Free car insurance for 2 years for new Nissan buyers
Yes, you read correctly, free car insurance for 2 years for new Nissan buyers.
We know it sounds too good to be true but it’s not.
As a result of all of the doom and gloom surrounding insurance, especially for women, Nissan has decided to give us an early Christmas present by providing two year’s free insurance to new car buyers.
Figures released by the CSO show that the cost of motor car insurance has risen by 69.2% over the last three years and that it is now 25.2% more expensive to insure a car than it was this time last year. If that wasn’t bad enough it’s been reported that insurance costs could rise by a further 15% by mid-2017.
The ground-breaking Nissan offer, which is aimed at making the cost of running a car more affordable, is available to motorists ordering any new Nissan passenger car before the 31st December 2016.
Nissan is the first car brand in Ireland to recognise the impact of exorbitant insurance premiums and to respond to the concerns of consumers.
“Consumers are justifiably concerned about the rising cost of motor insurance premiums. Families are unable to afford running a second car and in some cases motorists, especially those under the age of 30, have had little choice but to stop driving,” said James McCarthy, CEO of Nissan Ireland.
“Nissan and the Irish Motor Industry are deeply concerned that there is no will or appetite, from any quarter, to address the issue. In the absence of a satisfactory response Nissan has taken the initiative in leading the way to make driving more affordable,” he added.
“Our two year offer insulates consumers against price hikes in insurance premiums in 2017 and 2018. This is good news for consumers and for the 12,000 people who buy a new Nissan every year,” he said.
All the details
New car buyers interested in availing of the offer must be 26 years old, have a full driving licence, no more than three penalty points and a minimum of three years no claims bonus. Insurance does not extend to commercial use.
Mr. McCarthy has called on the government and insurance industry to take action to respond to the high cost of insurance premiums and to follow Nissan’s lead in making driving more affordable.
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