Nissan PH reduces Navara pricing following safeguard duty halt

2021 Nissan Navara

Following the Department of Trade and Industry’s (DTI) move to stop the collection of the safeguard bond in the country, Nissan has adjusted the standard pricing of the recently launched Navara.

Nissan Philippines President and Managing Director Atsushi Najima said the company is welcoming the government’s move to halt the collection of the added tax.

“Nissan welcomes the decision of the Tariff Commission and Department of Trade and Industry not to implement definitive general safeguard duties on imported vehicles. We believe this move greatly benefits our customers and the automotive industry as a whole,” Najima said.

2021 Nissan Navara

Earlier, DTI issued Administrative Order No. 21-04, dismissing the petition for general safeguard measures on the importation of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles, acting on the recommendation of the Tariff Commission.  

Below is the latest pricing of the pick-up truck offering from the Japanese automaker adapted since August 12:

Nissan Navara Pro 4X

Further, Nissan stated that the buyers of the 2021 Nissan Navara from April 8 and August 11 are eligible for a non-interest-bearing rebate of the safeguard duties included in the original price announced during the launch of the pickup.

“Nissan dealerships will reach out to customers entitled to the rebate to inform and guide them throughout a timely and orderly rebate process,” the company added.

For more information on the rebate process, customers can also call the Nissan Customer Assistance Center at (02) 8403-6593.

Photos from Nissan in the Philippines

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