Nissan India launched Datsun Go earlier this year, aimed at grabbing a pie of Maruti’s Alto and Hyundai’s Eon, together eating about 25-30k units monthly. But, Go sales have been disappointing, averaging about 2-2.5k, with last month’s being lowest at 1,097 units.
Nissan showcased the Leaf electric car at 2012 Delhi Auto Expo. It was believed that the car would be launched in the country thereafter. But with no infrastructure in place, Nissan did not launch the world’s best selling electric car in India. Now, two years later, the topic is once again under consideration, and it seems Leaf will soon be launched in India.
Nissan GTR is soon going to be launched in India with a price tag of around 1.2 crores. Thus far owing to undesirable fuel quality and inadequate service support, Nissan did not consider bringing the successor of legendary Nissan Skyline GT-R. Now the scene appears to have turned around.
Datsun Go entry level hatchback was expected to do big numbers, somehow didn’t put up that big of a show, yet. Now, Nissan along with Renault, will bring a 2+ lakh car to India and place it beneath Go with Datsun badge.
Nissan Sunny facelift launched today at starting price of Rs. 7,99,000 for diesel version (ex-showroom Delhi). Following is a brief on-paper comparison review of C segment rivals new Sunny diesel is meeting with, along with collation of technical specifications, features, price and milage. Competition includes Sunny, Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Volkswagen Vento and 2014 Ford Fiesta.
Nissan’s flagship model Sunny was just launched with upgraded styling quotient and added features. At the event, future plans, outlook on Indian market and Nissan India’s growth prospects were shared.
Nissan Sunny facelift is launched today at starting price of Rs. 6,99,000 for petrol XE variant. Sunny CVT petrol is priced at Rs. 8,91,000 and manual transmission diesel variant at Rs. 7,99,000, ex-showroom Delhi.
With automakers in India trying everything they can to entice customers back into showrooms, hefty discounts and attractive schemes are now being offered across many segments. Initially only offered on hatchbacks and sedans, automakers have now introduced discounts on SUVs such as the Duster and Terrano. Analysts consider this as the right time to buy a car.