Nissan India offers ‘Free Foam Wash Service’ on World Environment Day 2019
* Saved 9 million litres of water since 2014
* Advanced Foam Wash Technique reduces water consumption by 45%
* Free Saplings to customers across Nissan & Datsun dealerships
Chennai, India (June 5, 2019) – Nissan, a responsible corporate citizen and committed towards the environment, today announced ‘Free Foam Wash Service’ for its customers in India. Through an innovative foam-wash technique, Nissan aims at conserving around 1 million litres of water from June 5-11, 2019. All Nissan and Datsun customers can get their cars foam-washed across Nissan and Datsun service centres in India.
Guided by its corporate vision of enriching people’s lives, Nissan India introduced this innovative foam wash technique in 2014. The method uses 45 percent less water per car as compared to the conventional car wash that consumes 162 litres, thereby reducing overall water consumption. Around 9 million litres of water has been saved ever since the introduction of this eco-friendly technique by Nissan in India. The wash technique also saves time and increases the gloss & shine in cars by 30%.
Commenting about the initiative, Atul Aggarwal, General Manager, After Sales, Nissan India said, “Nissan India has always believed in providing the best-in-class After Sales services to our customers. Services which not only offer value for money but are also consistent with our vision to conserve and sustain the environment. Through this innovative and best-in-class foam wash initiative, we not only save our customers’ time but also conserve large quantities of water.”
Reaffirming its commitment to the environment, Nissan India plans on celebrating World Environment Day 2019 by distributing saplings from June 5-11, 2019 amongst its valued customers across both Nissan & Datsun dealerships.
“Underlining our commitment towards sustainable mobility, we believe in offering value -added services which reiterate our commitment towards providing sustainable solutions to our consumers”, he further added.