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Nissan finance loan to be waived for ‘unlikely’ Nissan vehicles

Nissan Finance has granted an early waiver for a $4,000 loan that would have covered the cost of financing for a range of vehicles from the automaker’s Fisker Karma to its latest GT-R.

The $1.4 million loan, announced by the automakers on Monday, comes amid mounting pressure from consumers to cut auto costs, a shift from Nissan to a leaner business model.

“Our goal is to make the cars we want,” Nissan said in a statement.

“We are committed to improving the quality and performance of our vehicles and are always looking for ways to improve the value of our portfolio.” “

The loan was part of Nissan’s plan to offer more financing for cars that would be built in the US, the company said, adding that it is working to develop a similar loan for vehicles built in other countries. “

We are committed to improving the quality and performance of our vehicles and are always looking for ways to improve the value of our portfolio.”

The loan was part of Nissan’s plan to offer more financing for cars that would be built in the US, the company said, adding that it is working to develop a similar loan for vehicles built in other countries.

This is the first time Nissan Finance will offer a vehicle financing program to consumers in the United States, the automa said.

Nissan’s announcement follows that of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) last week, which said it will waive $2,000 in interest on its $4.2 billion loan to Chrysler for the next four years.

FCA said it would use the $2.6 billion in savings to expand its U.S. operations and invest more in its assembly plants, which are currently built in Mexico.

Ford Motor Co said in May it was delaying a new $4 billion purchase of Jeep by a year to boost the automas production capacity and bolster its U