Nissan to hike car prices in January

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  • December 14, 2012
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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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