As India rejoices over the festive season, all car makers have introduced many offers or have introduced new upgraded models of their products to lure in more customers. Festive season in India is bound to bring joys to the car manufacturers. Nissan, who has
Nissan’s most popular product in India, the Nissan Terrano, was launched on 9th Oct last year. It has completed one year in the Indian automotive market and has done quite well. Nissan, to mark the anniversary of the Terrano, has launched an Anniversary Edition
Nissan will bring its legendary sports car ripper to India, the GT-R, it is a move to strengthen the already powerful brand image of Nissan in the country. It is among the best looking sport cars in the market. Sport car fanatics who are
Nissan Evalia, one of the most popular MPVs globally hasn’t been popular in the country. Nissan had high expectations from it but the wrong pricing and flaws in the design kept buyers away from it. It is easily one of the worst performing cars
Nissan has just made an announcement that it wants to bring the electric car Leaf to India in near future. It has stated that it is open to collaborate with local manufacturers in the country to provide a charging infrastructure for the electric vehicles.
The Nissan Sunny has been a truly premium and stylish vehicle that has impressed the Indian car market with its class leading interior space. However, as all the global car majors choose to launch a new car and a lot of the able older
The Indian auto industry has come a long way and has matured into a market meant for the more stylish, spacious and comfortable cars from the earlier tiny little bare minimum, affordable cars. In such a potential growing car market, all the global auto
Nissan has launched the facelifted Sunny in India post the car was showcased at the Auto Expo 2014 earlier this year. The Sunny has been priced at Rs 7.29 lakhs (ex-showroom, Mumbai) and the facelift brings the much needed update for the sedan. Let