Nissan, Toyota offering payment deferments to people affected by government shutdown

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Default Nissan, Toyota offering payment deferments to people affected by government shutdown

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Two weeks into the budget-related government shutdown and it sounds like some progress is finally being made, but that doesn't really help furloughed government employees pay their bills. To help out a little, Nissan and Toyota are joining Hyundai with offering payment deferments to current owners and lessees.

In a release, a Nissan spokesperson said the company is "sympathetic to any of our customers who find themselves in difficult financial circumstances - many times outside of their control."

Both Japanese automakers are allowing payment extensions of up to 90 days without penalties or fees. Unlike the Hyundai Assurance Plan, though, it doesn't seem like the Nissan or Toyota assistance will be extended to those who are still in the buying process. Scroll down for press releases from both companies about their respective payment deferment programs.Continue reading Nissan, Toyota offering payment deferments to people affected by government shutdown

Nissan, Toyota offering payment deferments to people affected by government shutdown originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 15 Oct 2013 17:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.



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