Japanese carmaker Nissan has inked a pact with MyTVS, a brand owned by TVS Automobile Solutions (TVS ASPL), to strengthen its service network in India.
Together with MyTVS, Nissan plans to have eight authorised service points in Tamil Nadu, in addition to its own dealers network of 23 outlets, to improve customer access to car service.
"Increased options and more convenient access to car servicing makes our customers happier. Our partnership with MyTVS shows Nissan's unwavering commitment to improving convenience and satisfaction for our customers," Nissan India Operations President Guillaume Sicard said in a statement.
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Nissan began sales of redi-GO, its third Datsun model in India, earlier this month so the option of having greater access to car servicing adds to the appeal of buying a Datsun vehicle for prospective customers, the company said.
"This is an important tie-up for us which helps expand our presence and enjoy various synergies that are generated between our companies that add value for our customers," Srinivas Raghavan Executive Director MyTVS said.
Nissan aims to double its reach by 2017 with a total presence of 300 dealers throughout India, aiming to grow its network to cover 95 per cent of the population.