According tomedia reports, another car company recently test water subscription service, it is Nissan. The company has just launched a new subscription service, the Nissan Switch, in Houston, Texas, with two options, offering a wide range of model options, including the all-electric Nissan Leaf, Titan pickup and GT-R sportcar.
Nissan Switch has two service options: the $699/month Select package and the Premium package. The former includes Altima, Rogue, Pathfinder and Frontier models, while the latter includes Leaf Plus, Maxima, Murano, Armada, Titan and 370Z coupe. In addition, the GT-R sports car is available for customers with both packages, but it charges an additional $100 a day and can only be rented for up to a week.
Regardless of which package consumers choose, they will also be charged a $495 “membership activation fee” when they sign up for the service, after which they can get an unlimited number of car replacements (usually up to a new car a day), including delivery, cleaning, insurance, road rescue and routine maintenance.
Before Nissan, the likes of Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Porsche, Audi, Volvo, Cadillac and Jaguar had already dabbled in subscription services, and even big car rental markets such as Hertz and Enterprise began to take action.