Nissan Announces New Mobility Assist Program for New Vehicles

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 12, 2013) - Today Nissan announced the introduction of Nissan Mobility Assist, which aims to support the mobility needs of physically disabled customers. Nissan will offer up to a $1,000 reimbursement to have qualifying adaptive equipment installed on new Nissan vehicles to accommodate a physically disabled driver or passenger.
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Justin Bua

Justin Bua

Diane Allen, Rebecca Barker Vest and Sonia Rief

Diane Allen, Rebecca Barker Vest and Sonia Rief

Diane Allen

Diane Allen

Rebecca Barker Vest

Rebecca Barker Vest

Sonia Rief

Sonia Rief

Nissan announces historic athletics sponsorship with 100 universities

Nissan announces historic athletics sponsorship with 100 universities

Nissan Heisman House debuts new playoff-themed spots

Nissan Heisman House debuts new playoff-themed spots

Nissan Foundation promotes cultural diversity with grants totaling $730,000

Nissan Foundation promotes cultural diversity with grants totaling $730,000

Nissan donates two all-electric LEAFs to Ohio State’s College of Engineering

Nissan donates two all-electric LEAFs to Ohio State’s College of Engineering

Nissan donates two all-electric LEAFs to Ohio State’s College of Engineering

Nissan donates two all-electric LEAFs to Ohio State’s College of Engineering

Leon Dorssers

Leon Dorssers

Asbury Automotive Group expands its Nalley Brand with new Nissan dealership in Atlanta

Asbury Automotive Group expands its Nalley Brand with new Nissan dealership i ...

Nissan celebrates 3 million Mississippi-built vehicles at Canton Vehicle Assembly Plant

Nissan celebrates 3 million Mississippi-built vehicles at Canton Vehicle Asse ...

1960 Datsun VG223 Van

1960 Datsun VG223 Van

1975 Datsun 610 Bluebird 2000GTX

1975 Datsun 610 Bluebird 2000GTX

1997 Nissan R390 GT1

1997 Nissan R390 GT1

Nissan and Heisman House

Nissan and Heisman House