Nissan Auto Service in Sanford, NC near Fayetteville

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Nissan Service in Sanford

No matter what your needs, the mechanics at Classic Nissan of Sanford are more than qualified to assist with you virtually any problem you may have. Our mechanics are specially trained in to work on Nissans as well as other makes and models.

Customer Reviews

Serving Sanford, Fayetteville & Cary

At Classic Nissan, the only thing we care about more than cars is our customers. Cars are so much more than a way to get from one place to another. They represent our livelihood, and having a car out of service, even for just one day, can be a big deal. That’s why we take our customers’ needs very seriously and always work to ensure that our mechanics work quickly and efficiently to get you back on the road. We want to ensure that you come away feeling like a valued customer and that you were treated with the respect you deserve. Since our mechanics are specially trained to work on all variety of Nissan, you will find that there is very little they can’t do to maintain or repair your vehicle and get it back on the road. We will work with you to make sure you understand what your car needs and what our mechanics are going to do to fix it. We also work to have the most competitive prices possible, ensuring that you get a fair deal.

Nissan Automotive Service

One of the advantages of bringing your vehicle to Classic Nissan over a general mechanic is the quality of parts. Most mechanics use aftermarket parts, whereas we only use original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts in our vehicles. Aftermarket parts are fine if you want a new speaker system or stereo equipment, but if you want your car to run like it used to, then you want OEM. Some people prefer aftermarket parts because they are less expensive. However, they rarely come with a warranty, and you are often getting what you pay for. Most OEM parts ships with a standard one-year warranty, which means that if something goes wrong with that part again, you won’t have to pay for it. Another benefit to OEM parts is that, since they are built by the exact specifications of Nissan, they will not decrease the value of your car, whereas the installation of aftermarket parts could hurt your bluebook value.