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Nissan car parts and accessories may now be bought online

Owners of Nissan vehicles can now buy car parts, accessories, and merchandise from the comfort of their homes, anywhere and anytime. The service, Nissan says, is the first in the Philippine car industry.

Officially launched on November 3 and demonstrated to the media just recently, Nissan Parts Online (www.nissanparts.ph) showcases the products in an online catalog, which can be easily searched by vehicle name and part name.

 

The Nissan Parts Online Home Page.

The Nissan Parts Online Home Page.

With a credit card, car owners can purchase items and have it delivered to their homes for free within 24 hours in Metro Manila, as long as they place their order before the 11am cut-off time. If you live in Luzon, Visayas, or Mindanao, your ordered item will be delivered in two to three days. Delivery to remote areas, however, will take 8 days. Cash on delivery is not supported though.

The service also allows customers to monitor the delivery status of their orders online. The online portal also features promotional announcements for specific parts, accessories, and merchandise.

Accessories page

Accessories page

According to Nissan Philippines, Inc. executives, 909 line items are currently available for sale online. By 2016, more than 2,000 line items will be available. All items sold online will be coming from NPI’s hub in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Later on, dealers will be tapped as hubs to make deliveries even faster, especially in the provinces.

“Nissan is excited to introduce a new innovation to the automotive industry as we launch our Nissan Parts Online portal.” said Antonio Zara, President and Managing Director of Nissan Philippines, Inc. “It is our commitment to bring Innovation that Excites to our market. The launch of Nissan Parts Online is another testament to our promise of turning What If into What Is, through continuously challenging and innovating how we serve our customers.”

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