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Nissan revs up subscriptions as car-sharing takes back seat

Fear of infection drives consumers to low-cost personal vehicles

Nissan's ClickMobi subscription program offers five models, including the X-Trail sport utility vehicle. (Photo courtesy of Nissan)

TOKYO -- Nissan Motor will expand its auto subscription service nationwide in Japan to entice customers who have soured on both new-vehicle purchases and car-sharing amid the pandemic.

Nissan launched its ClickMobi car subscription service in March, offering a car for as little as $230 a month. The service, now available in 23 of Japan's 47 prefectures as of July 1, will go national by September.

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