There are 18 new connectivity features into the Nissan Connect suite.

Nissan Connect has been updated to offer more customer-oriented features, taking the total count to 50 connected car options. Aside from offering service booking and scheduling functions, with the update, Nissan Connect even come with an SOS alert, tow-away alert, geo-fencing, intelligent route guides and engine idle monitoring features. The Nissan Connect platform has been developed solely by its local engineers at its Renault Nissan Technology Business Centre India (RNTBCI), located at Chennai.

Peter Clissold, vice-president, marketing, Nissan India said, “Nissan Connect has been developed specifically for India on a dedicated server ensuring data security and has been developed by engineers at Nissan India. As per our survey, conducted across 20 states gauging the need for connected features in cars, 53 percent of Indians responded that they feel the need to be connected to their families while driving.”

It comes with a three-year free subscription and a 1-year warranty with purchase of every new Nissan Terrano, Micra and Sunny models. You can upgrade to Nissan Connect 1.2 as a dealer fitment for Rs 14,000 for an annual subscription.

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