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 |  Nov 01 2012, 12:42 PM

Nissan is lending a helping hand to victims of Hurricane Sandy. Individuals living in FEMA-designated disaster and emergency areas are eligible for employee pricing as well as discounted financing.

These incentives start today and run until January 2 of next year. They apply to both Nissan and Infiniti vehicles. Additional discounts may be added on top of employee pricing.

The Japanese automaker has more than 225 dealers located in affected areas.

To further assist hurricane victims Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. (NMAC) will offer a delayed payment plan to new customers. In areas where it’s legal, qualified buyers can postpone payments for up to three months. Existing customers can also receive payment extensions without additional fees.

Nissan is not the only automaker that’s trying to help out. Chevrolet donated 50 Silverado pickups to the Red Cross to aid their cleanup efforts. Also, the GM Foundation donated a quarter of a million dollars to the relief organization.

Among other things, Toyota chipped in a cool $1 million. It will also match employee contributions to the Red Cross.