The floods and storms from a few weeks back were terrible on another scale…

Because the floods were so unexpected, they took a lot of Gautengers by surprise, leaving many motorists trapped in the raging waters.

Nissan has now taken it upon themselves to offer some relieve to motorist affected by the storms, by offering a deal tailored toward people who lost their vehicles during the recent floods and storms.

Nissan Assured Storm Support offers R10,000 towards any vehicle in the Nissan line-up – up to a value of R2 million – to customers affected by the flooding and hail that hit parts of Gauteng during the week of 7 and 11 November, as well as to those who may be affected by future adverse weather conditions.

“Last week’s storms took everyone by surprise and had devastating consequences for drivers who were trapped by the flash floods. The Nissan Assured Storm Support initiative aims to get people back on the roads faster, backed by a customer service programme that is designed to provide a fuss-free ownership experience and makes vehicle ownership as easy and straightforward as possible,” says Xavier Gobille, Managing Director Sales, Marketing and Aftersales Nissan and Sub-Sahara.

All of the cars purchased during this initiative will qualify for Nissan 6-year service- and warranty plans, ensuring complete peace-of-mind motoring.

In addition to guaranteeing the mechanical integrity of every Nissan, the Nissan Assured warranty also includes a range of roadside assistance benefits. These benefits include 24-hour roadside and towing assistance, including posting security to your location while you wait. It also includes support if you find yourself stuck with a flat battery, without fuel or even if you lock your keys in your car.

Unfortunately, Nissan’s Assured Storm Support offer is limited to 200 vehicles, which makes up the R2 million investment. Proof of storm damage will be required to qualify for the offer, too.

Nevertheless, this is an incredible effort from Nissan SA to try and recoup what has been lost.

Please visit Nissan’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/nissansouthafrica to upload pictures of your car and share your story or www.nissan.co.za for more information.

Every other major manufacturer… The ball in now in your court!