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Nissan’s Homely Shopping Centre Unveiled in Lagos

By: DOROTHY NEJE

[dropcap]S[/dropcap]tallion Motors, Nigeria’s main franchisee for Nissan, has secured in Victoria Island, Lagos, a gigantic and tastefully furnished multipurpose edifice to enable customers to buy, service  and source spare parts for Nissan brand in a cozy, friendly and conducive environment.  

Stallion NMN LTD. Sales Manager, Gaurav SHETTY, conducting Motoring-World team round the complex
Stallion NMN LTD. Sales Manager, Gaurav SHETTY, conducting Motoring-World team round the complex

During a courtesy visit to Stallion Motors last week, Motoring World editorial team confirmed that the location, furnishing and glassy offices structure supported by a friendly reception is an exclusive package to avail customers one-stop shopping convenience.

Nissan Centre: It's like a tour of Luxury Motor Show
Nissan Centre: It’s like a tour of Luxury Motor Show

According to Mr. Parvir Singh, Managing Director, Stallion NMN Limited, who received Motoring World’s team during the visit, construction of the new facility is in line with Stallion Group’s business expansion plan to provide a higher level of customer satisfaction through integrated facility and enhanced hospitality.

Describing Nigerian market as significant to Nissan’s cardinal objective to meet global corporate identity for quality service and customer satisfaction, Mr. Singh said “Nissan’s global objective has conveyed the responsibility of repositioning and enhancing Nissan’s influence in Nigeria on Stallion NMN.”

The Nissan one-stop auto shopping Centre, incorporates meeting room, management office, Accounting offices, sales office  and administrative offices as well as modern and spacious showrooms built to standard with generous theatre-

like display arena and a cantilever exhibition platform on the second floor capable of holding up to 10 vehicles at a time with a quick service facility, canteen, offices and conference room.

Parvir Singh, MD, Stallion NMN Limited captured by Motoring World's camera during the visit
Parvir Singh, MD, Stallion NMN Limited captured by Motoring World’s camera during the visit

While ground floor entrance to the edifice is  fitted with automatic doors, behind the reception desk is an imposing Nissan badge welcoming customers and visitors alike. And other facilities such as coffee bar, wide-screen TV and Wifi service are also available to make customers feel homely while shopping or inspecting displayed Nissan vehicles.

Nissan’s genuine parts center will ensure reliable all-time availability for genuine parts and the service centre will offer periodic maintenance services and all mechanical repair jobs.

The new Nissan Showroom located in Victoria Island  is the third in the series, after others already established at the Gbagada – Lagos and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.  Indeed, from what Motoring World editorial team witnessed last week, Nissan’s Victoria Island facility will not only assist customers to evaluate the Nissan models, but will also ensure faster and efficient service for Nissan vehicles they already own.

 

 

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