Titan Extended Service Contract and Warranty Information
Consumers often time search the web for "Nissan Titan Extended Warranty", which can result in mis-guided information about warranties. If you are looking to protect your Titan from unexpected expense resulted from mechanical problems, Nissan has great extended service contracts that compliment their factory warranty program with Titan's Security+Plus® extended service contracts. Nissan Titan extended service contracts have several different levels of coverage, offering several different term and mileage levels, all built to provide you with the peace of mind you are looking for after your Nissan factory warranty has expired. All of these coverage's are available for your Titan as long as it is still within the 3 year / 36,000 mile original manufacturer's warranty. These extended service plans offer additional benefits that are not offered on a new Nissan Titan with factory warranty remaining.
Your Nissan Titan Factory Warranty
Every Titan is backed by Titan's New Vehicle Limited Warranty, which includes 36-month/36,000-mile basic bumper-to-bumper coverage, and 5-year/60,000-mile limited powertrain coverage. The Titan warranty period begins on the date the vehicle is delivered to the first retail buyer or put into use, whichever comes first. There is no deductible for warranty repairs. If your vehicle is inoperative due to failure of a warranted part, towing service to the nearest authorized Titan dealer is reimbursable for 36 months or 36,000 miles, whichever comes first.
Rental car reimbursement is a benefit of most of the Nissan Security+Plus® Service Agreement plans, however is not provided with the original 3 year / 36,000 mile Nissan Titan Warranty.
Your Titan New Vehicle Limited Warranty does not cover repairs for damage or conditions which are determined to be due to the installation or use of non-Genuine Titan Accessories available at the time you order or purchase your new Titan, as well as after purchase from your Nissan Titan dealer.
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