RECEIVED A RECALL NOTICE ON YOUR NISSAN?
If you are located any where in Auckland, you can bring your recalled vehicle in to Giltrap Nissan regardless of where you leased or purchased your Nissan.
AUTOMOTIVE RECALL occur when a vehicle has safety-related manufacturing defects or fails to meet federal safety standards. When your vehicle is recalled, you should have received a letter in the mail or email about the recall. The first thing you'll need to do if you receive a notice is to contact your local dealer. Even if you didn't buy it at the auto dealership,it is acceptable have it fixed here since the manufacturer will be paying for the services. Set up an appointment at your earliest convenience and bring the car down along with any information you have received about the recall.
YOUR SAFETY IS OUR BUSINESS AT GILTRAP NISSAN To receive the latest news on all factory recalls, trust your local experts at Giltrap Nissan. We have served the residents of Auckland with expert service that goes beyond, whether it’s a recall, scheduled maintenance, or repair. Giltrap Nissan is here for your every car experience.
IN ADDITION, GILTRAP NISSAN ALSO REPAIRS:- Oil Changes
Air Filter Replacement
A/C - Air Conditioning
Timing Belt Replacement
Brake Inspection/Check (Brakes replaced if needed)
Nissan Oil Warning
Motor oils are carefully formulated lubricants that perform many important functions including cooling engine parts, keeping them clean and protecting them against rust, corrosion and wear.
It’s important to follow the manufacturers’ specifications when choosing an oil.
For your NISSAN vehicle ONLY 5w-30 (petrol engines) and 5w-30 C3 (diesel engines) oils are permitted.
Does your service provider even know what these are? And more importantly did they use the correct one in your vehicle?
5w-30 is very different from 5w-30 C3 even though both are 5w-30 rated oils.
Using any other oil that does not meet these specifications will void your warranty. The use of sub-standard oil can be easily identified from sludge build up in the engine and can cause partial or complete engine failure.
DON’T TAKE THE RISK.