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Nissan expands sales and service network ahead of Magnite launch

2nd Dec 2020 7:00 am

Nissan has also introduced virtual test drives for customers in India for Magnite and the Kicks.

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Nissan India has expanded its sales and service network in India by introducing 30 new service stations and 20 new showrooms across the country. The carmaker has also introduced virtual test drive and express service facilities for customers.  

  • 50 new touchpoints introduced across India
  • Nissan Express Service will service customer cars in 90 mins
  • Nissan will launch the Magnite SUV this month in India

New Nissan sales and service centres in India

Nissan has introduced 30 new service stations and 20 new showrooms across the country. The company says this is in line with its Nissan NEXT strategy that prioritises and invests in the Indian market for sustainable growth.

Speaking about the new touchpoints, Sinan Ozkok, president, Nissan Motor India, said “Nissan India’s focus is on improving customers connectivity by providing a seamless journey through these company-owned platforms. We are adapting and adopting the changes in the marketplace to strengthen Nissan’s commitment to the Indian customer on product and service assurances.”

Virtual test drives introduced

The Japanese carmaker has also launched a virtual test-drive facility, which is said to be a first-in-industry. This service allows potential customers to take a test drive of the upcoming Nissan Magnite from home on their personal device, along with a virtual sales consultant.

Apart from the virtual test drive, customers can also experience Nissan models via the virtual showroom. The company has introduced a vehicle configurator as well that is said to provide “a seamless exterior and interior experience of all grades, powertrain and feature combinations, including tech pack.”

Express Service introduced

The company has introduced ‘Nissan Express Service’ for customers as well. This service allows Nissan owners to get their car serviced in just 90 minutes. Nissan will also be conducting ‘Nissan Service Clinics’ in 100+ upcountry locations for customers who may not have a service centre in their proximity. Customers can book services and even check costs through the Nissan Service Cost Calculator on the brand’s website or the Nissan Connect app.

Furthermore, in view of the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing norms, the carmaker is also offering a ‘Pick-up & Drop-off’ service for its customers.

Nissan Magnite launch

Currently, Nissan India is gearing up to launch its compact SUV, the Magnite, later today. The manufacturer also sells the Kicks SUV and the GT-R supercar in our country.

Also see:

Nissan Magnite review, test drive

Nissan Magnite video review

Nissan India introduces virtual showroom experience

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