Nissan Motor Company Coronavirus Financial Relief and New Car Incentives
Nissan is one of several automobile manufacturers caught in the devastating tidal wave of economic destruction brought on by the Coronavirus. While perhaps in the past Nissan Motor Company was less familiar to Americans as GM or Ford in name recognition, Nissan has evolved into an innovative company with a wide-ranging impact in the automobile manufacturing market both in Japan and here in the United States.
Though the world is collectively working together to ‘flatten the curve’, the peak of Coronavirus infections in the U.S. is believed to still be weeks away. A growing number of cities and states have already instituted critical restrictions on both personal interactions and business operations.
While efforts continue to dramatically slow the spread of COVID-19, the virus has already severely restricted commerce and all but shut down business for many companies. The pandemic has undertaken a dramatic shift in just the past 30 days. Prior to the Coronavirus outbreak, the auto industry was collectively in the midst of one of its best February sales months in recent history.
Nissan joins the growing list of automotive companies that seek to do their part in slowing the pandemic and helping to heal the sick, while simultaneously attempting to keep its employees working and their business operating. This is a summary of the Coronavirus financial relief efforts and new car incentives that Nissan has created in response to the COVID-19 crisis.