The Nissan Urvan, the much-loved business vehicle in the country for many years now, is proof that a great time already begins as soon as you get on the van. Thus, the journey should be as enjoyable as the fun that beckons at the chosen destination.
Universal Motors Corp. (UMC), the official distributor of the Urvan, believes that long drives shouldn’t put a strain on passengers, but rather a trip to look forward to. The great pleasures ahead can only make the trip complete.
Fun for the passenger
Motivated by such mindset, UMC dedicates itself to endeavors that would make riding the Urvan nothing but an experience to remember. Riding the Urvan provides more than just the typical travel as it has been designed to ensure the comfort of each passenger. The DVD player and monitors make long drives even more enjoyable in the Urvan Entertainment Edition (dealer option). There are no dull moments as movie marathons lighten the mood and become a bonding opportunity for family and friends.
And because the Urvan is WiFi-equipped, it’s possible to stay connected no matter how far the journey is. With tablets and phones, passengers can post a Facebook status about a funny experience during the road trip, tweet about their itinerary to tell everyone about their adventures, or Instagram all the scenic sights they see and scrumptious food they eat. What’s more, they can Skype with that friend who is missing the trip, or that family member who is miles and miles away.
Make it look more fun
At the customer’s option, Nissan Urvans with “It’s more Fun in an Urvan” designs are available to engage more passengers into a delightful travel. Current Urvan owners may ask their Nissan sales professional on how to avail of the “It’s More Fun” design as a free update. This is an endeavor to freshen up their vehicle’s look for trips that are more fun, the design to reinforce the popular use of the Urvan as an urban shuttle or tourist transport. One of the reasons for such use is the combination of features that make it suitable for an entertaining and comfortable travel.
The “It’s More Fun in an Urvan” campaign, more than just making the vehicle more attractive, is one of the ways UMC communicates with its customers and the public.
According to assistant vice president for corporate communications and marketing Honeymae Limjap, UMC wishes to prove that the Urvan could change the everyday monotony. “At UMC, we value the entire journey of the passenger. That’s why we want them to feel that the moment they step into the Urvan, a pleasurable trip has already begun,” she said.
A fun van for Philippine business
The Nissan Urvan comes in several configurations to provide the most optimal kind of transport for one’s preference. Available in 12-, 15-, 18- and 21-seater variants, the Filipino’s favorite van provides both maximum utility and comfort.
The 12- or 15-seater Urvan is perfect for public transport operations to service the growing demand for safe and reliable commuter vehicles to the country’s growing workforce. The 18- or 21-seater versions, on the other hand, could seat quite a number of passengers but still provide each with an unmatched riding experience through the Urvan’s entertainment features.
For more information, visit your Nissan dealer or contact Universal Motors Corp., the official distributor of the Nissan Urvan, at 8100151 or visit www.nissanphilippines.com.ph. Source: Universal Motors Corp.
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