TOKYO -- Nissan Motor will start a service that collects data on a car's maintenance status to alert the owner when it is time to see a mechanic.
The Japanese automaker said Tuesday it will start the service in India and Japan in 2017, and expand it to other markets by 2020. New Nissans will come equipped with the monitoring system, and the company will sell dealers the necessary equipment to upgrade cars already on the road.
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