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In the wake of the government’s efforts to curb black money by demonetisation, Nissan has ensured that its customers don’t go through the inconvenience. The carmaker has announced that cashless payments at its dealerships will be accepted from now, for both service and purchase of parts.
The official announcement further continues that pick-up and drop of vehicles will be done free of charge. In case of an emergency, towing will also be free for vehicles under warranty, while customers will be allowed to pay through cashless methods (cheques, cards, and e-wallets) for service, repairs, etc.
This arrangement is valid for both Nissan and Datsun products.