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Nissan 37m
Replying to @MilkaDerisma
Our Consumer Affairs department is in the best position to look into this matter. A Specialist is available at 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT, or via email here: . Thank you.
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Nissan 43m
Replying to @Keroro1125
We’re sorry to learn of this. Please call 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT for support from one of our Consumer Affairs Specialists. If you would like for us to connect you with this team directly, please DM us with your full name, VIN and best contact number.
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Nissan 53m
Replying to @tallymatty
We appreciate your interest, Matt! Although we do not have any information to share at this time, we invite you to be among the first to know of vehicle announcements via our Online Newsroom at .
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Nissan 1h
Replying to @icon2point0
We regret to learn of this matter. For immediate assistance, you may reach our Consumer Affairs dept. by dialing 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT. If you’ve already spoken with this team, please DM us the full name registered to the vehicle, VIN and case number.
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Nissan 3h
Replying to @brian_lackey_
For best assistance with your radio concern, we recommend having a Service Technician inspect your vehicle at a local dealer. Nearby locations can be found by visiting . For further support, call 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT. Thank you.
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Nissan 3h
Replying to @diamondaleya
If you have already done this step, you are welcome to DM us with your VIN, the full name registered to your Nissan and case number so we can check the status of your concerns. Thank you.
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Replying to @diamondaleya
We’re sorry to learn of your frustration, Diamond. Please call 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT so one of Consumer Affairs Specialist can provide further support. Rest assured, they are in the best position to act as a liaison between you and the dealer. Thank you.
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Replying to @MilkaDerisma
We regret to learn of this experience. Please call 1-800-NISSAN-1, Option 1, if you are in need of Roadside Assistance. Additionally, we encourage you to connect with your local Nissan dealer for support. Their contact information can be found here: .
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Nissan 4h
Replying to @joy_truax
We regret to learn of this inconvenience. Loaner vehicles are provided at the discretion of each independently owned Nissan dealer. To further discuss this matter, you may reach out to our Consumer Affairs department by completing the online form here: .
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Nissan 5h
Replying to @jemorgan131
This is not the type of experience we wish to hear, Jeffrey. We recommend speaking with our Consumer Affairs department by calling 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT. This team is also available via email at . Kind regards.
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Nissan 5h
Replying to @Mattwhiteside3
Matthew, our Sales Team will be happy to help you find the perfect ride. Should you require further support after your visit, please don’t hesitate to reach back out to us here.
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Nissan 5h
Replying to @Kelleykid
Peggy, we’re thrilled to hear that you enjoyed your Nissan rental. Safety is our priority.
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Nissan 5h
Replying to @candantri
We regret to hear of this experience. You may contact our Consumer Affairs department at 1-800-NISSAN-1, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-5pm CT, or via email here: . Thank you.
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Nissan 6h
Replying to @thebradmetzler
Our Service Technicians are in the best position to assist with your concern. For nearby options, enter your ZIP code at and apply the “Nissan LEAF Dealer” filter. You may also speak to an EV Specialist at 1-877-664-2738, M-F 7am-10pm; Sat 7am-11pm CT.
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Nissan 6h
We knew you and the would be a perfect match, .
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Nissan 6h
Replying to @joshh_aaron
Thank you for confirming, Joshua. The icon you sent us is the Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) system warning light, if so equipped. To learn more about this feature, please refer to page 2-14 in your Owner’s Manual here: . Kind regards.
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Nissan 6h
Replying to @CrystlIS
We regret to hear of your frustration. If you’re still in the market for a Nissan, we’re happy to help. For a personalized shopping experience, send us a DM with your name, best contact number, email address, ZIP code and details of what you would like to see in your next ride.
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Nissan 6h
Replying to @ReillyOConn
We regret to learn of your frustration, Reilly. So we may point you in the right direction, could you please confirm your country of residence? Thank you.
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Nissan 7h
Replying to @skeptickled
Thank you for your interest, Donna. We will have more details to share closer to the on-sale date. You may stay tuned for the latest vehicle announcements by subscribing to email alerts from our Online Newsroom here: .
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Nissan 7h
Replying to @bigskybabs
Great question, Barbara. The e-Pedal feature on the 2019 LEAF is a form of regenerative braking. To learn more, we invite you to watch a demonstration of how it works here: . Thank you.
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