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Nissan Cars Price in India

Nissan car price in India starts from Rs. 5.29 lakh for Nissan Micra Activa and goes up to Rs. 2.12 crore for Nissan GTR.

Nissan has been awarded the title of the world’s largest Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer. Promoting the research and development of all-electric cars, Nissan claims that by 2021, all the cars launched under the Infiniti brand will be either hybrid or fully electric vehicles.


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About Nissan Cars

Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. is an 84-year-old Japanese (Kabushiki Gaisha) automaker that manufactures sedans, hatchbacks, SUVs, LCVs, hybrid vehicles, concept cars and all-electric vehicles. Nissan was the sixth largest automobile manufacturer in the world in 2016, behind Toyota, Volkswagen AG, Hyundai, General Motors and Ford. Nissan has its headquarters based in Nishi-Ku, Yokohama, Japan.

Initially, Masujiro Hashimoto, who has been credited as the founder of this company, launched an automobile company named Kaishinsha Motor Car Works, 107 years ago, in 1911. It was Japan’s first automobile manufacturer and launched a car named DAT; Den, Aoyama and Takeuchi were the three investors of the company. The company was renamed as DAT Jidosha & Co. 1925. After its merger with Jitsuyo Jidosha Seizo a year later, it was renamed as DAT Jidosha Seizo Co., Ltd Automobile Manufacturing Co. Ltd.

In 1928, the actual founder of Nissan, Yoshisuke Aikawa founded the Nihon Sangyo as a holding company, which included Hitachi and Tobata Casting. As DAT Jidosha Seizo got affiliated with Nihon Sangyo, it led to the emergence of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. Aikawa. These  two companies got merged in 1934 and Nissan was introduced to the world. The two decades, from 1930 to 1950, saw consistent performance from the newly formed Nissan as they produced engines, trucks and airplanes for the Japanese Army. During the Korean War, Nissan was the major manufacturer and supplier of vehicles for  the U.S. Army.

In the 1950s, after realizing the sales potential in enormous markets such as the United States and Australia, Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. introduced the first eve Datsun Bluebird compact sedan, which become the benchmark model and inspiration for many of the models launched by Nissan in the years to come. After forming the U.S subsidiary Nissan Motor Corporation U.S.A., they introduced new, improved and technologically advanced models in the sedan and sports car segments like Datsun Fairlady Roadsters, Datsun 510, the infamous race-winning 411 series and the legendary Datsun 240Z. As the millennium approached its end, Nissan broadened its horizons and expanded its operations to countries like Mexico (Nissan Mexicana), Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and the United States. For the benefit of their European customers, Nissan set up manufacturing units in Volos, Greece, and Sunderland, England.

With the beginning of a new millennium and a new era, Nissan formed new and strong bonds with companies like Renault, Daimler AG, AvtoVaz and Dacia, and formed the Renault-Nissan Alliance. After adding their operations in India through the subsidiary Nissan Motor India Pvt. Ltd., in 2005, Nissan and Renault established a joint manufacturing unit in Chennai, India, in 2008.

As of 2017, Nissan leads the electric vehicle manufacturing segment of the global automobiles market as their all-electric concept car, Nissan LEAF was the top-selling fully electric car in the world, which is capable of running on highways. Currently, Nissan manufactures and distributes vehicles under four brand names.

Nissan: Majority of the Nissan car models in the sedan, SUV, sports coupe, crossover vehicles and concept cars are launched under the Nissan brand name.

Infiniti: All Nissan’s luxury models are sold under the Infiniti brand name.

Datsun: After being phased out in the 1980s, Nissan relaunched Datsun as a brand in 2013 that mainly offers hatchbacks and compact cars.

Nismo: An acronym for Nissan Motorsport International Limited, Nismo is Nissan’s in-house tuning shop.


Nissan Car Photos


At present, Nissan cars include five models in the Indian market. The Nissan car images below showcase the dynamic attributes of these vehicles and why they have taken the market by storm.


Nissan SUNNY





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Nissan GT - R


Nissan Cars – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


1. Does Nissan Motors Co. Ltd. manufacture concept cars?

Yes, Nissan manufactures concept cars. As Nissan is a part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance since its inception in 1999, they have worked in association with Renault to develop cars that function on future designs and concepts. Their main goal was to eliminate the necessary requirement of conventional internal combustion engine (I.C Engine) in automobiles. Nissan’s all-electric concept car, the 5-door hatchback Nissan LEAF is the world’s top-selling highway-capable fully electric (plug-in electric) vehicle.


2. Which is the best Nissan car in India?

Nissan has five models with multiple variants across four automobile segments. In terms of the most powerful engine, best transmission, acceleration and top speed, the Nissan GT-R will definitely rank at the top but is a sports car and attracts only a particular group of customers and admirers. Other models like Nissan Terrano, Nissan Micra and Nissan Sunny have robust engines appropriate to their chassis and built, and give optimal performance.


3. What is the range for Nissan car prices in India?

The base variant of the Nissan Micra Active is priced the lowest at INR 5.29 lakh on an ex-showroom basis in the hatchback segment while the top end variant of Nissan Micra has the highest price of INR  lakh in the hatchback segment. The Nissan car price range for the Nissan Sunny extends from INR 7.05 lakh to INR 10 lakh. The SUV Nissan Terrano is priced between INR 10 lakh and INR 14.65 lakh. The legendary Grand Prix racing sports coupe Nissan GT-R has a price tag of INR 2.12 crore.


4. Can I get an option of automatic transmission with the Nissan new car variants in India?

Yes, definitely. Three variants of the Nissan Micra (petrol version), one variant each of Nissan Terrano (108 BHP Diesel version) and Nissan Sunny (100 BHP Petrol version), and Nissan GT-R are equipped with automatic transmission. Apart from Nissan GT-R, all variants have been afforded a 5-speed or 6-speed (Terrano) automated manual gearbox. The GT-R boasts a 6-speed dual clutch fully automatic transmission gearbox.


5. What is the average mileage offered by Nissan vehicles?

All variants of Nissan cars are adequately fuel efficient. The Nissan Terrano returns an average fuel economy of 19.7 kmpl with its diesel variants and 13.84 kmpl with the petrol iterations. The sedan Nissan Sunny offers a mileage of 17.23 kmpl (petrol) and 21.75 kmpl (diesel). Nissan Micra has a fuel efficiency of 19.8 kmpl (petrol) and 23.06 kmpl (diesel) while the Micra Active returns a commendable economy of 19.49 kmpl.


6. Which safety and security features have been installed in the variants of Nissan?

Nissan India ensures a comfortable and safe driving experience for their customers by bestowing their vehicles with high-grade safety features, like driver airbag, co-passenger airbag, Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), engine immobilizer, GPS navigation, central locking, speed-sensing automatic lock, child safety lock, hill assist, brake assist, electronic stability program, power door lock, turn indicators on ORVMs, rear wiper, headlamp beam adjuster, rear parking sensors, and cruise control.


7. Why is the price of Nissan GT-R so high?

Unlike its fellow cars in the range offered by Nissan, the GT-R isn’t a performance based car for city commute or occasional long drives. It falls under the Gran Turismo category with other famous coupes like Ford Mustang, Maserati GranCabrio & BMW M4. The GT-R is the fastest amongst all these sports vehicles making the leap from 0 to 100 kmph in a mere 3 seconds and a top speed of 315 kmph. Its high price of INR 2.12 crore is apt for its stature.


8. When can we expect the introduction of hybrid or concept cars of Nissan in India?

World’s top-selling all-electric highway-compatible vehicle manufactured by Nissan, the Nissan LEAF is expected to be introduced in the Indian market late in the monsoon of 2019. There have been speculations and doubts as Indian roads aren’t equipped for an all-electric concept car.


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