Nissan India Launches More Advanced NissanConnect
NissanConnect comes at zero subscription charges for three years and is available across the Nissan range of cars – Micra, Sunny and Terrano.
NissanConnect comes with three years of free subscription and one year warranty and is available across the Nissan range. (Image: Nissan)
Nissan India introduced the more advanced version of NissanConnect - an integrated information and communication platform that embodies Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision, now comes with additional 18 features. NissanConnect comes at zero subscription charges for three years and is available across the Nissan range of cars – Micra, Sunny and Terrano.
NissanConnect gets key features such as SoS, Track & Trace, Tow-Away Alert, Vehicle low battery Alert, Automated Impact Alert including Harsh Acceleration Alert, Sudden Turn Alert and Sudden Brake Alert Curfew Alert and Geofencing with multiple entry/exit provide robust safety & security solution to the vehicle.
Peter Clissold, Vice President -Marketing, Nissan Motor India Private Limited said, “The future of mobility lies in bringing innovative technologies. At Nissan, our vision is not just about bringing in better technologies but also enabling our customers to have a safe and stress-free car ownership experience. The more advanced and intelligent NissanConnect, will enable our customers to be more confident and in control of their vehicles even when they are not in it. NissanConnect enables 24x7 vigilance and keeps you updated on your car’s whereabouts so you can relax and go on with your life.”
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Launched in 2017, NissanConnect is developed specifically for the Indian market by Renault Nissan Technology Business Centre India (RNTBCI). It enables NissanConnect user to be connected to his or her family through the car. NissanConnect is a factory fitted Connected Car Technology solution with an embedded Telematics Control Unit. It is paired with an inbuilt SIM for every car and operates on a dedicated server for safe & secured data.
The recently conducted Nissan Connected Families of India Survey (in partnership with Kantar IMRB), found that 53% respondents wanted to stay connected to their families, even while driving. It also revealed that there was a significant demand for the features offered by NissanConnect. From over-speeding notifications to geo fencing, consumers want to be aware of the status of their car.
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