Now available in a BSVI format, the Nissan Kicks continues to rival the likes of Kia Seltos, 2020 Hyundai Creta, MG Hector and Mahindra Scorpio.
The unfavourable circumstances prevelant across the globe has pushed many contries into a lockdown, where in the people have been confined to their homes, while businesses, like that of car retail, have been suspended temporarily. Currently, with some relaxations in the lockdown, car dealerships in some parts of the country have reopened but the complete retail chain of manufacturers are yet to resume operations. No wonder, then, that most carmakers have been aggressively promoting online car sales. Nissan India, which has only two models in its lineup - BSVI Nissan Kicks and Nissan GT-R - is among the latest to join the bandwagon. The company has displayed both the vehicles virtually.
Thanks to the virtual showroom, the visitors can see all the angles of the car on display.
Thanks to the virtual showroom, visitors can get a 360-degree view of the exterior as well as the interior of the newly launched BSVI Nissan Kicks.. A brief explanation of the car’s interior and exterior features are also shown to the visitors when they click on the ‘+’ sign. The model can also be viewed in all the available colours. The BSVI Nissan Kicks is available with two engine options - 1.3-litre turbo-petrol and 1.5-litre naturally-aspirated petrol. The former outputs 156 PS and 254 Nm, while the latter offers 110 PS and 240 Nm.
Commenting on the Nissan virtual showroom in the country, Managing Director of Nissan, Rakesh Srivastava, stated,
“We are strengthening our commitment in line with our customer-centric approach by bringing the showroom experience to customers’ location through a Virtual Showroom with a digitally enabled car purchase journey. It allows our customers to experience and own our products with complete confidence, convenience and with zero physical contact.”
It is also possible to get a brief explanation of the car features by clicking on the '+' sign
In the foreseeable future, the Japanese automaker is going to inaugurate an online configurator which will allow the customers to view the vehicles in their desired configuration. Later this year, the company will launch a sub-4-meter compact SUV called the Nissan Magnite. The new moel is expected to launch in the third-quarter of the calander year and will rival the likes of Maruti Vitara Brezza and Hyundai Venue.