The subscription plan would be applicable on Nissan and Datsun products such as the Magnite, Kicks and redi-GO

Nissan India, in association with ORIX India, has rolled out the 'Nissan Intelligent Ownership Subscription Plan" in the country. The subscription plan would be applicable on Nissan and Datsun products such as the Nissan Magnite, Kicks and redi-GO. It comes with Zero Down payment, Zero Service Costs, Zero Insurance costs while covering for Vehicle insurance, Registration fee, Road tax, RTO expenses and all Maintenance costs including scheduled & unscheduled repairs, tire & battery replacement, 24x7 roadside assistance, cost of paperwork.

The Subscription plan will offer the USP of 'White Plate' and 'Buy Back option' with transparency of no hidden costs as the customer only needs to pay a nominal refundable security deposit at the start of the Subscription Plan and subsequently pay a fixed monthly fee basis of pre-selected tenure. The monthly subscription plan for Nissan Magnite ranges between Rs 17,999-25,299 while it is priced in a bracket of Rs 7.15-9.90 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom). As for Nissan Kicks, it starts from Rs 23,999 and goes as high as Rs 30,499 while the SUV comes in price domain of Rs 9.99-14.19 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom). Last but not the least, Datsun redi-GO can be availed by paying Rs 8,999-10,999 while it comes in a price range of Rs 4.00-4.96 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom).

The 'Nissan Intelligent Ownership Subscription Plan is first being introduced in the following cities in the first phase of launch: Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad and Chennai. The Phase 2 will cover cities like Bangalore, Pune and Mumbai. "Nissan as a customer-centric brand understands the dynamic lifestyles of the new age Indian customers, who seek the flexibility to maneuver amongst various ownership experiences. We have partnered with ORIX, a prominent brand in the subscription space to create the most affordable, convenient and enjoyable car ownership experience, the new way to ownthe all-new Nissan MAGNITE, Nissan KICKS and Datsun redi-GO through the Subscription Plan." says Rakesh Srivastava, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India.

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