COVID-19 Lockdown Impact: Nissan India introduces online vehicle booking process
Automaker Nissan India on Thursday said it has launched a new digital initiative enabling customers to book and buy vehicles online amid coronavirus pandemic
New Delhi: Automaker Nissan India on Thursday said it has launched a new digital initiative enabling customers to book and buy vehicles online amid coronavirus pandemic.
The company's SUV Kicks and entire Datsun range can now be booked online, Nissan India said in a statement.
"We are strengthening our commitment in line with our customer-centric approach by bringing the showroom experience to customers' location through a virtual showroom with a digitally enabled car purchase journey," Nissan Motor India Managing Director Rakesh Srivastava said.
It allows customers to experience as well as own products with complete confidence, convenience and with zero physical contact, he added.
Krishna, who became the first Indian woman to bag an individual gold in the CWG by winning the discus throw event in the 2010 Delhi Games, is now admitted at the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences hospital.
Empty tankers will begin their journey from Kalamboli and Boisar railway stations in and near Mumbai on Monday to load liquid medical oxygen in Vizag, Jamshedpur, Rourkela and Bokaro, officials said
People who are getting married in this period will be issued special passes. Such passes will also be available for people heading to airports, railway stations, and other such important areas