Nissan India announces festive season discounts of up to Rs 71,000 on Nissan and Datsun cars

Nissan and Datsun are offering benefits up to Rs 71,000 and up to Rs 16,000, respectively, along with assured gold coins with every new car purchase.

By: | Published: September 7, 2017 1:37 PM

Nissan Micra

Nissan and Datsun are offering discounts and benefits of up to Rs 71,000 on the purchase of cars from 5th September as a mark of celebration of the festive season that is soon upon us. The car manufacturers have announced benefits up to Rs 71,000 on Nissan vehicles and up to Rs 16,000 on Datsun cars. The discount benefits on Nissan cars include free insurance, an exchange bonus of Rs 20,000 and a corporate discount of Rs 6,000. The Micra is now available with benefits of up to Rs 39,000, while a discount of up to Rs 34,000 is being offered on the Micra Active. The festive benefits on both models consist of free insurance, an exchange bonus of Rs 10,000 and a corporate offer of Rs 4,000.

Datsun, on the other hand, is offering benefits of up to Rs 16,000 on GO+ MPV, up to Rs 14,500 on GO hatchback and up to Rs 13,000 on the 800 cc redi-GO. These offers include free insurance and a corporate offer of Rs 2,000. The company is also offering an additional discount of Rs 6,000 on the redi-GO for government employees under ‘Pillars of India’ programme.

Datsun redi-GO

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Apart from this, Nissan and Datsun customers will also receive an assured gold coin on every purchase during the month of September, along with financing options at 7.99 percent interest rate through NRFSI (Nissan Renault Financial Services India). Nissan and Datsun are also giving nine customers a chance to win a free car if they book a vehicle on or before 19th September.

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