models in the Philippine market are as follows: Nissan Navara, Nissan Urvan, and Nissan Terra.

At, we provide you with the most up-to-date Nissan Philippines price list, along with promotions from all dealers, the best monthly installment programs, prepaid, and cash discounts in the Philippines market.

Rex Sanchez

Rex Sanchez


Rex Sanchez grew up in Saudi Arabia where he saw and got into the automotive scene. He started his career for an aviation company in the said region, writing about turbines and rotors which are later distributed for educational purposes. And now, he joined as a staff writer. Currently, he is the youngest on the team and is more than ready to grow in the field.


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