Nissan GT-R free servicing package

Buy a 2011 Nissan GT-R, get free servicing and RAC breakdown cover for three years

Nissan is now offering a three-year free servicing plan for its mind-bending GT-R. Buyers who sign up to Nissan’s own finance plan will automatically benefit from the package which covers parts, labour, oils and fluids for the first three years or 27,000 miles of ownership. Existing owners can also take advantage of the offer for a very reasonable £499, but it only applies to 2011 cars. Three years of RAC breakdown cover is also included. Those lucky enough to own a GT-R can take theirs along to any of the 19 Nissan High Performance Centres in the UK, where specially trained technicians will fettle and maintain their car.  Owning a high performance car is expensive at the best of times. Service and repair bills that can make grown men cry are unfortunately par for the course. But if you have just bought a GT-R, or are thinking of getting one, this initiative should make the ownership experience even sweeter. It is only available for a limited time, though, so be quick…

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