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Nissan Customer Service Phone Number, Email ID, Office Address

Nissan (Nissan.com.au) is an automotive multinational corporation of Japan, which was founded on December, 26, 1933. Its main headquarters is at Nishi-ku, Yokohama. The founders of the company are Kenjiro Den, Meitaro Takeuchi, Masujiro Hashimoto, William Gorham and Yoshisuke Alkawa. The slogan of the company is Innovation that excites.

With the help of this article we share important information for the customers who are in problem. Many customers are facing problem regarding customer service number, corporate office address, headquarters, e mail support. Customer service contact information are mentioned below which includes phone number, email id, fax number, working hours and office address. This article will help them out.

Nissan Customer Service Contact Details

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Nissan Customer Service Number: 1800 035 035
Customer can call on this number or visit nearest dealer for any enquiry or question. Customers do not hesitate to contact customer service representative. This is toll free number, no charges applied.

Nissan Customer Service Email ID: N/A
There is no specific email ID available by the company.

Nissan Head office Address: Nissan Motor Co. (Australia) Pty Ltd, Customer Service Centre, Locked Bag 1450, Dandenong South, Victoria 3164
This is main head office as well as postal address of the company. Customers can mail their enquiries, questions, suggestions, complaints and feedback at this address.

Working Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30am to 6pm AEST
These are official hours of operations for the customer service representatives. Within this period itself all the enquiries got answered.

Nissan fax Number: (03) 9797 4400
Fax your enquiries, complaints, compliments and questions at given number.

Nissan Official Website: Nissan.com.au
To know more about the company’s product and services visit official website for more information.

Social Profiles

You can like, visit, subscribe and follow these social platforms for more updates and information.

Facebook Fan Page: facebook.com/nissanaustralia

YouTube Channel: youtube.com/user/NissanAustralia

Google Plus Page: plus.google.com/+NissanAustralia

Twitter Handle: twitter.com/nissan_aus

Important links

Contact Page: nissan.com.au/Contact-Us
This is official contact page of the company. Contact here customer service team through online form.

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  • Michael Sampson October 26, 2016, 2:34 am

    After owning a 2001 patrol for twelve years we decided to upgrade. Wyong dealership came back with a price on a Demo patrol for $46,990. We have now been informed Price has increased to $52,990. Stating Nissan will no longer honour an extra package on car. Our old Patrol has 341,000 km on the clock. We are Australians living in Zambia central Africa, returning to NSW in December . Our patrol has been a great car, including 6 faithful years of difficult kilometers in Zambia after bringing it with us for volunteer work here in Zambia in 2011. Researching and attempting to buy another Patrol over the internet with your dealer in Wyong was going well. Now however, we have been left disappointed in your company and the dealesrhip. But not in the machine that served us so well. Please feel free to clarify our emails with Mr Tyson Hodge salesman with Wyong Nissan
    Yours faithfully Michael Sampson

  • Ahmad November 24, 2016, 6:23 am

    Hi how are you ?

  • Frank Robles December 13, 2016, 7:36 pm

    To Whom It May Concern
    Complaint:
    Note:
    Have been dealing with Steve Jarvin Nissan regarding 370Z advertised in bikesales colour grey automatic dealing with salesman called Ludo they have miss lead me by advertising this 370Z as a MY17 when in fact it’s a MY15 I have salesman (Ludo) taxes to confirm this and our overall phone and conversation. This has left me with a bad taste regarding this dealers actions and misleading advertising on carsales.

    I have done my homework regarding the purchase of a new 370Z and do understand they have made a few minor changes to the MY16 through to the MY17 hence why I want to buy a MY17, I think as part of your franchise agreement you should enforce misleading advertising by your dealer network on third party websites and send them a franchise breach notice. I look at Nissan as a product of high standards and the last thing you need is to have dealers misleading the Australian public to give your brand a very bad name.
    If you require any additional information regarding this email please feel free to call and discuss this with me at any stage.
    I won’t be dealing with this dealer now or in the future and will not recommend them to anyone.

  • Andrew Bush. July 2, 2017, 3:17 am

    First I tried to e-mail my enquiry, until I found out there is no e-mail address for customer enquiries to Nissan Australia. Why? I am looking at buying a second hand Tiida. I owned one from 2007 to 2012, and it was a very good car; reliable, cheap to own and run, and to service, and I would like a really good second hand one, an St-L manual sedan, if possible.
    Could you please tell me from what year to what year the Tiida was available in Australia, and the model that was sold for each of the last two or three years. I have a vague idea Nissan introduced a new or updated model in 2010. Could you advise me here, please? Any further information about the Tiida will be gratefully received. I now live in Melbourne and I want a car with very low kilometers and in excellent condition as I will need to drive it between Sydney and Melbourne once or twice each month, mainly to fulfill my duties in a fairly poor charity that I am the unpaid national secretary of.
    Thank you.
    Andrew Bush.

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