The new version of the Nissan Connect app has 18 new features, taking the total list of features to over 50. It will be offered free of cost for the first 3 years.

Nissan India has launched a new and more intelligent version of its customer centric app, the Nissan Connect. Nissan says that the app is now even more comprehensive and gets 18 new features which are based on four key pillars i.e. control, convenience, safety & security and social sharing. Nissan will offer the Nissan Connect app services free of cost for the first three years. Also, existing Nissan customers can retrofit the interface on their Nissan cars at a cost of ₹ 15,000. Currently, the Nissan Connect app is available on the Nissan Micra, Nissan Sunny and the Nissan Terrano.

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The Nissan Connect app offers more than 50 features in total to its users. The app can give you notifications on idling run time, set speed limit alerts, offer geo-fencing along with other features. There is an emergency calling feature along with a SoS button along with track and trace, tow-away alert and automated impact alert as well.

You can also connect with other Nissan owners, make a plan for a road trip, and share it with other Nissan owners as well. One can also book service appointments, get an update on the condition of the car and should you wish to know more about other Nissan cars, the app can do that as well.

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Peter Clissold, Vice President, Marketing, Nissan Motor India Private Limited said, “The future of mobility lies in bringing innovative technologies. At Nissan, our vision is not just about bringing in better technologies but also enabling our customers to have a safe and stress-free car ownership experience. The more advanced and intelligent Nissan Connect, will enable our customers to be more confident and in control of their vehicles even when they are not in it. Nissan Connect enables 24×7 vigilance and keeps you updated on your car’s whereabouts so you can relax and go on with your life.”

The Nissan Connect app was first launched in 2017 and was developed specifically for India by Renault Nissan Technology Business Centre India (RNTBCI).

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