With India gearing up for 2014 festive season, automakers are keen to cash in and reap rich rewards. Nissan and Datsun has announced discounts, attractive schemes and exchange bonuses valid during the festive season upto October 31, 2014.
2014 Ganesh festivities sees 2000 college youth from 20 city colleges reach out to Bombay ‘Mandals’ in an effort to sensitise them about environment friendly celebration options. â€˜Greeneshaâ€™ or â€˜Green Ganeshaâ€™ campaign works on creating awareness on environment friendly ways to celebrate and focuses on Nirmalya (Holy waste) collection.
For the month of August 2014, Nissan Group of India, which includes Nissan and Datsun car brands, has revealed sales of 3,999 units. This registers an increase of 60% when compared to sales registered in same month last year.
Despite adding Datsun to its fold, sales of Nissan Motors India during the month of July 2014 stood at just 2,913 units. Nissan has also added 3 new products in the past few months but yet has failed to capture the attention buyers in the country.
Japanese automakers, Nissan Motor Co will replace their Micra small car in India by a new car. Coming into markets sometime in 2016, this new development has been confirmed by Andy Palmer, Chief Planning Officer, and Executive VP, Nissan.
Vinay Piparsania, Executive Director, Marketing, Sales and Service, Ford India views the Union Budget as growth oriented, presenting a progressive roadmap to spur investments and infrastructure development.
For June 2014, Nissan India reported sales of 4,362 vehicles over 2,949 units sold in June 2013 equating to 48% sales growth. While Terrano continues to fuel sales, new Sunny sedan launch is scheduled for 3rd July, 2014.
Nissan’s global partnership with Habitat for Humanity sees the automaker work on sustainable communities in Japan, Australia, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, US, Myanmar and Vietnam.