Nov 04, 2016 : The Japanese auto giant, Nissan, already has an all-electric car on sale in several markets around the globe. Called the Leaf, it was first launched by Nissan in 2010 and since then it has sold over 2,50 ,000 units globally. Now, the second largest Japanese automotive company has introduced a new electric-motor drivetrain, which has been christened as e-Power. Unlike the drivetrain powering the Leaf, e-Power sports a small gasoline engine to charge the high-output battery when necessary, which, in turn, eliminates the need for an external charger, while offering the same power Read More Read Less
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Nissan's foray into India may not have been a fairytale experience with the Teana and the X-Trail, but ever since the Micra they've been going hammer and tongs to make an impression in India. Could the Sunny be the car that changes it all for this Japanese manufacturer?
Nissan's first small car for India, namely the Micra is all set to compete in the already overloaded small car market. We take a look to see if this little hatch packs enough punch.
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