Frequently Asked Group 1 Nissan Questions
What are the advantages of using Group 1 Nissan?
Quite simply, you get to deal with a group of people who believe that customer service is what grows a successful business. That means you can rely on us to keep our promises and we’ll always endeavour to provide you with the best vehicle deal possible. If you’re happy with our service then we’d be delighted if you told your friends about it.
Do you do regular offers and promotions?
Yes, we schedule exclusive Group 1 Nissan special deals of our own as well as supporting special promotions from Nissan South Africa. Find out more about our latest Nissan deals and specials by going to our Group 1 Nissan Specials page.
Where are you located?
You can find us in the Western Cape in Kuils River and Stellenbosch (near Cape Town), The Glen in Johannesburg or Uitenhage and Port Elizabeth (Pre-owned) in the Eastern Cape. We also regularly sell and deliver vehicles to customers all over South Africa so be sure to contact us no matter where in South Africa you may be.
Do you only do used Nissan vehicles?
No. We stock quality used cars from all manufacturers.
What assurances do I get on used vehicles?
Whether Nissan or not, any used car you buy from Group 1 Nissan is sure to have been carefully sourced and will come with the full back-up of the Nissan Valid Value Programme. You can even bring your vehicle back to us for as long as you own it for free roadworthy checks.
Are you Nissan experts?
Oh yes! As you might expect, we have a great deal of knowledge of the Nissan range of vehicles. But we are also comprised of people who have a true passion and enthusiasm for the Nissan brand and just about everything else Nissan. Put us to the test by visiting one of our showrooms or service centres to find out more.
Do you know about other cars too?
Yes. We’re motor dealer professionals and have detailed knowledge of all kinds of vehicles and specifications, both new and used. We also service non-Nissan vehicles for a number of clients in our service centres.
How do I book for a service?
Just give us a call and we’ll book your car in for you. Alternatively, you can click through to the book a service page on this site, send us the relevant details and we will call you back. Be sure to let us know the odometer reading and any particular issues you are experiencing with your car so we can check it out when you arrive.
Can you provide a trade-in value on my car?
Yes. Getting the best and most accurate valuation on your car is essential for getting value on a new purchase and planning any finance you may need.
Where does Nissan sit compared with other motor manufacturers?
Today, Nissan cars offer some of the best value for money vehicles on the market. Nissan’s real value lies in its ever-improving reliability and product range, as well as the fact that you get real quality without having to pay a premium.
What’s the current range of Nissan cars, crossovers and people movers?
Everything from the Nissan Juke, Nissan Micra and Nissan Livina to the Nissan Qashqai and true-blood sports cars like the Nissan 370Z and the awesome Nissan GT-R (nicknamed Godzilla) are available in South Africa. We are also constantly introducing new vehicles to the Nissan range, including the world’s most popular electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF and the NV200 Combi people carrier.
What’s the current range of Nissan sports utility vehicles?
All of the best (not to mention most desirable) Nissan SUV superstars are available on our showroom floors! This includes the Nissan Navara, Nissan X-Trail, Nissan Pathfinder, Nissan Murano and the Nissan Patrol.
What’s the current range of Nissan commercial vehicles?
Starting with the replacement for the much loved Nissan 1400 bakkie is the Nissan NP200. You can also check out work horses like the Nissan NP300 Hardbody , Nissan Patrol Pickup, Nissan NV200 Panel Van and the NV350 Panel Van.
How reliant are your fuel consumption figures?
These figures are always gathered under certain testing conditions and therefore may differ in other circumstances, however they offer a good baseline figure for comparisons. Please also keep in mind that these figures have been provided by Nissan SA and have been published by Group 1 in good faith.