Are Nissan warranties transferable?

If I buy a used Nissan that’s only a year and a half old, will the warranty transfer to me after I buy the car? I know some car warranties only work for the original owner, but I’m hoping Nissan’s policy is different.

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on Jul 19, 2022
In some cases, yes! Nissan warranties are transferable to new vehicle owners provided that the original buyer owned the car for at least six months. This means that you’ll likely be able to transfer the warranty for the car to your name.
It should also be noted that you can’t transfer the warranty if the vehicle is registered in another country. So if the vehicle was originally purchased in Canada and you reside in the U.S., the warranty won’t transfer.
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