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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The Week in Autos – 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show

The Week in Autos – 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Truckin' with TLT and Dogzilla at Nissan 360

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Fast Laps with U.S. GT Academy Champ Steve Doherty

Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ

Renault-Nissan Alliance and AVTOVAZ

Dave Mazur

Dave Mazur

EVs Racing Ahead – Hot Laps at Nissan 360

EVs Racing Ahead – Hot Laps at Nissan 360

EVs Racing Ahead – Hot Laps at Nissan 360

EVs Racing Ahead – Hot Laps at Nissan 360

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

CEO Carlos Ghosn and the GO+

CEO Carlos Ghosn and the GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

Datsun GO+

2014 Nissan Quest

2014 Nissan Quest

2014 Nissan Quest

2014 Nissan Quest