For the festive season Nissan India has announced a bunch of lucrative offers on Nissan and Datsun models for customers on new car purchase. The scheme will be effective from September 5. These festive offers benefits up to 71,000 on Nissan models and up to 16,000 on Datsun models. For the festive season Nissan India has announced a bunch of festive benefits on Nissan and Datsun models for customers on new car purchase. The scheme will be effective from September 5. These festive offers benefits up to 71,000 on Nissan models and up to 16,000 on Datsun models.
Nissan offers benefits up to INR 71,000 which include free insurance, a corporate offer of INR 6,000 and an exchange bonus of INR 20,000. Datsun is offering benefits of up to INR 16,000 on GO+, up to INR 14,500 on GO, and up to 13,000 on redi-GO (800cc) which include free insurance and a corporate offer of INR 2,000 on these Datsun models.
Similarly, there are benefits up to INR 39,000 on the Micra MC, and up to INR 34,000 on Micra Active which include free insurance, an exchange bonus of INR 10,000 and a corporate offer of INR 4,000.
customers will get one gold coin as a festive offer on every new Nissan and Datsun car purchase during this month and financing options are available at 7.99% through NRFSI*.
Talking about these customer-centric initiatives, Satinder Singh Bajwa, director – sales, network, CQ & POC, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. said, “Nissan India is always focused on making the buying experience memorable. We are excited to roll out these offers to make this year’s festive season all the more enjoyable for our customers.”
Also there is an lucky draw offer. If customer will book a car on or before September 19 they will get a chance to win a free car. Nine lucky winners each for Nissan and Datsun stand a chance to win a car through this festive offer.
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Datsun is also offering an additional discount of INR 6,000 on the Datsun redi-GO for government employees under its ‘Pillars of India’ program.