The automobile manufacturer on Wednesday stated that it would launch a subscription service that allows drivers to switch to a different car as often as every day.
The program, called “Nissan Switch,” is scheduled to launch in the Houston area as a test run, Nissan said in a release. Drivers can choose from two tiers, “Select” and “Premium,” at $699 and $899 a month, respectively, Business Insider reported.
The Select tier will offer models like the Altima sedan and Rogue crossover, while the Premium offering includes the Maxima sedan and the Armada SUV.
According to Business Insider, to switch to a different car, drivers can “use the Nissan Switch app or text your personal concierge to schedule your switch,” according to the program’s website. Nissan will then deliver the vehicle within a specified service area.
The Netflix-like subscription Nissan says “changing up your ride is as easy as binge-watching your favorite show” joins subscription plans from other automakers like Audi, Lexus, and Mercedes-Benz.
While car-subscription plans are a convenient way to drive a variety of cars, the fun comes at a cost. An analysis from the car marketplace Edmunds said subscriptions the highest analyzed was $97,739 over the course of three years was much more expensive than traditional leases.