Nissan India announces its sales report for August 2021. The company sold a total of 3,209 units for the given period for Nissan. The Datsun range sold 810 units in the month. The growth, when compared to last year, calculates to a staggering 296 per cent. Nissan mentioned that the all-new Magnite has been instrumental in revamping the sales figure. In addition to this, Nissan India has also added 18 new service workshops in 18 new locations. This will ensure that the carmaker has its presence in more diverse regions.
Demand To Grow Further In Upcoming Festive Season
With the festive season just around the corner, Nissan will expect that the demand to increase further. In addition to this, the Covid-19 situation is also under control, encouraging more customers to visit the showrooms. Nissan India has also mentioned the shortage in the supply of semiconductor chips. And due to this, the production has taken a hit.
Nissan India’s Various Customer-Centric Schemes
To enable a hassle-free and seamless customer service experience, Nissan India has launched a slew of initiatives. Customers can take advantage of Nissan Service Cost Calculator that helps the customers to check service cost online. This ensures complete transparency and provides peace of mind for the customers. Given the current times when most of the work is being shifted to the Work-From-Home mode, Nissan also offers a wide range of online and home pickup services. Customers can now use Nissan ‘Book a Service’ and Nissan ‘Pick-up and Drop-off’ service. This helps in reducing the risk of infection and minimizes disruptions in the schedule of customers.
And for the customers requiring a fast and quick comprehensive service experience, they can use ‘Nissan Express Service’. With this, the customers can get their car serviced in just 90 minutes. Nissan’s Roadside Assistance Service is now available across 29 states covering close to 1500+ cities.
- Nissan India adds 18 new workshops in 18 new cities.
- Nissan Exports Magnite from India to Nepal, Indonesia & South Africa.