Nissan Cars Price List in India March 2019

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Nissan Evalia

Nissan Evalia

  • 31 Used cars
  • 2012-2015
  • Petrol,Diesel
  • Latest Post: 3 Jul, 2017

Nissan Micra / Micra Active

Nissan Micra / Micra Active

  • 643 Used cars
  • 2010-2017
  • Automatic,Manual
  • Petrol,Diesel,CNG
  • Latest Post: 12 Aug, 2017
Nissan Terrano

Nissan Terrano

  • 335 Used cars
  • 2012-2017
  • Petrol,Diesel
  • Latest Post: 3 Jul, 2017

Nissan 370Z

Nissan 370Z

  • 5 Used cars
  • 2014-2015
  • Manual
  • Petrol

Nissan Sunny

Nissan Sunny

  • 450 Used cars
  • 2003-2017
  • Automatic,Manual
  • Petrol,Diesel
  • Latest Post: 24 Sep, 2017

Nissan X-Trail

Nissan X-Trail

  • 52 Used cars
  • 2004-2012
  • Manual
  • Diesel
  • Latest Post: 3 Jul, 2017
Nissan Teana

Nissan Teana

  • 48 Used cars
  • 2007-2014
  • Automatic
  • Petrol
  • Latest Post: 3 Jul, 2017
Nissan Leaf
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Latest News about Nissan Cars

Thanks to Canto, Nissan's future EVs will 'sing' to pedestrians to avoid engine noise

Future electric cars from Nissan might alert the pedestrians by making use of an artificial sound akin to singing. Dubbed "Canto", the audio warning system addresses the major shortcoming of electric cars which are known to be near noiseless, posing a threat of accidents to the pedestrians, especially the blind and visually impaired. The Canto, so far, is the most effective way to alert the ... Read more

Nissan Leaf Nismo Concept showcased at Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Leaf EV has got a Nismo treatment as the company recently unveiled the Nissan Leaf Nismo Concept at the Tokyo Motor Show. Basically, the new car has received a sporty makeover with a retuned suspension, dual-tone split-spoke wheels, red accents, and pronounced front air intakes. However, the performance specs of the vehicle are not revealed. It is also not clear yet when the Leaf Nismo ... Read more

Renault-Nissan JV is killing the EV market with their cars

Renault-Nissan today has the largest share of the EV market in Europe. Because one out of every four EVs in Europe is the Renault-Nissan make EV car. Renault-Nissan alliance has made the mark of selling the 350,000th electric vehicle, the counting of which started from December 2010, with the onset of the Nissan LEAF sale. The alliance achieved the milestone recently in August. Read more

Latest Reviews for Nissan Cars

<exterior> Cool. It looks magnificent with the grade. It is sophisticated and looks good. I like it. If I could ask more, I would like to add Mode Premier's dual exhaust muffler. <interior> With ...Read more

  • Rating : 4.7
  • Review by Japanese user
  • Date : 18, Jan 2017

<exterior> It seems there are pros and cons, but I think this is cool. I am very happy with it; I think it is well balanced. <interior> This has a high-end feel, and it has all the equipment ...Read more

  • Rating : 3.7
  • Review by Japanese user
  • Date : 9, Jan 2017

<exterior> Everyone has different taste, but this doesn't look like a typical SUV. It is difficult to drive because of the fenders sticking out. <interior> This is more than enough for the price. ...Read more

  • Rating : 3.5
  • Review by Japanese user
  • Date : 9, Jan 2017

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About Nissan Cars


Nissan cars comprise of a huge segment of the international automobile marketplace. Their range of wheels varies from mass production models all the way to sports vehicles relating to a huge consumer spectrum. Nissan is looking to grab the top spot with the booming Indian automotive market.

Nissan cars pushing for the top spot in the Indian market:

Nissan Motor Company Ltd. is a global leader in automobile industry basing from Yokohama, Japan. Other than manufacturing automobiles as Nissan cars and badging, they also include Infiniti and Datsun models for international sales.

Making of a Japanese automobile giant:

Founding father Masujiro Hashimoto's automobile manufacturing brainchild takes form in 1911 as the Kaishinsha Motor Car Works. This was Japan's first automobile manufacturing company pre-dating Toyota. 1914 their first automobile taking sales with the model name DAT. Renaming as Kaishinsha Motorcar Co. Ltd. in 1918 and DAT Jidosha Co. Ltd. in 1925, DAT continues to be their model series badging. The same year also saw a merger with Jitsuyo Jidosha Co. Ltd. Till 1925, Lila series light trucks and passenger cars were a part of their production until 1926 for World War 1. In 1931, the first Datsun badging comes into the market with a small passenger car naming Type 11.

The Nissan cars only come into fray in 1933 when Nissan Zaibatsu or conglomerate separates their automobile part producing section and merges it with DAT after taking control of it. The same year Datsun garners the license to manufacture Austin 7s. While Datsun continues production, Nissan succeeds in a license to assemble and sell 2,000 Austin models in Japan.

Nissan models expanded to the Australian markets in 1960. They were among the first overseas manufacturers to setup up a foreign subsidiary firm for assembling and selling cars under their marquee. 1966 saw Nissan merge with Prince Motor Company producing upmarket Skyline and Gloria models. They continued with the Datsun badging. Nissan's tryst with sports manufacturing also remains a hallmark in automobile history with models such as Datsun 240Z.

International automobile powerhouse:

1999 saw the Nissan-Reliance partnership coming into play. Either company holds varying degrees of voting stake in corporate decisions. Together, Reliance-Nissan is the 4th largest automobile manufacturer globally with Nissan cars alone being 6th largest.

Nissan's models have a global market spread. They hold leading market shares in the largest automobile markets around including USA, China, Russia and also India. Nissan also leads in global all-electric vehicle notching up sales figures above 300,000.

Brand Nissan:

Nissan has a complete range of offerings across multiple modern vehicular segments. Their brand value is neither specific to mass production budget cars or to high-performance models. Instead, their brand value relies comprehensively on singular model specific functions. Irrespective of the consumer spectrum, Nissan aims at manufacturing models which can live up to expectations as the pinnacle of the model specifics. Nissan means everything relating to the automobile industry, from their Leaf EVs to their Sunny passenger cars to GT-R high-performance machines.

Nissan cars in the Indian market:

The Japanese are closing in on shifting to top gear with a 40% increase in 2017 Indian market sales figures. Nissan Motor India brings 5 models to this market and they look to expand their market reach which already includes 160 dealers across 141 cities. Nissan cars have a 5% share in this segment and they're looking into further expansion.

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