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New Nissan Terrano Facelift set for launch by March 2017

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Nissan is getting ready to launch the new Terrano Facelift in India. The company also has plans to launch X-Trail Hybrid SUV this year.

Set to receive minor nip and tuck, the Renault Duster’s rebadged sibling, Nissan Terrano facelift will be launched soon in India, reports ET Auto. As per the report, the car will feature cosmetic updates both on its exteriors and interiors though engine specs are to remain the same.

Nissan Terrano facelift will continue to share its platform with the Renault Duster. It will be seen with new front panel, revised headlamps and new bumpers and front grille. Extensive use of chrome will also be seen throughout its makeup giving the new Terrano Facelift a premium stance. Side profile remains strikingly similar to the current Terrano while interiors receive some minor modifications only in terms of seat upholstery.

Current Terrano AMT

While engine specifications remain the same, the new Nissan Terrano Facelift will continue to be powered by a 1.6 liter petrol and 1.5 liter diesel engine. The diesel engine will be presented in two variants – base and top end.

The 1.6 liter petrol engine will offer 85 bhp power at 3,750 rpm and 200 Nm torque at 1,900 rpm while the 1.5 liter diesel engine will be in two states of tune, offering 85 PS and 110 PS peak power. These engines will be mated to 5 speed manual which will be standard with the petrol and 85 PS diesel engine while the 110 PS diesel engine gets mated to a 6 speed MT and AMT.

Existing Terrano AMT

This is the first facelift of the Nissan Terrano since it was first introduced in India in September 2013. Terrano facelift will continue to be produced from the company plant in Chennai. Post the launch, the company will be hopeful to see an increase in market share as well. Nissan India is also planning on launch of the X-Trail SUV in India which was showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo. It will be brought in via the CBU route at the start of the next fiscal (April 2017).

via ET Auto

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