Nissan Motor India has launched a new safety campaign that includes free exterior and interior sanitization of Nissan and Datsun cars. The initiative is called ‘We Sanitize to Protect You’ and has been introduced in view of safety and wellbeing of its customers, employees and dealer partners.
Through the ‘We Sanitize to Protect You’ initiative, Nissan dealers will perform sanitazition of the exteriors and interiors of Nissan cars using anti-microbial solutions and special emphasis will be given on frequently touched areas such as the door handles, steering wheel, gear knob, parking brake, various push buttons etc. In addition to the above service, Nissan, at an additional cost, also offers a full sanitization package for Nissan cars which includes anti-microbial fogging inside the cabin, disinfection treatment to the HVAC (air-conditioning ducts), carpets, seats etc.
Nissan and Datsun customers will be contacted through various communication channels by Nissan dealerships for the service camp which starts from 15th May 2020 and lasts up to 30th June. Customers can also keep in touch with the brand during the lockdown phase using various social media channels, Nissan official website and email.
In related news, Nissan will be introducing the new BS6 Nissan Kicks in the Indian market with a new 1.3-litre turbo-petrol engine with X-Tronic CVT gearbox and is speculated to come with four trim levels with plethora of interior and exterior features such as dual-tone interior with carbon fibre finish, 8-inch touchscreen infotainment with smartphone connectivity features and voice recognition, leather seats, seat side airbags, LED projector headlamps, smart card keyless entry, fog lamps with cornering function, rain-sensing wipers, dual-tone roof, rear foglamp, and standard safety features such as central door locking, child safety locks, ABS+EBD+BA and driver and passenger airbags.
The brand has also removed the Nissan Terrano from the brand’s official listing on the website leading us to believe that the Terrano has been discontinued from the Indian market.