Nissan India to increase prices across its range from January 1, 2019
Nissan India has issued a release stating a hike in prices of all its and Datsun models sold in India. The raised prices will come into effect from January 1, 2019. Nissan mentions that a price hike of up to 4 per cent will be applied on the Nissan and Datsun models. "In the wake of the global commodity price increase and shift in foreign exchange rates, we need to pass on the rising costs to our consumers." commented Hardeep Singh Brar, Director Sales and commercial, Nissan Motor India Pvt Ltd.
Additionally, Nissan India has announced the 10th edition of its service camp called the Happy with Nissan. This will be done across all Nissan dealerships in the country and will take place between December 14th and 24, 2018. Nissan mentions that it will be providing customers with a 60-point free vehicle check-up, free top wash, attractive discounts on accessories, up to 20 per cent discount on labour charges, apart from assured gifts. The one-week service camp will also provide customer-focussed communications about the benefits of authorised Nissan and Datsun service centers and the use of Nissan genuine spare parts, oils and accessories. More details here.
Also, Bookings for the Nissan Kicks SUV will begin in the country on December 14. The car has been revealed fully and is larger in size than the international market crossover which uses the same nameplate. The Kicks has been redesigned and re-engineered for India and is now 89mm longer. The India-spec Kicks is based on the same platform as the Nissan Terrano, and by extension the Renault Duster and Captur. The interiors are more upmarket feeling than its stablemates but seems to carry over some components from the Captur. This is evident in the instrument cluster, front seats and the climate control set-up. More on the Nissan Kicks? Read our detailed first drive review.
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