Nissan India has introduced waterless car cleaning service to its dealerships today. The initiative was launched at the inauguration of the seventh edition of the 'Happy with Nissan' service campaign.
The new service intends to conserve water without compromising on the quality of service provided. This dry wash system involves the use of eco-friendly and bio-degradable chemicals to clean a car. After the application of this solution, it does not require any additional water to clean the car.
Arun Malhotra, managing director, Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd. said, “We are introducing our eco-friendly waterless car cleaning solution as part of the seventh iteration of the customer-friendly ‘Happy with Nissan’ service campaign. These efforts are just a sample of ongoing efforts to provide a peerless ownership experience for our customers across India.”
Nissan says this new car wash technique will save approximately 2.8 million litres of water during their eight-day campaign. Furthermore, it will approximately save 130 million liters per year. Many automakers are coming up with innovative ways to keep the cars shining while also attempting to reduce the needless wastage of water. Sure, such steps may not directly address the water woes faced in some parts of the country, however, conservation of water to any degree can only mean a boon for the environment.