Nissan High Performance Center offers amnesty for imported GT-Rs

Nissan High Performance Center offers amnesty for imported GT-Rs image

Text: / Photos: Nissan | posted October 04, 2016 11:40

Aftersales enrollment fee waived

Just weeks after the opening of the first Nissan High Performance Center (NHPC) in Quezon Avenue, the NHPC is offering an Amnesty Program for imported GT-R units.

The Amnesty Program is open to all GT-R models, acquired via the gray market prior to Sept. 16, 2016. This encompasses Nissan GT-R R32, R33, R34 and R35 units. Owners are encouraged to register through this program to benefit from waived Aftersales Enrollment Fees, the priviledge to order original, warrantied parts for their GT-Rs through the Nissan Quezon Avenue NHPC, the same after-sales services as GT-R owners who acquired their units through the NHPC, and use of the same facilities. The amnesty will only be until October 25, 2016.

GT-R owners residing in provincial locations will be serviced by NHPC technicians within their territory to ensure premium and quality service. Additional charges will be discussed upon the completion of the services.

Interested owners of the encompassed GT-R models can register at the Nissan Gallery NHPC at 138 Quezon Avenue, Tatalon, Quezon City or call the NHPC hotlines at (632) 731-5308 and (63917) 8051608. Owners in the provinces can conveniently register through the NHPC hotlines.

After October 15, 2016, GT-R owners can still enroll their vehicles in the special aftersales program at the regular rate provided the vehicles came in on or before the Amnesty Period ends. Different aftersales enrollment rates will apply to GT-Rs that will arrive in the Philippines from October 16, 2016 onwards.

The Nissan High Performance Center, operated by MGM Motors, Inc. and a member of the Autohub Group of Companies, is the only dealer in the country to pass the rigorous screening process for NHPC certification. It has invested in state-of-the-art facilities, the proper special tools, and technicians trained by Japan-based Masuhiro Tsukadaira technicians.