Nissan, Datsun Announce Price Hike Effective From April 1

Officials say the rise in prices are a result of rising input and manufacturing costs

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Nissan and sister company Datsun have announced a price hike of up to two per cent across their respective model range effective from April 1, 2018. The rise in prices, officials say, are a result of increased input and manufacturing costs. Datsun and Nissan cars such as the redi-GO hatchback and the Terrano SUV will be affected by the rise in prices.

Currently, Datsun’s range of cars are priced from Rs 2.49 lakh for the base D variant of the redi-GO and go all the way up to Rs 5.12 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi) for the T(O) variant of the GO+ MPV. The latest move will make these cars dearer by Rs 4,980 to Rs 10,240.

Nissan’s range of cars start with the XL variant of the Micra Active priced at Rs 4.64 lakh and ends with the XV AMT variant of the Terrano, which is priced at Rs 14.45 lakh. The price premium for Nissan vehicles will range from Rs 9,280 to Rs 19,998.

So, if you’ve been planning on buying a Nissan or a Datsun, do so before the end of the month. Additionally, Nissan is even offering benefits of up to Rs 72,000 across its portfolio this month.


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