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Nissan’s opens its First High Performance Centre in Noida

Nissan’s opens its First High Performance Centre in Noida

Snapshot: Nissan India has inaugurated its first official Nissan High Performance Centre (NHPC) for the 2017 GT-R in the country.

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Nissan India has inaugurated its first official Nissan High Performance Centre (NHPC) in the country. The NHPC will provide exclusive sales and service for the 2017 Nissan GT-R and it will be the only showroom in the country to have the 2017 Nissan GT-R on display and for sale. With its exciting product, Nissan has taken its commitment to a whole other level. The NHPC is located in Noida in Delhi-National Capital Region.

Arun Malhotra, Managing Director, Nissan Motor India said, “I am delighted to inaugurate Nissan’s first High Performance Centre in India. The Centre shows our commitment to bringing Nissan’s best global products to India and our unwavering commitment to provide world-class service to our customers. The NHPC takes pride in its technicians’ ability to provide unique, global standards of technical assistance to Nissan GT-R owners across India. This iconic sports car deserves no less than our very best.”

Speaking on the occasion, Nissan's Chief Product Specialist for the GT-R, Hiroshi Tamura said, “The Nissan GT-R is the ultimate symbol of Nissan driving pleasure and it requires the highest standards of service and care to deliver peak driving excitement. The staff at the NHPC in Noida have had rigorous training in Japan to provide the world-class level of service to GT-R customers. And I know the NHPC team shares the same passion and enthusiasm for the new 2017 GT-R as our customers here in India.”

Each member of the Nissan High Performance Centre has received conscientious training in Japan and additionally, mobile technicians titled as “’flying doctors” will be on call to make on-site visits to help GT-R owners anywhere in the country. These highly trained technicians for the sports car are able to identify troubleshoot faced by GT-R customers and suggest the right course of action. Recently, Nissan launched the all-new 2017 GT-R in India.

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