Nissan Factory Warranty is 3 years or 36,000 miles of bumper-to-bumper guaranteed repairs for defects in workmanship performed and parts assembled at the manufacturing plant.
This full electrical mechanical warranty covers everything on the vehicle except normal wear items like upholstery and windshield cracks.
After the bumper-to-bumper factory warranty expires, the engine warranty continues for another 2 years or up to 60,000 miles on the odometer, whichever occurs first.
Nissan offers two options for owners who want extended warranties to cover the cost of future repairs: Gold and Silver Security Plus.
What do Nissan Factory Warranty Options cover?
Gold Security Plus
The Nissan Gold Warranty Extension covers the cost of parts and labor to repair the engine, transmission, audio, video, navigation, electrical, heater, air conditioner, drive train, FWD, RWD, AWD, transfer case, suspension and all other components except those on the exclusion list.
What is not covered.
Silver Security Plus
The Nissan Silver Warranty Extension contains an extensive list of covered components, but has an equally large list of items that are not covered. It’s more of a gamble than a security.
This may be a good choice for a base model Sentra, but for a fully equipped Rogue the Gold Plan is an easy #1 choice.
How much is the repair copay?
Nissan offers two options of deductible copay: $100 or $0.
The $0 copay sounds great but is not worth the difference in initial cost.
Therefore, the F&I Tools Review deems the 6 year 100,000 mile Nissan Gold Factory Warranty Extension with $100 copay the best value.
How much does the Nissan Gold Security Plus warranty cost?
Retail Market Value 6 Years 100,000 Miles $100 Deductible: $3300 $0 Deductible: $3850
Prices may differ by model, usage, location, and start date.
Where will repairs be done? Nissan Factory-Trained Technicians will complete repairs on covered components at any Nissan dealership nationwide.
It is best to return to the original dealer to maintain a consistent service record, but it's not required.
Dealership service writers will obtain a repair authorization prior to making repairs. If the service department has difficulty obtaining the authorization, then owners may call Nissan directly at the following phone number: