Executive Motoring

Nissan dangles ‘Christmas carrot’ at  customers

by Editor

November 27, 2013 | 12:00 am
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Stallion NMN, authorised Nissan distributors has called on the brand customers to take advantage of the ongoing Christmas sales campaign to buy any Nissan model of their choice from now through December 31, 2013.

The offer Stallion NMN say includes comprehensive free service package for five years or 120,000 kilometres on any select Nissan models purchased from the dealership outlets during the period.

Beneficiaries of the scheme can also enjoy irresistible incentives including free oil change, free tyre rotation, free clutch discs and free brake pads with free wiper blades as well as free belts, hoses and free shock absorbers.

Unveiling this campaign in Lagos, Amit Sharma, head of sales and marketing, Stallion NMN said the initiative is aimed at assuaging increasing requests by fleet and individual customers’ yearning to experience Nissan imaginative technology, driven by the new slogan: ‘Innovation that excites.

Titled ‘Japanese technology made more affordable,’ the offer will make available six exciting Japanese engineered Nissan variants at relatively affordable price. These vehicles include Nissan Patrol, Murano, X-Trail, Qashqai, Teana and Sentra.

Sharma explained further that the Nissan Yuletide sales seeks to help more customers drive the brand without necessarily incurring unnecessary maintenance cost during the first five years or 120, 000km.

He said: “We understand the evolving needs and preferences of our customers going by the overwhelming requests we have received so far but our objective is to provide the best of products and services to customers to enable them enjoy value-added experience.”

This offer is the second in a row since Stallion NMN was named the new Nissan national sales company in May 2013. Sources from the dealership stated that Stallion NMN hopes to raise the ante and woo more patrons across the country for modern Nissan vehicles.

“Our obligation is to make ownership of Nissan an enjoyable experience and we recognise the importance of excellence both in the quality of our vehicles and in after sales service. We are resolute and keen on repositioning Nissan to become Nigeria’s preferred brand,” Sharma said.

He underlined that “We have retrained all our service technicians in multiple auto repair disciplines and acquaint them extensively in Nissan’s always-changing technology and I am proud to say we have some of the best technicians who are trained to handle auto-repair jobs without much ado.”

A robust brand with exceptional range of vehicles cutting across various applications, Nissan is currently ranked sixth among the largest automakers that include Toyota, Volkswagen Group, Hyundai Motor Group, Ford, General Motors.


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