Nissan Motor India, a 100% subsidiary of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., Japan, have announced that their new Sports Utility Vehicle, Nissan Terrano will be launched in Indian markets during the current financial year. Based on the existing Renault Duster, Nissan revealed the first official sketch of Terrano earlier this week. Which of the two do you think looks better?
Nissan India is expected to launch their new SUV, based on the Renault Duster, in India later this year. It is now revealed that this Nissan SUV is going to be christened as Terrano. This is not the first time that Nissan will be using the name Terrano, they have already used this name for previous generation of Mistral, Pathfinder and Juke models in various countries.
Nissan has confirmed that world premiere of their low-cost Datsun brand will take place in India on 15th July 2013. Apart from this, there is a very good chance that they will show the first Datsun car to the world on that day. Codenamed K2, this new small car from Nissan’s Datsun, is scheduled to be shown in production ready guise during the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo.
French automakers, Renault recently clarified that though they were in talks with Japanese automakers Mitsubishi Motors Corp for limited cooperation in the past, these talks had been inconclusive, and never led in the direction, thus ruling out any alliance.
Back in March this year, Nissan revealed their facelifted Micra hatchback in Bangkok. They now reveal the European version of the same, and surprisingly, it is different from the one showed in Thailand. India too is going to get the new Micra, sooner than you expect, and the one in the images here is what we will get.
Nissan, Japan’s third major auto manufacture had a joint agreement with Renault, the second largest car maker of France, where product sharing was concerned. However, this agreement is likely to come to an end where the sharing of vehicle platforms, engines and other auto components were concerned.
Nissan has announced to recall a total of 841,000 cars globally, of which 763,000 units are of their small car Micra. The reason of recall, is over uncertain steering wheel fixtures. Nissan India too announced a recall of over 22,000 units of Micra and Sunny, but this is not part of that recall, as it was over a faulty brake cylinder.
Nissan India has announced a new recall pertaining to their customers in India who own Micra hatchback and Sunny sedan. The total number of Nissan car’s affected, stand at 22,188. The reason for recall, is to replace the master brake cylinder.