Nissan Customer Services Contact Number
Both current and prospective owners can contact Nissan customer service on 0871 544 2486.
- Company Name: Nissan
- Customer Service Contact Number: 0871 544 2486
- Calls to 0871 numbers cost 13p per minute plus your phone company access charge.
- Customer Service Address: Washington Road, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR5 3NS
- Opening Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm, Saturday, 8am to 2pm
- Website: www.nissan.co.uk
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How to Contact Nissan
If you’re having issues with a vehicle you’ve purchased in recent years, this phone number will enable you to make the most of the warranty that came with the model – allowing you to protect your investment and have peace of mind.
This Nissan customer services number is open Mondays to Fridays from 8am to 8pm, and Saturdays from 8am to 2pm.
You can also use this hotline to make customer enquiries about Nissan’s range of electric vehicles – allowing you to make an informed decision if you are considering making the switch and leaving old-fashioned fuel behind.
Customer complaints can be channelled through this Nissan contact number, and it’s comforting to know that you’ll be able to elevate your dispute further if you are dissatisfied with the manufacturer’s response.
This is because the company, as well as its network of dealers and repairers, have signed up to the Motor Industry Code of Practice which is run by a separate organisation that’s able to fight for an equitable outcome on your behalf.
A global brand, Nissan was first formally founded in Japan way back in 1933.