Accidents are sadly an eventuality of life and when they do happen Nissan Accident Support is here for you. Nissan Accident Support is a free 24-hour service available to ANY Nissan Customer in the event of an accident. It’s just one of the many ways we like to show you how we care.
If you are involved inan accident the first thing to do is make sure you call an ambulance if you suspect anybody needs urgent medical treatment and call the police if there is damage to the road, you feel threatened or if someone leaves the scene without exchanging details. This is just an idea, make sure you always use common sense when assessing a situation. Continue Reading
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With Nissan’s extensive range of cars, we can guarantee there is something for everyone. From the small, agile and dynamic Nissan Micra, to the people transporting, 4×4, behemoth, that is the X-Trail.
THE NEW Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, has been named the “2018 World Green Car” at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.
LEAF is the icon of Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the company’s vision for changing how cars are powered, driven and integrated into society.
SCOTLAND’S biggest battery has helped mark the launch of the new Nissan LEAF, amid the stunning backdrop of the Southern Highlands.
Cruachan, a hidden power station, lies a kilometre below the ground with enormous turbines converting water from the nearby loch into electricity. Essentially a giant battery, it also stores water in a second man-made loch halfway up Ben Cruachan to be released when called upon by the National Grid — and reverses the process by pumping water back up when needed to expel excess energy too.