Nissan launches website for its LCVs
Dubai, October 13, 2010
Nissan Middle East has launched a new website dedicated to the brand’s range of light commercial vehicles (LCVs) it markets in the region.
The English language site which can be viewed at nissan-me.com/LCV includes a page for customer testimonials and a click through link that routes browsers directly into a page which includes a directory of all Nissan’s commercial fleet managers across the region.
As well as detailing all the current LCV range from the Nissan Civilian bus, Nissan Urvan (microbus and panel van) to the highly regarded Nissan Pickup with its big brother, the Nissan Navara, the site also details two types of Nissan Ambulance conversion of the Urvan and Patrol Pickup bodies.
Other tools on the site include a new facility to request an LCV test drive from any Nissan dealer in the region. Also, any current LCV promotions being conducted in the region by any Nissan dealer can be viewed.
The site also offers a new after sales section for Nissan’s light commercial vehicles. It is divided into two categories for customer service and genuine parts.
Members of the media can also access a newsroom facility which houses all the latest Nissan brand news plus still and moving images of the product range.
“The light commercial vehicle market is extremely important to Nissan and here in the Middle East we are looking to increase our market share,” said Jon Gutierrez, senior manager at Nissan’s Middle East light commercial vehicle business unit.
“LCVs are an essential part of any thriving economy and as we see the region steadily emerging from the economic down-turn we expect LCV demand to climb too. This new Nissan light commercial vehicles website will help customers research and progress their purchase and quickly locate their local Nissan LCV manager,” he added. – TradeArabia News Service
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