Nissan Announces Price Hike Of Up To ₹ 15,000 From January 2018

Login   |  Register Now

Follow us with

Nissan Announces Price Hike Of Up To ₹ 15,000 From January 2018

Posted on : Wednesday 20th of December 2017

Total 1 News Image

Japanese auto major Nissan is the latest of the auto manufacturers to announce a price hike for the new year. The automaker announced that all models under the Nissan and Datsun brand will see a price increase of up to ₹ 15,000 with effect from January 1, 2018. The price hike will vary depending on the variant of the model. The reason for the increase was cited to offset the increasing input and manufacturing costs by the automaker.

Speaking about the price increase, Nissan Motor India - Managing Director, Jerome Saigot said, "With the rise in input and manufacturing costs, Nissan has decided for a price hike across all Nissan and Datsun models with effect from January 1, 2018. The revised pricing will help us to optimize our manufacturing efficiencies and continue to serve our customers pan India."

Nissan India sells a range of models in the country starting from the entry-level Micra hatchback that is priced from ₹ 4.60 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), going up to the Sunny sedan and Terrano compact SUV. Nissan also retails its flagship GT-R supercar in the country priced at ₹ 2 crore (ex-showroom). On the other hand, Datsun retails the GO, GO+ and redi-GO models in the country. Datsun's entry-level redi-GO has a starting price of ₹ 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Apart from Nissan and Datsun, carmakers including Mahindra, Isuzu, Skoda, Volkswagen, Jeep, Ford, Tata Motors, Toyota among others have all announced price hikes for the new year.

This year saw Nissan India launch the Terrano AMT with visual tweaks, while it also brought improved ownership experience with Nissan Connect app. The company also introduced waterless car washing earlier this year. Meanwhile, Datsun had an eventful year with the launch of the redi-GO 1.0-litre variant, while it hit the 1 lakh cars production milestone at the Chennai plant. The automaker is now gearing up to introduce the redi-GO 1.0 AMT version next January. The Datsun GO Cross is also likely to go on sale in India next year.

Disclaimer: The contents or any information provided here is strictly personal and way4indians.com does not hold any responsibility or liability on them. We shall endeavor to upload/publish as many of the comments that are submitted as possible within a reasonable span of time, but we do not guarantee that all comments that are submitted will be uploaded/published. Messages that harass, abuse or threaten other members; have obscene, unlawful, defamatory, libelous, hateful, or otherwise objectionable content; or have spam, commercial or advertising content or links are liable to be removed by the editors. We also reserve the right to edit the comments that do get published. Please do not post any private information unless you want it to be available publicly.

Advertisements

Copyright © 2012-2018, All rights Reserved   |  www.way4indians.com  |  This Logo is a trademark of Way4Indians. For Enquires, please contact : info@way4indians.com