- Also launched the 12th Edition of ‘Happy with Nissan’ to commemorate the 72nd Republic Day
NEW DELHI, India – Nissan India celebrates India’s 72nd Republic Day with 720+ new Nissan Magnite SUV deliveries to customers across dealerships in the country. This milestone was another step towards fulfilling Nissan India’s promise & commitment to the Indian market, and in significance of this special occasion, Nissan India also launched the 12th edition of ‘Happy with Nissan’ aftersales service campaign for a month.
“On the joyous celebration of India’s 72nd Republic Day, the Nissan India family commemorated this special occasion with 720+ deliveries of the all-new Nissan Magnite, an SUV built on the philosophy of ‘Make in India, Make for the World”. We thank our customers for their overwhelming response, our dealer partners for their immense support & congratulate every Indian on this special day!”, said Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India.
In this edition of ‘Happy with Nissan’, customers can avail benefits such as a free 60-point vehicle check-up, free car top wash, free oil filter for customers who could not avail the service due to the COVID-19 pandemic, up to 50% discount on select parts and accessories, and up to 20% discount on labour charges, avail best hygiene for the vehicles through antimicrobial treatment. The campaign even offers an opportunity for Nissan and Datsun customers to get a free download of the ‘Nissan Connect’ app and upgrade their existing cars to newer Nissan and Datsun models.
The all-new Nissan Magnite is currently available for bookings across all Nissan India dealerships and on its website, https://book.nissan.in/, at continued special introductory prices on most of the variants till further notice, with a complete digital experience that awaits each customer to ease their buying process. The Big, Bold, Beautiful and ‘Carismatic’ SUV is available in 20 grade line-ups and over 36 combinations, each grade walk is carefully curated to meet the aspirations of the discerning Indian customers.