Despite adding Datsun to its fold, sales of Nissan Motors India during the month of July 2014 stood at just 2,913 units. Nissan has also added 3 new products in the past few months but yet has failed to capture the attention buyers in the country.
Japanese automakers, Nissan Motor Co will replace their Micra small car in India by a new car. Coming into markets sometime in 2016, this new development has been confirmed by Andy Palmer, Chief Planning Officer, and Executive VP, Nissan.
Nissan NP300 Navara pickup was unveiled in Thailand early last month and more technical details of the pickup was recently revealed. Mechanical upgrades on 2015 Navara is noticed to be deviated from traditional pickup equipment, and more SUV friendly, like the five-link rear suspension. This among other reasons hinted at Navara based SUV to be in works, which is now confirmed.
Nissan NP300 Navara was unveiled in Thailand in June 2014 and a good amount of details about the pickup was revealed. Now more information, specifications have come to light, suggesting what could be offered in Malaysian market later on.
Honda Mobilio was launched today in India, a new entrant to the MPV segment. Though it is labelled primarily as Maruti Ertiga rival, Mobilio will go beyond as well, to assail Toyota Innova. Much like other machines in Honda’s stable, Mobilio’s entry will influence buyers to shift segment, thanks to a lot of factors that will be mentioned down the page. It is likely thatĀ rest of MPVs surviving in under Rs. 10 lakh bracket will take a hit.
Nissan India has yet again updated their Evalia MPV. Now featuring a new front grille and a revised dashboard, new Evalia comes in six variants, in a price range of Rs 8.49 lakhs – 10.67 lakhs, ex-showroom New Delhi.
Vinay Piparsania, Executive Director, Marketing, Sales and Service, Ford India views the Union Budget as growth oriented, presenting a progressive roadmap to spur investments and infrastructure development.
Datsun on-Do sedan for Russia styled in Japan and engineered specifically for Russia was launched earlier this week. Datsun on-Do production at AvtoVAZ Tolyatti plant adds to the production line-up with Lada Granta also coming out of here. Datsun’s Russian sedan reaches dealerships in the second half of July at a price of 329 000 rubles (loosely equates to Rs 5.75 lakhs).