Nissan flood relief assistance programme – 20% off on parts & labour, upholstery restoration; 12-month EPP

Nissan flood relief assistance programme – 20% off on parts & labour, upholstery restoration; 12-month EPP

Edaran Tan Chong Motor (ETCM), together with Tan Chong Ekspres Auto Service (TCEAS), have announced their Nissan Flood Relief Assistance programme for customers who were recently affected by the flash floods.

This programme offers 20% discount on parts and labour charges, as well as a special upholstery restoration package that’s priced at RM1,655 nett for sedans and RM1,988 for MPVs, SUVs, vans and pick-up trucks.

To ease financing costs, Nissan owners can also opt for the Easy Payment Plan of up to 12 months on the total bill. Plus, you can also enjoy six months or 10,000 km warranty for any genuine replacement parts. ETCM is also offering its door-to-door towing service for vehicles that are unable to start.

For more info, you may contact Nissan’s customer care helpline at 1-800-88-3838, or call the nearest TCEAS outlet to make an appointment.

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  • YB Albert on Dec 23, 2021 at 5:34 pm

    Sending flood damaged cars to big auto distributors is not an issue.
    The question is: who is footing the gargantuan bill?
    Insurance or sendiri?
    High time gomen makes it compulsory for flood coverage for all vehicles.
    Flood coverage is not an option anymore.
    While the blame game goes on with state vs federal politicians,rakyat has to protect themselves.
    Dont leave it to fate or bad luck.You decide to protect yourself for upcoming insurance renewal.Include flood coverage.If not,no amount of panadol can ease the pain.

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    • Copy Paste on Dec 24, 2021 at 10:11 am

      Copy paste: “Actually there are addons to vehicle insurance for flood damage & other natural disaster perils, just that Malaysians typically don’t want to pay for the extras as nobody expects to be in such situations until it happens. What the Gomen can do is set an affordable ceiling limit to such addons so that owners might be persuaded to topup for better coverage, if say just an additional RM30-50 premium would be affordable. Then its up to ownself to decide take or not.”

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    • John Doe on Dec 24, 2021 at 10:31 am

      Why do you always sound like the government owes you everything?

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