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Nissan to hike car prices in January

Posted on 14 Dec 20125,853 Views Comments

Japanese car maker to hike prices to offset rising input costs and currency fluctuations

Nissan Evalia


With a slowdown in the Indian automotive industry due to rising input costs and currency fluctuation, Japanese car maker Nissan has announced a price hike effective January 1, 2013. A price hike of up to three per cent across the company’s product portfolio is expected.

Nissan currently sells the Micra, Sunny and Evalia, and aims to add a re-badged Duster and the low cost Datsun range to its line-up by mid-2013.

 

Also Read: Nissan to launch Sunny Automatic by February 2013

 

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