Renault-Nissan Alliance Selects AXA for EV Assistance
Renault and Nissan are readying to launch a range of new services to ensure the mobility and peace of mind of their future electric vehicle customers. AXA vehicle assistance is the first step in this global approach to preparing for the wide-scale launch of electric vehicles.
Renault and Nissan will bring customers a full set of innovative services specific to the new market, alongside conventional roadside breakdown assistance and towing. Enabling customers to get from A to B as quickly and smoothly as possible.
These services will initially be available in the 21 following European countries: France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, UK, Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland.
Vehicle assistance accounts for a full 40 percent of AXA Assistance’s business worldwide, with some four million cases. The company has prepared extensively for the opening of this promising market, both by getting its breakdown assistance partners involved and by adapting the service at its assistance platforms.
Customer deliveries of the alliance’s first 100 percent electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF have begun in December 2010 in the US and Japan to be followed by selected markets in Europe. Renault will launch its first three electric models - Kangoo Express Z.E., Fluence Z.E. and Twizy - in the second half of 2011.
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