To make the used car buying process more comfortable for Nissan shoppers, Nissan North America is going transparent. What does this mean, you ask? Specifically, the Japanese automaker will begin sharing information related to open safety and emissions recalls for Nissan and Infiniti vehicles with Carfax (one of the most widely used companies specializing in vehicle history reports).
The advantage of Nissan's recently announced transparency is it will grant consumers access to critical safety and recall information on their accessible third-party website. Plus, used-Nissan and used-Infiniti buyers interested in using Carfax to view this pertinent information will not have to pay any fees. It will be free via the Nissan and Infiniti Vehicle History reports available at recall.carfax.com.
"We strive to have recall campaign work completed in a timely fashion," said John Spoon, Vice President, Parts and Service, Nissan North America. "By working with Carfax, we are making it easier for customers to determine if a vehicle has an open campaign and encouraging campaign service completion."1
Elaborating on Spoon's words, Larry Gamache, Communications Director, Carfax said, "Carfax and Nissan North America are committed to keeping our roads safe. Adding Nissan and Infiniti to the list of manufacturers providing open recall campaign information to Carfax helps notify car owners and buyers and get these cars into dealerships to be fixed."2
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