inventory SERVICEEmergency fuel refill.Cab Assistance.Battery Jump starting

inventory             and INR 3.5 crore on the facility.Nissan sold over 47,474 cars in FY 2014-2015 registering growth of 24.2% over the       previous financial year, making it the highest ever volume achieved by the company in India. SALIENT FEATURENissan Road Side Assistance service is provided free of cost for a period of 2 years from the     date of sale regardless of kilometres travelled, for Nissan Cars purchased on or after 14th July 2010.For Nissan customers who have purchased Nissan cars before 14 July 2010, this service will be available by paying a nominal amount.SCOPE OF SERVICEEmergency fuel refill.Cab Assistance.Battery Jump starting / replacement in run down battery.Flat tyre assistance using spare wheel.First hand assistance of technical problem over phone. Nissan opened its 189th dealer outlet in India, continuing with its momentum to set up 300 sales and service touch points across the country by end of FY-2016. Nissan India has been focusing on expanding reach and is mainly looking at upcoming tier 1 & Tier 2 cities.Nissan sold over 47,474 cars in FY 2014-2015 registering growth of 24.2% over the previous financial year, making it the highest ever volume achieved by the company in India.Engine: 3.8 L V6Horsepower: 419 kWDimensions: 4,710 mm L x 1,895 mm W x 1,370 mm HFuel tank capacity: 74 LWheel size: Front 14? diameter, 9.5? width; rear 14? diameter, 10.5? widthWarranty: 3 yrs. /100,000 miThe Nissan GT-R is a 2-door 2+2 high performance vehicle produced by Nissan unveiled in 2007. It is the successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R although no longer part of the Skyline range itself, the name having been given over to the R35 Series and having since left its racing roots.Nissan plans to launch high-end models like the Patrol SUV and GT-R sports car in India in the near future.Lost and locked key/keypad assistance.Free Towing to the nearest Nissan dealer in the event of vehicle immobilized at the roadside.Onsite technical support.Food, water & first aid as per the situation.Dealer Locator.Route guidance.Urgent message relay to friend and friend.Nissan is an automotive manufacturer that is known around the world and although Vehicles make up the company’s core they also manufacture forklift vehicles for Industrial purposes as well as outboard motors for marine purposes. Currently Nissan is the sixth largest automaker in the world and is influenced by the French automaker Renault at the company owns 43.4% of Nissan while in turn Nissan claims a 15% stake in Renault.The roots of the Nissan Motor Company started with the Kwaishinsha Motor Car Works in 1911. The company would begin development of its first production vehicle known as the DAT. The company soon started to expand its line up in the years to come as it would offer trucks as well as the Datsun passenger vehicle. The company would also change his name to the DAT Motorcar Co. in 1925. The company would continue to expand its operations as well as merge with another auto manufacturer that would be a subsidiary of Kubota. 1931 the company would introduce its latest and smallest vehicle known as the “Son of DAT” or Datsun. Throughout the 30s company by the name of Nippon Sangyo would be expanding throughout Japan as it controlled several different industrial manufacturing plants and during its expansion it would purchase controlling shares of DAT Motors. Nippon Industries would be traded as the abbreviation Nissan through the Japanese stock exchange. In 1934 Nissan Motors would be founded with its first fully integrated assembly factory in Yokohama.During the 40s Nissan Motors would go through several different changes as well as after all its vehicle production completely due to World War II. After the war was over Nissan Motor Company would acquire interest in Minsei Diesel Motor Co which would later on be taken over and form the Nissan diesel motor company. Nissan would also expand the reach into technological advancements by working with international companies such as a technological cooperation agreement with Austin Motor Company of the United Kingdom. In 1958 Nissan would start its first exportation the United States with the introduction of the passenger vehicles.Vision Nissan: Enriching people’s lives. Mission Nissan: provides unique and innovative automotive products and services that deliver superior measurable values to all stakeholders* in alliance with Renault. *Our stakeholders include customers, shareholders, employees, dealers, suppliers, as well as the communities where we work and operate.OBJECTIVESNissan aims to achieve sustainable, profitable growth. At the same time, we desire to make enduring contributions to social development as a valued and trusted member of society. Under Nissan’s corporate vision of “enriching people’s lives”, we always think what we can do to realize people’s enriching life, and make social contributions continuously in the three main areas of “supporting education”, “taking care of environment”, and “providing humanitarian relief when necessary”.In our social contribution activities at Nissan, we place great importance on the following three points:Fostering a spirit of voluntary participation among employeeswe do our best to support the social contribution activities carried out by individual employees and we encourage as many of our people as possible to get involved in the spirit of corporate citizenship, with the aim of contributing as much as possible to society through such activities.Making the best use of our corporate strengths and qualitiesSome of our contributions are financial in nature, but we also aim to go beyond this by making full use of the resources built up through our business activities, such as our expertise and our facilities, to carry out sustainable activities.Cooperating with specialized NPOs and NGOsNissan continually looks for ways to develop highly specialized programs to work with non-profit and nongovernmental organizations in order to make its social contributions all the more effective and productive.OUR OBJECTIVES TO PROVIDENissan approved vehicles with official manufacturer warrantyHigh quality Nissan genuine partsHigh quality service carried out by Nissan certified technicians with Nissan approved tools and equipment.Contribute to rebuild New Libya, and Support redevelopment of the Country.Training to the young Libyans to enhance their skills.SALES AND SERVICE QUALITYGlobal Nissan Sales and Service Quality Creating “Customer Experience Excellence”Effective management of Sales and Service Quality across all major National Sales Companies (NSC) will ensure that our customers experience the level of care that exceeds their expectations when they either purchase a new Nissan vehicle or bring their vehicle into a Nissan dealership for servicing, thereby enhancing overall customer satisfaction, advocacy, loyalty and the Nissan brand.Why and how Nissan aims to achieve Top Level Sales and Service QualityNissan has developed a strategy which forms part of our Sales Power pillar under Nissan power 88, our new midterm plan. This strategy leverages the work we have already completed over the past recent years whilst incorporating many new elements and initiatives under a new management structure and organization. Nissan has aligned these activities and developed a new Global direction for Sales & Service Quality under the banner of “Customer Experience Excellence (CEE)”, a critical element of the Nissan “Sales Power” pillar. To achieve CEE, Nissan and its dealers must treat all customers in a way that offers them a very real Top Level Sales & Service Quality experience and encourages them to return to Nissan for all their servicing needs, plus their future vehicle needs when they are ready to either replace or purchase an additional vehicle in the future. Linking the Customer Experience back to the business in this manner is critical and is the overall reason why CEE and Sales & Service Quality is under the scope of “Sales Power”.Product quality is what allows customers to drive their cars in comfort and with peace of mind over a long period. To enable real improvements in product quality, not only design phase and production phase, but also through robust partnership with suppliers, Nissan is