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Nissan and Datsun Cars now on Sale via Canteen Stores

Written by Nayak

Nissan India announces that all its products will now be available through the Canteen Stores Department (CSD). The defence personnel will make the most of this scheme as these CSD approved vehicles are applicable for various offers and discounts. This scheme applies to all the CSD Depots across the country. The defence personnel can avail this scheme from the comfort of their home as well.

Nissan’s digital platform Shop@Home allows the customers to book their desired vehicles and avail the CSD offers by contacting their nearest dealership. The entire process of buying cars for the CSD beneficiaries is online, including selecting vehicles, uploading necessary documents, payment and more.

All-new Magnite Starting From INR 4,82,308 For The Defence Personnel

Under this new scheme, a Defence Personnel is eligible for multiple offers and discounts, thus making Nissan’s range of product much more attractive. All the products of Datsun are also eligible under this new scheme. The all-new Nissan Magnite MT XE trim is available starting at an attractive price of INR 4,82,306 under this scheme. Meanwhile, the top-spec Turbo CVT XV has a sticker price of INR 8,20,981. Similarly, Datsun Redi GO A starts at INR 3,28,005 and goes all the way up to INR 5,76,582 for the GO Plus T CVT Trim. The range for Nissan Kicks under this scheme starts at INR 8,80,587 for the base XV trim and has a sticker price of INR 12,83,287.

Nissan Offers Shop@Home For Convenient Online Services

To avail of this scheme, Nissan is offering online services accessible via Shop@Home. Nissan will aim to provide transparent and affordable car services via this platform. This platform also hosts other services like a virtual showroom, virtual test drive, exchange value evaluation, financing options, and more. In addition to this, Nissan is also adding other customer-centric services like Nissan Cost Calculator, ‘Pick-up and Drop-off’ service, Nissan ‘Roadside Assistance’ and more.

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