Is all this worry about a Nissan Recall Justified?
Thankfully, most vehicle recalls are covered under the vehicle’s manufacturer’s warranty. Which means, if something on your Nissan vehicle is being recalled, you can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that at least the financial aspect of fixing the issue is covered and that the manufacturer is taking initiative into fixing the issue.
Vehicle recall is a word people normally associate with a negative connotation. It’s a word laced with fear and negativity, however, West End Nissan can help you understand the everything you need to know about your vehicle’s recall notice.
What is a Vehicle Recall?
A vehicle recall is the manufacturer’s commitment to ensuring your safety by fixing possible ongoing problems with a specific make of car, issues that may or may not be detrimental to your vehicle.
What should I do when my Nissan has a Vehicle Recall Notice?
It is a Nissan dealership’s job to get a jump on the situation and send you a letter or email advising you that your make and model has a specific issue that needs to be dealt with. This is why it is imperative that you keep your personal information update. Having up to date personal information known by the dealership is the only sure-fire way to guarantee that you receive proper notice in the event of a recall. But often, if the particular issue is not an immediate concern, no notification will be sent out.
What if I don’t get notified about a Nissan vehicle Recall?
In the event that you don’t get a notification regarding a recall, it is still important to note that your vehicle may still have one. You can verify if there is anything outstanding that needs to be fixed with your vehicle on the official website. Do not be afraid to check constantly as these issues are reporter with the intention of having the manufacturer fix whatever the issue.
How do I go about fixing my Nissan Vehicle Recall?
This is where West End Nissan can help you. Bring your recalled vehicle to us and we will gladly fix it. Normally, you will have to book an appointment, but it is our duty to ensure your safety and any other concerns are met and fixed promptly.