Nissan India has revised its entire vehicle lineup in the country, ahead of the festive season. The Japanese automaker has discontinued several variants of Sunny, Micra and Terrano in India. Nissan Micra is the product that witnesses the most number of revisions, while Micra Active gets the least number of updates. Furthermore, the company has phased out three diesel variants of the Terrano SUV.
Talking about the Nissan Micra, it would now be available only with X-Tronic CVT transmission in the petrol fuel trim. The 5-speed manual gearbox has been discontinued in the Indian market. The XL and XV trims in petrol guise would be offered with CVT gearbox only. In addition, the Yokohama-based automaker has dropped the entry-level XE and top-end XVP diesel trims in the country. Just so you know, Nissan Micra XVP used to come loaded with 4-airbags. The driver airbag is standard acorss the entire variant line-up, while the XV petrol boasts of dual front airbags. Coming to the Micra Active, the base XE trim is not on sale anymore, while the XL, XV, and XV S are unchanged.
Speaking about the Sunny sedan, the XV petrol variant would now be offered with CVT gearbox as standard, instead of the mid-variant XL. The top-of-the-range XV premium variant in diesel guise, which featured leather upholstery, has been phased out. Last but by no means the least, the Terrano diesel has been reduced to just three variants: 85PS XE, 85PS XL Plus and 110PS XV Premium. The company has stopped the sales of 85 PS Terrano XL variant, 110 PS Terrano XL and 110 PS Terrano XV grades in diesel fuel trim. However, the petrol line-up is retained and doesn't see any sort of changes.